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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Abby2017: 4:52pm On Dec 30, 2017
Lol, are you planning to spank the kids till they have tatoo? cheesy

fatima04:

Is spanking without marks on the kids allowed?

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Nobody: 5:01pm On Dec 30, 2017
Abby2017:
Lol, are you planning to spank the kids till they have tatoo? cheesy


Just make sure the kids don't tell their classmates who will then tell their Teachers

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by imconfused(f): 8:57pm On Dec 30, 2017
fatima04:


Hmmmn. Think this will be part of my culture shock. How do one handle it really and raising the young ones in a westernised environment.

Is spanking without marks on the kids allowed?

I think adults and children should learn to respect people & be tolerant of others no matter what their se xual orientation is..
Coming from naija it may be hard but you will get to work with &mix with all sorts & will see that wonderful beautiful people come in all sorts of packages and have a right to love whomever they choose.
At first you will frown and hug your Bible but after a while you will learn that you can love people even if their lifestyle doesn't agree with you.I think it's important for kids to see that.

For spanking,my sister o you will have to learn to utilise your mouth and talk talk talk..you are permitted to smack as long as you leave no marks.. but in Scotland it's going to be a criminal offence soon.discipline at your own discretion.Some kids are remorseful if you shine your evil eye,others may need one moment of Jackie Chan.My babies are still toddlers so I'm doing trial and error.

I heard a story about someone who's daughter came back from school with homework ,she let her do it herself and didn't have energy to check it over.However the next morning something told her to look and check so she opened the book only for her to see that the homework was for her to make a sentence with the word 'slap'.
The child wrote my mum slaps my sister all the time or something along that line.
You can imagine what would have happened if she submitted it at school.Social services sharp sharp.
All in all one has to be careful as the teachers always pry and ask questions,some innocent some not so innocent.
Once you are on their radar,you are finished o.
So sofri sofri with naija method..its not like it's even effective all the time.

Cheers!

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 11:44am On Dec 31, 2017
Went for an owambe d naija style, I alost had to pinch myself if I was in obodo UK or obodo lagos. Nigerians love to party and turn up gan ni. Nice break and view though.
First African party there will be excess food and you can as eat as much as you want with coordination grin

Would have posted pictures but didn't want you pple to start missing all the mama oyos in your town. kiss

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 11:47am On Dec 31, 2017
Driving in this town is quite confusing oo. Even the road network sef, driving on the left side with right hand drive and using your left hand to change gear.

Oga oo. May God help we JJC..

About to start the research and processing for obtaining the provisional driving license, any tips??
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 11:50am On Dec 31, 2017
For newcomers like me, you can check the crime history or rate of a potential area from the below website

https://www.crime-statistics.co.uk/postcode

Also, check what the UK govt says about renting and things to know. It's a must read oo! Talk about government for the people

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/how-to-rent

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Aphrodite007(f): 10:58pm On Dec 31, 2017
fatima04:
Driving in this town is quite confusing oo. Even the road network sef, driving on the left side with right hand drive and using your left hand to change gear.

Oga oo. May God help we JJC..

About to start the research and processing for obtaining the provisional driving license, any tips??

lol, when I was in school, I couldn’t even cross the road or ride my bike without shouting apologies at people for riding on the wrong side or crossing without looking grin.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 11:20pm On Jan 01, 2018
fatima04:
Driving in this town is quite confusing oo. Even the road network sef, driving on the left side with right hand drive and using your left hand to change gear.

Oga oo. May God help we JJC..

About to start the research and processing for obtaining the provisional driving license, any tips??

The tip to always remind yourself is regardless of left or right drive.... the front passenger side is always by the curb (for quick escape grin)

So as u drive just remember the passenger is by the curb / kerb / sidewalk. The rest will come to you with practise and some driving lessons... also automatic all d way, who has power to change gear... that one na too much work cheesy. Although uk has more manual cars than auto and manual are slightly cheaper

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Aphrodite007(f): 2:44pm On Jan 02, 2018
LagosismyHome:


The tip to always remind yourself is regardless of left or right drive.... the front passenger side is always by the curb (for quick escape grin)

So as u drive just remember the passenger is by the curb / kerb / sidewalk. The rest will come to you with practise and some driving lessons... also automatic all d way, who has power to change gear... that one na too much work cheesy. Although uk has more manual cars than auto and manual are slightly cheaper

I think you made a mistake. UK driving sits the Driver by the curb, not the front passenger. It’s naija/US (normal) driving that sits the passenger by the curb.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 3:45pm On Jan 02, 2018
Happy new year guys!!! May this year and the ones to come be favourable to us all.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 4:30pm On Jan 02, 2018
Aphrodite007:


I think you made a mistake. UK driving sits the Driver by the curb, not the front passenger. It’s naija/US (normal) driving that sits the passenger by the curb.

