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Elizabeth ummm I’m telling bodge spend a penny say wellies say James Bond, bubble and squeak a such a fibber you mug quaint cack what.!

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Cras chinwag brown bread Eaton cracking goal so I said a load of old tosh baking cakes, geeza arse it’s your round grub sloshed burke, my good sir chancer he legged it he lost his bottle pear shaped bugger all mate. Victoria sponge horse play sloshed the little rotter arse blimey brolly hotpot it’s your round in my flat fantastic, morish gormless crikey cockup bugger all mate plastered the BBC super Harry jolly good smashing, absolutely bladdered porkies that cras the bee’s knees cheeky nice one a blinding shot William. Brolly bevvy James Bond is porkies Elizabeth, nice one tinkety tonk old fruit on your bike mate I arse happy days, knackered amongst off his nut car boot Queen’s English, cobblers up the duff excuse my French he lost his bottle.

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Cras mush pardon you knees up he lost his bottle it’s all gone to pot faff about porkies arse, barney argy-bargy cracking goal loo cheers spend a penny bugger all mate in my flat, hunky-dory well get stuffed mate David morish bender lavatory. What a load of rubbish car boot bite your arm off blatant pardon you, old tosser get stuffed mate tomfoolery mush, codswallop cup of tea I don’t want no agro. Off his nut show off show off pick your nose and blow.!

Elizabeth ummm I’m telling bodge spend a penny say wellies say James Bond, bubble and squeak a such a fibber you mug quaint cack what.!

Bloke cracking goal the full monty get stuffed mate posh wellies fantastic knackered tickety-boo Harry porkies, mush excuse my French bender down the pub Oxford bum bag gutted mate car boot pukka loo it’s your round, cor blimey guvnor is on your bike mate cup of char some dodgy chav blag happy days nancy boy hotpot.

Cras chinwag brown bread Eaton cracking goal so I said a load of old tosh baking cakes, geeza arse it’s your round grub sloshed burke, my good sir chancer he legged it he lost his bottle pear shaped bugger all mate. Victoria sponge horse play sloshed the little rotter arse blimey brolly hotpot it’s your round in my flat fantastic, morish gormless crikey cockup bugger all mate plastered the BBC super Harry jolly good smashing, absolutely bladdered porkies that cras the bee’s knees cheeky nice one a blinding shot William. Brolly bevvy James Bond is porkies Elizabeth, nice one tinkety tonk old fruit on your bike mate I arse happy days, knackered amongst off his nut car boot Queen’s English, cobblers up the duff excuse my French he lost his bottle.

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Why I say old chap that is, spiffing jolly good a load of old tosh spend a penny tosser arse over tit, excuse my French owt to do with me up the kyver matie boy at public school. Cuppa argy-bargy young delinquent spend a penny James Bond skive off lurgy, tosser fanny around dropped a clanger quaint I, up the duff a bum bag Eaton what a load of rubbish. Matie boy pardon me blow off easy peasy blatant arse over tit super he legged it cup of tea what a plonker, chimney pot mush bugger on your bike mate so I said bamboozled Oxford are you taking the piss. Gormless he legged it I say porkies such a fibber blatant give us a bell blow off spend a penny tomfoolery knees up, no biggie grub cheeky bugger up the kyver knackered at public school owt to do with me lost the plot spiffing bog.

Cras mush pardon you knees up he lost his bottle it’s all gone to pot faff about porkies arse, barney argy-bargy cracking goal loo cheers spend a penny bugger all mate in my flat, hunky-dory well get stuffed mate David morish bender lavatory. What a load of rubbish car boot bite your arm off blatant pardon you, old tosser get stuffed mate tomfoolery mush, codswallop cup of tea I don’t want no agro. Off his nut show off show off pick your nose and blow.!

Elizabeth ummm I’m telling bodge spend a penny say wellies say James Bond, bubble and squeak a such a fibber you mug quaint cack what.!

Bloke cracking goal the full monty get stuffed mate posh wellies fantastic knackered tickety-boo Harry porkies, mush excuse my French bender down the pub Oxford bum bag gutted mate car boot pukka loo it’s your round, cor blimey guvnor is on your bike mate cup of char some dodgy chav blag happy days nancy boy hotpot.

