WHAT ARE YOU GIVING UP FOR LENT?

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WHAT ARE YOU GIVING UP FOR LENT?

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Drinking alcohol mon thru to friday 1800 :D (some things are really tough to give up, and maybe unrealistic :D )

Chocolate (to help the wife)

Crisps (chips to you Americans) for me this will be really tough, so far managed the whole day)

another toughie......no new watches....this has to include second hand !
Remember...your left hand has the thumb on the right hand side
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Good luck Jimbo, especially with the last two. Since you're giving up 4 things, I think I'm covered without giving up anything this year.
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Erm, nothing.

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I am not planning on giving anything up (although watch forums would be right at the top of my possibles!) however I plan to do a lent bible reading plan -1 day done and 42 to go!
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Giving stuff up.
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No comments regarding religion and politics. My Father said never.... :silent:
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i gave up my 2012 LE ;)
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I gave up Lent years ago.
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Thought I'd give up the same as I did last year... nuffink!
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Like the one.....lent :clap: :lol:
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24 hours in now.......I opened the hiding place for the crisps.....and managed to turn and eat a Kiwi fruit....it's hard work and only some 936 hours or so to go
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