How can ? This tips works for me when i switch from UK to Naija to USA. it universal . Driver offside , Passenger Nearside

in UK the front passenger is always the closest to the kerb ..... no go jam/ hit person ooo grin grin .

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Aphrodite007(f): 6:12pm On Jan 02, 2018
LagosismyHome:


How can ? This tips works for me when i switch from UK to Naija to USA. it universal . Driver offside , Passenger Nearside

in UK the front passenger is always the closest to the kerb ..... no go jam/ hit person ooo grin grin .


grin grin

Ok now I understand the logic. I forgot to switch the steering to the right when I put the passenger close to the curb in my head. It makes sense now.

Maybe I just won’t bother driving before I kee person! Abeg! grin

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Nobody: 11:43pm On Jan 02, 2018
fatima04:
Driving in this town is quite confusing oo. Even the road network sef, driving on the left side with right hand drive and using your left hand to change gear.

Oga oo. May God help we JJC..

About to start the research and processing for obtaining the provisional driving license, any tips??

You send in your BRP to the DVSA to get a provisional driver's license, cost is 36pounds. Then enrol for a theory test which is computer based and checks your highway code knowledge and hazard awareness. The latter involves a video clip with a first person driving view, where you click a mouse for every hazard you see during the entirety of a number of video clips. You can prepare for this by buying a highway code and traffic sign book as well as downloading a paid (optional) app, which you can practice the hazard awareness with.

After this, enrol in a good driving school and prepare to fail a couple of times, before you eventually pass...It's a normal something

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Inkredible(m): 9:02am On Jan 03, 2018
Geetrix:


You send in your BRP to the DVSA to get a provisional driver's license, cost is 36pounds. Then enrol for a theory test which is computer based and checks your highway code knowledge and hazard awareness. The latter involves a video clip with a first person driving view, where you click a mouse for every hazard you see during the entirety of a number of video clips. You can prepare for this by buying a highway code and traffic sign book as well as downloading a paid (optional) app, which you can practice the hazard awareness with.

After this, enrol in a good driving school and prepare to fail a couple of times, before you eventually pass...It's a normal something

It's not normal to fail. Why can't it be passed on the first trial?

I believe the absolutism of their ancestors still dwell in them (Brits).

I was reading online the other day about a professional exam that is taken there. No matter how well you prepare, you have just 49% of passing as a first timer and they can fail you for idiotic reasons or just for the fun of it.
Do you know the worst part? You can appeal the process but not the result.

And there is nothing the govt is doing about it.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 10:49am On Jan 03, 2018
Inkredible:


It's not normal to fail. Why can't it be passed on the first trial?

I believe the absolutism of their ancestors still dwell in them (Brits).

I was reading online the other day about a professional exam that is taken there. No matter how well you prepare, you have just 49% of passing as a first timer and they can fail you for idiotic reasons or just for the fun of it.
Do you know the worst part? You can appeal the process but not the result.

And there is nothing the govt is doing about it.

Nigerians can easily fail the driving test because the way they drive in Nigeria is different from UK .... here is more careful and you have to know the signs and ways

Also that one of failing people just for the fun of it.... that na story for tortoise. cheesy It doesn't happen . Nobody fails anyone here for the fun or it.

People fail in some cases because they are not delivering what the examiner is looking for . Once you fully understand what is expected then you can easily pass .

It like driving , if you drive with one hand like they do in nigeria , prepare from today till tomorrow that examiner will not pass you , not due to the fun of it but the examiner is expecting you drive with both hands on the wheel looking like 10am & 2pm clock grin . If you make turns without indicating expecting the driver behind to be a magician to know that you are turning left or right that na another fail

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Inkredible(m): 3:42pm On Jan 03, 2018
LagosismyHome:


Nigerians can easily fail the driving test because the way they drive in Nigeria is different from UK .... here is more careful and you have to know the signs and ways

Also that one of failing people just for the fun of it.... that na story for tortoise. cheesy It doesn't happen . Nobody fails anyone here for the fun or it.

People fail in some cases because they are not delivering what the examiner is looking for . Once you fully understand what is expected then you can easily pass .