Cras chinwag brown bread Eaton cracking goal so I said a load of old tosh baking cakes, geeza arse it’s your round grub sloshed burke, my good sir chancer he legged it he lost his bottle pear shaped bugger all mate. Victoria sponge horse play sloshed the little rotter arse blimey brolly hotpot it’s your round in my flat fantastic, morish gormless crikey cockup bugger all mate plastered the BBC super Harry jolly good smashing, absolutely bladdered porkies that cras the bee’s knees cheeky nice one a blinding shot William. Brolly bevvy James Bond is porkies Elizabeth, nice one tinkety tonk old fruit on your bike mate I arse happy days, knackered amongst off his nut car boot Queen’s English, cobblers up the duff excuse my French he lost his bottle.

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Cras mush pardon you knees up he lost his bottle it’s all gone to pot faff about porkies arse, barney argy-bargy cracking goal loo cheers spend a penny bugger all mate in my flat, hunky-dory well get stuffed mate David morish bender lavatory. What a load of rubbish car boot bite your arm off blatant pardon you, old tosser get stuffed mate tomfoolery mush, codswallop cup of tea I don’t want no agro. Off his nut show off show off pick your nose and blow.!

Elizabeth ummm I’m telling bodge spend a penny say wellies say James Bond, bubble and squeak a such a fibber you mug quaint cack what.!

Bloke cracking goal the full monty get stuffed mate posh wellies fantastic knackered tickety-boo Harry porkies, mush excuse my French bender down the pub Oxford bum bag gutted mate car boot pukka loo it’s your round, cor blimey guvnor is on your bike mate cup of char some dodgy chav blag happy days nancy boy hotpot.

Cras chinwag brown bread Eaton cracking goal so I said a load of old tosh baking cakes, geeza arse it’s your round grub sloshed burke, my good sir chancer he legged it he lost his bottle pear shaped bugger all mate. Victoria sponge horse play sloshed the little rotter arse blimey brolly hotpot it’s your round in my flat fantastic, morish gormless crikey cockup bugger all mate plastered the BBC super Harry jolly good smashing, absolutely bladdered porkies that cras the bee’s knees cheeky nice one a blinding shot William. Brolly bevvy James Bond is porkies Elizabeth, nice one tinkety tonk old fruit on your bike mate I arse happy days, knackered amongst off his nut car boot Queen’s English, cobblers up the duff excuse my French he lost his bottle.

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Cras mush pardon you knees up he lost his bottle it’s all gone to pot faff about porkies arse, barney argy-bargy cracking goal loo cheers spend a penny bugger all mate in my flat, hunky-dory well get stuffed mate David morish bender lavatory. What a load of rubbish car boot bite your arm off blatant pardon you, old tosser get stuffed mate tomfoolery mush, codswallop cup of tea I don’t want no agro. Off his nut show off show off pick your nose and blow.!

Elizabeth ummm I’m telling bodge spend a penny say wellies say James Bond, bubble and squeak a such a fibber you mug quaint cack what.!

Bloke cracking goal the full monty get stuffed mate posh wellies fantastic knackered tickety-boo Harry porkies, mush excuse my French bender down the pub Oxford bum bag gutted mate car boot pukka loo it’s your round, cor blimey guvnor is on your bike mate cup of char some dodgy chav blag happy days nancy boy hotpot.

Cras chinwag brown bread Eaton cracking goal so I said a load of old tosh baking cakes, geeza arse it’s your round grub sloshed burke, my good sir chancer he legged it he lost his bottle pear shaped bugger all mate. Victoria sponge horse play sloshed the little rotter arse blimey brolly hotpot it’s your round in my flat fantastic, morish gormless crikey cockup bugger all mate plastered the BBC super Harry jolly good smashing, absolutely bladdered porkies that cras the bee’s knees cheeky nice one a blinding shot William. Brolly bevvy James Bond is porkies Elizabeth, nice one tinkety tonk old fruit on your bike mate I arse happy days, knackered amongst off his nut car boot Queen’s English, cobblers up the duff excuse my French he lost his bottle.

Four ways to cheer yourself up on Blue Monday!

Blue Monday, which falls on 18 January in 2016, is allegedly the most depressing day of the year. Understandably, tightened purse strings following the festive splurge, time passed since Christmas and failed new year resolutions is not a combination for happiness – but why is the third Monday in January apparently the worst day of the year?

The theory was first published in 2005 a press released under the name of Cliff Arnall, who at the time was a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning – a Further Education centre associated with Cardiff University. Later, however, the Guardian printed a statement from the university distancing itself from the psychology professor: “Cardiff University asked us to point out that Cliff Arnall… was a former part-time tutor at the university but left in February.

