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Once I discovered 'the personals' . . .

Discussion in 'Personal' started by char2505, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. char2505

    char2505 New commenter

    I used to at least feel a bit worthy wasting my time on the 'primary' section of TES, but since I discovered 'personal' I don't even have that excuse. Damn you people and your interesting threads!
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  2. char2505

    char2505 New commenter

    I used to at least feel a bit worthy wasting my time on the 'primary' section of TES, but since I discovered 'personal' I don't even have that excuse. Damn you people and your interesting threads!
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  3. guinnesspuss

    guinnesspuss Star commenter

  4. Seadream

    Seadream New commenter

    I have to admit that I'm a primary teacher but I've never been on the primary section...
     
  5. ljr

    ljr New commenter

    It is only since I have been at home nursing an injury that I have really discovered the forums, I used to use the resources section a lot, but never had the time to wander over here - now I don't know how I am going to fit it all in when I return to work. I have to try the books recommended in book club, the recipes on the cookery forum, I have to check the health forum just to make sure I don't have anything else that could possibly prevent me going back to work, and the personal & opinion forums have kept me away from daytime TV. I did investigate the retirement forum, (thinking ahead of course) but I think they are all asleep.
     
  6. ljr

    ljr New commenter

    On second thoughts that last remark doesn't sound fair. I am sure that they are all out - busy doing interesting things & rediscovering the lives we all give up when we are teaching.
     
  7. Nah. The oldies are. Those who retired in their fifties are too busy having a life to want to join folk in the armchairs....I keep forgetting we have a retirement forum. Do they do cocoa over there too? [​IMG]
    I'll have to go and look now. Damn you ljr! [​IMG]
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