It like driving , if you drive with one hand like they do in nigeria , prepare from today till tomorrow that examiner will not pass you , not due to the fun of it but the examiner is expecting you drive with both hands on the wheel looking like 10am & 2pm clock grin . If you make turns without indicating expecting the driver behind to be a magician to know that you are turning left or right that na another fail

Abi naa?

Just a quick one, what's the maximum or should I say required KG of bags someone coming to Uk suppose weigh? Like luggage and supplies.

Thank you
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 3:45pm On Jan 03, 2018
Inkredible:


Abi naa?

Just a quick one, what's the maximum or should I say required KG someone coming to Uk suppose weigh? Like luggage and supplies.

Thank you

you need to check with the airline.......... Most airlines are 23kg per bag and 2 pags per passenger . If you want to upgrade from 23kg to a max of 32 that possible , cost you some £££ but the option there . But you have to check with the airline , for example Medview baggage allowance is more at 27kg , but Medview na one chance ... Today they fly tomorrow they are sleeping . So unreliable undecided
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Inkredible(m): 3:58pm On Jan 03, 2018
LagosismyHome:


you need to check with the airline.......... Most airlines are 23kg per bag and 2 pags per passenger . If you want to upgrade from 23kg to a max of 32 that possible , cost you some £££ but the option there . But you have to check with the airline , for example Medview baggage allowance is more at 27kg , but Medview na one chance ... Today they fly tomorrow they are sleeping . So unreliable undecided

Thanks alot. My employer will be booking the flight so I guess I'll wait till then.

Abeg, any heads up on how to pack prudently to avoid any xtra charges will be appreciated. I have never flown international before. Just within the country, and no be say pesin dey carry much.

Can I carry cash or must it be in Bank draft?
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by wonlasewonimi: 4:56pm On Jan 03, 2018
LagosismyHome:


Nigerians can easily fail the driving test because the way they drive in Nigeria is different from UK .... here is more careful and you have to know the signs and ways

Also that one of failing people just for the fun of it.... that na story for tortoise. cheesy It doesn't happen . Nobody fails anyone here for the fun or it.

People fail in some cases because they are not delivering what the examiner is looking for . Once you fully understand what is expected then you can easily pass .

It like driving , if you drive with one hand like they do in nigeria , prepare from today till tomorrow that examiner will not pass you , not due to the fun of it but the examiner is expecting you drive with both hands on the wheel looking like 10am & 2pm clock grin . If you make turns without indicating expecting the driver behind to be a magician to know that you are turning left or right that na another fail

As a matter of fact, your instructor has a lot to do if you are already a driver in Nigeria. He would have to work with you to get rid of the bad habits before getting you prepared for the proper driving methods. Here, you and mirror will become paddy paddy before you can pass. And, during your test if the examiner should step on the brakes, just forget about passing.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Ralphlauren(m): 5:25pm On Jan 03, 2018
on this driving test issue. my Mrs passed first time. she had never driven in the UK before prior to the commencement of her driving test.

she basically took her time to study the whole routine and listened to her instructor. she took the test using a manual transmission car.

wonlasewonimi:


As a matter of fact, your instructor has a lot to do if you are already a driver in Nigeria. He would have to work with you to get rid of the bad habits before getting you prepared for the proper driving methods. Here, you and mirror will become paddy paddy before you can pass. And, during your test if the examiner should step on the brakes, just forget about passing.

so true. grin grin grin
this was why I failed the first time. I was doing 35mph on a 30mph road. meanwhile, I had just come off a 40mph road and I just assumed the 40mph speed limit applied. the examiner suddenly told me to slow down and he stepped on the breaks. to make matters worse, there was a speed camera on the road so he couldn't afford to take any chances by incurring a speed ticket. this was less than 10mins into the test and guess what, the test still continued for another 30mins even though the examiner knew quite well that i had failed

my second fail was because i hesitated for less than a minute at a set of traffic lights. it was also a junction and i was asked to turn left. so i wasnt sure if i had right of way as there were incoming cars turning left too. I wasn't also sure if the green light applied to cars turning left (basic highway code) grin. i spent less than a minute just to think and assess the situation and that was why i failed. the examiner said that i had caused 'distress' to the driver behind me as he looked at the mirror and he could see that the driver was unhappy that i remained put when the light had turned green when i should have driven off.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Nobody: 5:29pm On Jan 03, 2018
All these African barbers cutting hair as if they are performing operation. Going to barbing saloon and waiting hours for a haircut