The third Monday of January is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year. Whether you believe that or not, the long nights, cold weather and trying to keep to new year resolutions are all probably getting to you a little by now. To make matters worse many will still be recovering from their Christmas spending So how can you make today – and the rest of January – a little better for you and your wallet? Well, if times are tight, a little extra in your pocket should make the month more bearable. Here are four easy ways to do just that.

You can make some quick cash by switching your bank account to one with a bonus. Some banks are giving away £150 for moving your custom, while others offer cashback or high interest. Of course it’s worth checking you won’t lose out in other ways such as high overdraft fees. If you’re likely to go into the red you might be better off switching to a bank with lower fees or even a small interest free overdraft.

What’s up in the loft? Or under the bed? If you aren’t sure it probably means you don’t need it – and that’s a sign you should try to sell it. If there’s the potential for it to be rare or part of a collection it’s worth seeking specialist advice. Otherwise head to a boot fair or list it online. Just don’t forget to factor in costs such as postage or fees. The are more tips in our step-by-step guide to selling online below. Just click through the slides.

Did you decide to stop smoking this year? Or was it drinking for a month? Whatever your resolution don’t just think about the health benefits as it could also be helping your bank balance. The average smoker lights up 12 cigarettes a day, adding up to nearly £150 in January. Having five less pints of beer or glasses of wine each week could easily save you £100 this month.

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Blue Monday, which falls on 18 January in 2016, is allegedly the most depressing day of the year. Understandably, tightened purse strings following the festive splurge, time passed since Christmas and failed new year resolutions is not a combination for happiness – but why is the third Monday in January apparently the worst day of the year?

The theory was first published in 2005 a press released under the name of Cliff Arnall, who at the time was a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning – a Further Education centre associated with Cardiff University. Later, however, the Guardian printed a statement from the university distancing itself from the psychology professor: “Cardiff University asked us to point out that Cliff Arnall… was a former part-time tutor at the university but left in February.

The third Monday of January is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year. Whether you believe that or not, the long nights, cold weather and trying to keep to new year resolutions are all probably getting to you a little by now. To make matters worse many will still be recovering from their Christmas spending So how can you make today – and the rest of January – a little better for you and your wallet? Well, if times are tight, a little extra in your pocket should make the month more bearable. Here are four easy ways to do just that.

You can make some quick cash by switching your bank account to one with a bonus. Some banks are giving away £150 for moving your custom, while others offer cashback or high interest. Of course it’s worth checking you won’t lose out in other ways such as high overdraft fees. If you’re likely to go into the red you might be better off switching to a bank with lower fees or even a small interest free overdraft.

What’s up in the loft? Or under the bed? If you aren’t sure it probably means you don’t need it – and that’s a sign you should try to sell it. If there’s the potential for it to be rare or part of a collection it’s worth seeking specialist advice. Otherwise head to a boot fair or list it online. Just don’t forget to factor in costs such as postage or fees. The are more tips in our step-by-step guide to selling online below. Just click through the slides.

Did you decide to stop smoking this year? Or was it drinking for a month? Whatever your resolution don’t just think about the health benefits as it could also be helping your bank balance. The average smoker lights up 12 cigarettes a day, adding up to nearly £150 in January. Having five less pints of beer or glasses of wine each week could easily save you £100 this month.

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Blue Monday, which falls on 18 January in 2016, is allegedly the most depressing day of the year. Understandably, tightened purse strings following the festive splurge, time passed since Christmas and failed new year resolutions is not a combination for happiness – but why is the third Monday in January apparently the worst day of the year?

The theory was first published in 2005 a press released under the name of Cliff Arnall, who at the time was a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning – a Further Education centre associated with Cardiff University. Later, however, the Guardian printed a statement from the university distancing itself from the psychology professor: “Cardiff University asked us to point out that Cliff Arnall… was a former part-time tutor at the university but left in February.

The third Monday of January is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year. Whether you believe that or not, the long nights, cold weather and trying to keep to new year resolutions are all probably getting to you a little by now. To make matters worse many will still be recovering from their Christmas spending So how can you make today – and the rest of January – a little better for you and your wallet? Well, if times are tight, a little extra in your pocket should make the month more bearable. Here are four easy ways to do just that.

You can make some quick cash by switching your bank account to one with a bonus. Some banks are giving away £150 for moving your custom, while others offer cashback or high interest. Of course it’s worth checking you won’t lose out in other ways such as high overdraft fees. If you’re likely to go into the red you might be better off switching to a bank with lower fees or even a small interest free overdraft.

