Blondie

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  1. I knew an inconsiderate motorist once.......he refused to let me have his car.......Was an MGBGT....
  2. Me too Clifton.........feeling well makes me happy.....
  3. Someone (a foreign sounding guy) wanted 20 minutes of my time to ask questions about my domestic appliances........I just told them I couldn't talk to them as I was in the middle of shagging the window cleaner, very naughty thing to say, I know, but it worked, he rang off and has never phoned since............
  4. And sunset.......welcome, look forward to hearing your posts...................
  5. Caught many a bus there when I attended school in nottingham in the 50's..............Was the Trent bus number 84....
  6. I have not seen them for years, there was Eno's as well and Setlitz Powders.........
  7. I get mine from Morrisons and I nearly always win something.......need to change your shop.....
  8. # 10 Mick to me.........I can remember those days, the Markets everywhere had dozens of stalls, just look around you now, there are hardly any........Blame the Internet and the TV for telling folk that meat is bad for you, rubbish, if people had been around in the war years, they would have been glad to get a bit of scrag end, meat was a luxury, protein is what we all need.............My hubby and his dad ran a Butcher's shop for years in Cinderhill, the people used to queue down the road waiting to be served and they had a large delivery round as well back in the 40's -80's............We stil
  9. My uncle Geoffrey Beaven worked at the Jesse Robinson's fish market back in the 50/60/s with his dad and 2 brothers, Walter and Dennis.........
  10. Never heard of him, cos I'm not a Bulwell lss, came from Hucknall, bot congrtulations anyway, my good man, well done....... :congrats:xxx
  11. Miss Baker took care of me in 1977/78 during my pregnancy with my daughter born Jauary 1978...........A very nice lady.......
  12. I had two schoolfriends from Gotham back in the late 50's early 60's.........Carole Taylor born Christmas day 1945 and Pamela Coppin born November 1945, I wonder where they are now ?...........
  13. I can remember all these four good shops in Hucknall back in the 50's...........My mum always shopped at the Co-op because of the divvy.........her order number was 4425........
  14. Had some great stuff off the Central Market back then..........It's an Old Peoples Complex now, I do believe.......
  15. Post #1 What !!! - The postman would be demanding obscene amounts of money for doing that much work today......
  16. We were on holiday in Cornwall and it was my hubby's birthday whilst we were there.......He received a card with a 2nd class stamp from Nottingham that was posted the day before, 2 first class stamps took 3 days...........what a joke
  17. Me too, nobody can ever replsce the 60'd era, just fun, fun, fun for me..........I may have known you as I was everywhere and new everybody.......
  18. My late friend Jane worked in Chelsea girl when if it first opened in 1969..........I shopped all over the place and bought the latest fashions, I have always loved dressing up in the latest gear....at 70 years old now, I still dress up......
  19. I knew Paul Smith too......he was a regukar gent back then, is he still around ?......
  20. #71 - Angie - I can remember shopping at those shops too, they had some class gear back then......
  21. I shopped there in the late 1960/70's when I was flush........Once went out with a guy called Aden, he took me to a dinner dance at Tollerton Aerodrome and bought me a posh, slinky black frock from the birdcage........ He lived in a mock tudor house out there...........Wonder what happened to him ?......
  22. My mother in law was posh and she stored her mink coat there in the summer back then............I could only ever afford coney....
  23. It was a fur shop, as I said I bought a lovelly coney coat from there, they were all the vogue back then, if you owned one you were class..... There used to a butcher's shop called Vans too.....don't remember van shoes though......
  24. It was called Van Allen.........I had a lovelly Coney Coat from there in the early 70's - felt like a million dollars walking don the road in it..... I once worked at the bottom of Derby Road, over Clement's pianos.........a Solicitors called Healey and Smith........