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Hi guys,

 

Absolutely, totally drunk as a drunk thing.

I stay in Scotland and my dad stays in Hookwood, Horley in Surrey.

Stayed, is the proper word as he died at the weekend.

 

 

 

Wasn`t a surprise as he has been ill for sometime, but still a bummer.

 

Its only just after 10.30pm, but methinks I have a few more whiskies to sink.

 

No love lost between us, lot of water under the bridge etc, etc

 

Cant really explain why I am writing this just pissed I suppose.

 

:( alan....

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Really sorry to see your bad news Alan!

 

You have my deepest condolances.

 

I lost my dad 2 years ago, so if theres anything i can do, call anytime bud 07918127390!

 

Take care

 

Rich

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Hi guys,

 

Absolutely, totally drunk as a drunk thing.

I stay in Scotland and my dad stays in Hookwood, Horley in Surrey.

Stayed, is the proper word as he died at the weekend.

 

 

 

Wasn`t a surprise as he has been ill for sometime, but still a bummer.

 

Its only just after 10.30pm, but methinks I have a few more whiskies to sink.

 

No love lost between us, lot of water under the bridge etc, etc

 

Cant really explain why I am writing this just pissed I suppose.

 

:( alan....

 

Sorry to hear of the loss mate.

 

Sometimes it is good to say/write certain things. Internet is a good place to do it as its there for any one to listen.

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I know exactly what you mean Al'. I didnt know my "bio" dad was dead until well after he was in the ground. I never had anything to do with him for over 10 years before that but somewhere deep inside me I felt a loss? Funny thing you think you hate someone and then they die and it makes you think again. IMO.

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I can sympathise with this..

 

I recently found my dad..after 35 years!! he left when I was a baby. Turned out he lived in America..and to cut a long story short it was like a Cilla moment. Put an advert in a Scottish daily paper, got a call to say I have a brother, got my dad's email address etc...thinking all is going well for a couple of years he gets diagnosed with MND and late stages of Kidney cancer..I am preparing myself for the worst but can't help thinking how tough it is gonna be never mind for people that have lost their dad!!!

 

Life sucks.....IMO

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A few apoligies and thank you`s in order here methinks.

 

Sorry for posting while drunk !! :nelson:

 

Unless your Neil Morris, and can post amusing things, maybe better not ! ;)

 

Neil mate, keep on it, you are one of a kind !!

 

Many thanks to all who gave their kind thoughts.

When the day comes next Monday, I might need all the help I can get ! :cry:

 

Phil, Rich and Hugh.

Cheers for the contact numbers.

 

Had one hellava head this morning ! :hurl:

 

Self inflicted.

 

Showed my wife this thread and after she had read it all,

she asked how many of these guys had I actually met ?

 

When I said none of them, she was shocked ! :eek:

 

The genuine guys on this forum will know this when I say it.

 

THANKS.

 

For all the feedback on tech probs, queries, funnies etc

 

This has to be the dogs dangly bitz of all sites !! ;)

 

Not having a bevvy tonight as my liver is in re-hab !!

 

Cheers,

 

Alan..................

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Hi guys,

 

Absolutely, totally drunk as a drunk thing.

I stay in Scotland and my dad stays in Hookwood, Horley in Surrey.

Stayed, is the proper word as he died at the weekend.

 

 

 

Wasn`t a surprise as he has been ill for sometime, but still a bummer.

 

Its only just after 10.30pm, but methinks I have a few more whiskies to sink.

 

No love lost between us, lot of water under the bridge etc, etc

 

Cant really explain why I am writing this just pissed I suppose.

 

:( alan....

 

Alan, that's going to hurt no matter how you feel about him. My dad nearly died a few years back, and at the time we really didn't get on at all, but whilst he was in hospital I realised that if he did die I'd be devastated. Can understand how you feel. Thoughts are with you mate.

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