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Tiggy? TIGGY?? What about me makes you think that I am a 'Tiggy'?? :danger:
:lol:That's funny. But at least he didn't call you Miss Tiggy!:shock: Would Tigey have been better? He could've at least claimed a typo in that case.;)
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Miss Tiggy *snort* now you're just mean.
Oh, no. I would never actually say it! But then, I wouldn't have said "Tiggy" either. That was some guying sitting on... I mean sitting under a pot.
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:lol:That's funny. But at least he didn't call you Miss Tiggy!:shock: Would Tigey have been better? He could've at least claimed a typo in that case.;)

 

Miss Tiggy *snort* now you're just mean.

 

Take my advice: Run.

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At the moment it's 67 in Germany and after the general election this month they are talking about 70 :shock:. I don't think that I will ever reach retiring age if they keep moving the goalposts like this. Dave has the right idea, take early retirement :cry:.

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At the moment it's 67 in Germany and after the general election this month they are talking about 70 :shock:. I don't think that I will ever reach retiring age if they keep moving the goalposts like this. Dave has the right idea, take early retirement :cry:.
I think my official age is 67 but I have had a letter saying it is due to be revised but will never be above 68. That is the age that you get state pension. You can retire at any time you like if you have the financial wherewithall. With my body slowly shutting down at the moment I certainly don't want to wait another 9 years.
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I think my official age is 67 but I have had a letter saying it is due to be revised but will never be above 68. That is the age that you get state pension. You can retire at any time you like if you have the financial wherewithall. With my body slowly shutting down at the moment I certainly don't want to wait another 9 years.
I just try not to think about it. Works better for me that way.
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