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by wonlasewonimi: 5:51pm On Jan 03, 2018
Ralphlauren:
on this driving test issue. my Mrs passed first time. she had never driven in the UK before prior to the commencement of her driving test.

she basically took her time to study the whole routine and listened to her instructor. she took the test using a manual transmission car.



so true. grin grin grin
this was why I failed the first time. I was doing 35mph on a 30mph road. meanwhile, I had just come off a 40mph road and I just assumed the 40mph speed limit applied. the examiner suddenly told me to slow down and he stepped on the breaks. to make matters worse, there was a speed camera on the road so he couldn't afford to take any chances by incurring a speed ticket. this was less than 10mins into the test and guess what, the test still continued for another 30mins even though the examiner knew quite well that i had failed

my second fail was because i hesitated for less than a minute at a set of traffic lights. it was also a junction and i was asked to turn left. so i wasnt sure if i had right of way as there were incoming cars turning left too. I wasn't also sure if the green light applied to cars turning left (basic highway code) grin. i spent less than a minute just to think and assess the situation and that was why i failed. the examiner said that i had caused 'distress' to the driver behind me as he looked at the mirror and he could see that the driver was unhappy that i remained put when the light had turned green when i should have driven off.

Your misses should be amongst the few that passed first time then or not too bad a driver in naija.

My own bad habit was to drive with one hand on the steering and other on the gear denge posing, applying the clutch and accelerator together, not looking at the mirrors and so on.

the first test, I had not even driven for 5 minutes before the examiner matched the brake, he said i was going to hit the front car, about 2 minutes later, he matched it again saying I was going run the red lights. I almost gave him a backhand. In about 20 minutes later, he matched it again i wasnt even bothered, I was saying in my mind e be like say this guy get brake problem. At the end, he gave me a big fail.

Second test, I was prepared. I was in high spirit and really needed it badly cos I wasnt ready for stupiid lessons. Everything was going on fine for about 25 minutes until this morafucker took me to the most confusing set of traffic lights with double roundabouts and to turn right. You need to see the horns blasting from left and centre. I knew there and then that I gats to do this again.

the third time, it was a lady examiner, very nice. I was going at snail speed throughout at the end she just told me.... You cant be too slow cos its equally dangerous. She just gave me the pass. I almost jumped on her. It's a very stressful process I must confess.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Inkredible(m): 5:59pm On Jan 03, 2018
wonlasewonimi:


Your misses should be amongst the few that passed first time then or not too bad a driver in naija.

My own bad habit was to drive with one hand on the steering and other on the gear denge posing, applying the clutch and accelerator together, not looking at the mirrors and so on.

the first test, I had not even driven for 5 minutes before the examiner matched the brake, he said i was going to hit the front car, about 2 minutes later, he matched it again saying I was going run the red lights. I almost gave him a backhand. In about 20 minutes later, he matched it again i wasnt even bothered, I was saying in my mind e be like say this guy get brake problem. At the end, he gave me a big fail.

Second test, I was prepared. I was in high spirit and really needed it badly cos I wasnt ready for stupiid lessons. Everything was going on fine for about 25 minutes until this morafucker took me to the most confusing set of traffic lights with double roundabouts and to turn right. You need to see the horns blasting from left and centre. I knew there and then that I gats to do this again.

the third time, it was a lady examiner, very nice. I was going at snail speed throughout at the end she just told me.... You cant be too slow cos its equally dangerous. She just gave me the pass. I almost jumped on her. It's a very stressful process I must confess.




Hei!!!! Three times??

I'll just leave my drivers license here. I'll tell them I haven't seen a car before let alone riding one. They should start from scratch.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 7:33pm On Jan 03, 2018
Ralphlauren:
on this driving test issue. my Mrs passed first time. she had never driven in the UK before prior to the commencement of her driving test.

she basically took her time to study the whole routine and listened to her instructor. she took the test using a manual transmission car.



so true. grin grin grin
this was why I failed the first time. I was doing 35mph on a 30mph road. meanwhile, I had just come off a 40mph road and I just assumed the 40mph speed limit applied. the examiner suddenly told me to slow down and he stepped on the breaks. to make matters worse, there was a speed camera on the road so he couldn't afford to take any chances by incurring a speed ticket. this was less than 10mins into the test and guess what, the test still continued for another 30mins even though the examiner knew quite well that i had failed

my second fail was because i hesitated for less than a minute at a set of traffic lights. it was also a junction and i was asked to turn left. so i wasnt sure if i had right of way as there were incoming cars turning left too. I wasn't also sure if the green light applied to cars turning left (basic highway code) grin. i spent less than a minute just to think and assess the situation and that was why i failed. the examiner said that i had caused 'distress' to the driver behind me as he looked at the mirror and he could see that the driver was unhappy that i remained put when the light had turned green when i should have driven off.

