Author Topic: Tideswell - but not all's well  (Read 846 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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Tideswell - but not all's well
« on: 18:14:59, 01/03/20 »
Today's walk:


https://peakwalking.blogspot.com/2020/03/tideswell-bradwell-shatton-and-bamford.html


Snow, toilets, boarding the train twice on the same journey...and plenty of wind, but not in the toilet.
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pleb

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Re: Tideswell - but not all's well
« Reply #1 on: 11:21:21, 02/03/20 »
I've never been on a train that busy.
GET ORRRFFF MY LAAAND

lostme1

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Re: Tideswell - but not all's well
« Reply #2 on: 11:43:38, 02/03/20 »
Sounds like a game of train sardines for your return journey. Not nice.
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harland

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Re: Tideswell - but not all's well
« Reply #3 on: 13:02:54, 02/03/20 »
"The situation was so bad that a fat woman from Richmond with a trapped nerve in her leg had to use the toilet as a seat, and three other people joined her in the cubicle, standing up" - The three were obviously men! ;D

Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Tideswell - but not all's well
« Reply #4 on: 17:32:09, 02/03/20 »
"The situation was so bad that a fat woman from Richmond with a trapped nerve in her leg had to use the toilet as a seat, and three other people joined her in the cubicle, standing up" - The three were obviously men! ;D


Yes they were - how did you know?

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pauldawes

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Re: Tideswell - but not all's well
« Reply #5 on: 15:57:10, 03/03/20 »

Yes they were - how did you know?


Lol...


It was a joke (I assume) based on notion that women need to sit down to use toilet, men donít.