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The boiler didn't have a timer so I used to set my alarm for 5:30 to turn the heating on so my wife could get ready for work in relative warmth.

Most mornings before climbing back into bed I had to do a quick sweep for any slugs, and wipe any trails from the sofa.

The temperature in the kitchen hit the point where the cooking oil went cloudy and started to solidify.

The landlord would come over once a month "to see what he could do" and faff about with some DIY that "might help".

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I joke, things have changed.

This flat was a tomb of mould.

It was somehow both full of draughts and stale.

I had to scrub the walls with mildew cleaner once a fortnight and towel down the external walls every other morning.

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Me, working on my laptop, in 2015. Things haven't changed all that much.

American Murder: The Family Nextdoor.

They clearly have a bit of their brain missing. A story of bottomless sadness.

The case of the missing test & trace data being due to hitting the excel file size limit is just too delicious and perfect to be true.

Back in the time of office working and commuting. Literally every day this would happen. Every. Day.

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After 5 years I'm still unable to figure out what is preferred by the majority.

"It’s been a very interesting journey - I learned a lot about Covid-19. I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school.

This isn’t the ‘let’s read the book’ school. And I get it. And I understand it. And it’s a very interesting thing, and I’m going to be letting you know about it."

Cunt has never read a book in his life.

Every time Robin Koch successfully blocked a shot.

_don't say it_

Would have snapped your hand off for 1-1 after 20 minutes.

Feel like Leeds are going to get pummeled today.

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