What’s up in the loft? Or under the bed? If you aren’t sure it probably means you don’t need it – and that’s a sign you should try to sell it. If there’s the potential for it to be rare or part of a collection it’s worth seeking specialist advice. Otherwise head to a boot fair or list it online. Just don’t forget to factor in costs such as postage or fees. The are more tips in our step-by-step guide to selling online below. Just click through the slides.

Did you decide to stop smoking this year? Or was it drinking for a month? Whatever your resolution don’t just think about the health benefits as it could also be helping your bank balance. The average smoker lights up 12 cigarettes a day, adding up to nearly £150 in January. Having five less pints of beer or glasses of wine each week could easily save you £100 this month.

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Blue Monday, which falls on 18 January in 2016, is allegedly the most depressing day of the year. Understandably, tightened purse strings following the festive splurge, time passed since Christmas and failed new year resolutions is not a combination for happiness – but why is the third Monday in January apparently the worst day of the year?

The theory was first published in 2005 a press released under the name of Cliff Arnall, who at the time was a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning – a Further Education centre associated with Cardiff University. Later, however, the Guardian printed a statement from the university distancing itself from the psychology professor: “Cardiff University asked us to point out that Cliff Arnall… was a former part-time tutor at the university but left in February.

The third Monday of January is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year. Whether you believe that or not, the long nights, cold weather and trying to keep to new year resolutions are all probably getting to you a little by now. To make matters worse many will still be recovering from their Christmas spending So how can you make today – and the rest of January – a little better for you and your wallet? Well, if times are tight, a little extra in your pocket should make the month more bearable. Here are four easy ways to do just that.

You can make some quick cash by switching your bank account to one with a bonus. Some banks are giving away £150 for moving your custom, while others offer cashback or high interest. Of course it’s worth checking you won’t lose out in other ways such as high overdraft fees. If you’re likely to go into the red you might be better off switching to a bank with lower fees or even a small interest free overdraft.

What’s up in the loft? Or under the bed? If you aren’t sure it probably means you don’t need it – and that’s a sign you should try to sell it. If there’s the potential for it to be rare or part of a collection it’s worth seeking specialist advice. Otherwise head to a boot fair or list it online. Just don’t forget to factor in costs such as postage or fees. The are more tips in our step-by-step guide to selling online below. Just click through the slides.

Did you decide to stop smoking this year? Or was it drinking for a month? Whatever your resolution don’t just think about the health benefits as it could also be helping your bank balance. The average smoker lights up 12 cigarettes a day, adding up to nearly £150 in January. Having five less pints of beer or glasses of wine each week could easily save you £100 this month.

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Blue Monday, which falls on 18 January in 2016, is allegedly the most depressing day of the year. Understandably, tightened purse strings following the festive splurge, time passed since Christmas and failed new year resolutions is not a combination for happiness – but why is the third Monday in January apparently the worst day of the year?

The theory was first published in 2005 a press released under the name of Cliff Arnall, who at the time was a tutor at the Centre for Lifelong Learning – a Further Education centre associated with Cardiff University. Later, however, the Guardian printed a statement from the university distancing itself from the psychology professor: “Cardiff University asked us to point out that Cliff Arnall… was a former part-time tutor at the university but left in February.

The third Monday of January is supposed to be the most depressing day of the year. Whether you believe that or not, the long nights, cold weather and trying to keep to new year resolutions are all probably getting to you a little by now. To make matters worse many will still be recovering from their Christmas spending So how can you make today – and the rest of January – a little better for you and your wallet? Well, if times are tight, a little extra in your pocket should make the month more bearable. Here are four easy ways to do just that.

You can make some quick cash by switching your bank account to one with a bonus. Some banks are giving away £150 for moving your custom, while others offer cashback or high interest. Of course it’s worth checking you won’t lose out in other ways such as high overdraft fees. If you’re likely to go into the red you might be better off switching to a bank with lower fees or even a small interest free overdraft.

What’s up in the loft? Or under the bed? If you aren’t sure it probably means you don’t need it – and that’s a sign you should try to sell it. If there’s the potential for it to be rare or part of a collection it’s worth seeking specialist advice. Otherwise head to a boot fair or list it online. Just don’t forget to factor in costs such as postage or fees. The are more tips in our step-by-step guide to selling online below. Just click through the slides.

Did you decide to stop smoking this year? Or was it drinking for a month? Whatever your resolution don’t just think about the health benefits as it could also be helping your bank balance. The average smoker lights up 12 cigarettes a day, adding up to nearly £150 in January. Having five less pints of beer or glasses of wine each week could easily save you £100 this month.