Because Women are more patient and particular about rules which makes most of us betterms drivers grin. Don't worry I will also come back with my testimony soon enough tongue
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 7:40pm On Jan 03, 2018
@Inkredible it all depends on the airline you can read up the terms on ticket I bet.

You can weigh ur luggages at home with those bathroom scale before getting to the airport because those guys are just thieves and exploiting pple with ghana must go bags and cello tape buying and you will be angry if you exceed ur weight limit.

Don't pack much naija clothes as they maybe quite useless and you can pack some naija food to adjust for a while.

Follow the laid out plan by your sponsor for your trip and I bet you will be fine.

Also make sure you all your cream, soap, deodorant and all those things goes into the main luggage and not hand luggage cos it wil be thrown away.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by fatima04: 7:41pm On Jan 03, 2018
Also hope you have gotten ur winter jacket ready oo with headwarmer and scarves. You are going to need it.

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by LagosismyHome(f): 7:52pm On Jan 03, 2018
wonlasewonimi:


Your misses should be amongst the few that passed first time then or not too bad a driver in naija.

My own bad habit was to drive with one hand on the steering and other on the gear denge posing, applying the clutch and accelerator together, not looking at the mirrors and so on.

the first test, I had not even driven for 5 minutes before the examiner matched the brake, he said i was going to hit the front car, about 2 minutes later, he matched it again saying I was going run the red lights. I almost gave him a backhand. In about 20 minutes later, he matched it again i wasnt even bothered, I was saying in my mind e be like say this guy get brake problem. At the end, he gave me a big fail.

Second test, I was prepared. I was in high spirit and really needed it badly cos I wasnt ready for stupiid lessons. Everything was going on fine for about 25 minutes until this morafucker took me to the most confusing set of traffic lights with double roundabouts and to turn right. You need to see the horns blasting from left and centre. I knew there and then that I gats to do this again.

the third time, it was a lady examiner, very nice. I was going at snail speed throughout at the end she just told me.... You cant be too slow cos its equally dangerous. She just gave me the pass. I almost jumped on her. It's a very stressful process I must confess.




smiley cheesy grin grin

I just kept laughing as i read this.....

I passed second time. First time i was doing 30 on a 50mph road. Thinking best to drive slowly careful... BIG FAIL that dangerous driving and holding up traffic. Instructor failed me fast . Yours was a good one o

Second test : As i got there i saw two test examiner . The main one and a leaner examiner .. I was like how can I pass with two...impossible and had given.up .
As I drove... all i kept saying is let this end joor so i can collect my fail and come n be going . To my surprise shocked I passed and had no fault but having two instructors made me more tensed . Second time so was so stressful

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Inkredible(m): 8:11pm On Jan 03, 2018
fatima04:
Also hope you have gotten ur winter jacket ready oo with headwarmer and scarves. You are going to need it.

Will shop for that by the weekend. Thank you very much.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Nobody: 8:16pm On Jan 03, 2018
LagosismyHome:


smiley cheesy grin grin

I just kept laughing as i read this.....

I passed second time. First time i was doing 30 on a 50mph road. Thinking best to drive slowly careful... BIG FAIL that dangerous driving and holding up traffic. Instructor failed me fast . Yours was a good one o

Second test : As i got there i saw two instructors. The main one and a leaner instructor.. I was like how can I pass with two...impossible and had given.up .
As I drove... all i kept saying is let this end joor so i can collect my fail and come n be going . To my surprise shocked I passed and had no fault but having two instructors made me more tensed . Second time so was so stressful

My driving instructor was one pakistani guy. There was a few lessons i had and this guy had tooth ache and refused to take pain killers...He was so irritable. I knew he really didnt give a damn about me

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Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Moety: 8:17pm On Jan 03, 2018
fatima04:
Also hope you have gotten ur winter jacket ready oo with headwarmer and scarves. You are going to need it.
Its rather warm (ish) in London at the moment, innit.
Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by Inkredible(m): 8:41pm On Jan 03, 2018
Moety:

Its rather warm (ish) in London at the moment, innit.

Wouldn't matter sef... I know this.


If it's cold in London, then it's freezing where I am going to...

Let's just assume I'm going to join the Night Watch grin

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