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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 19 Feb 2020.

  1. Mottie

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    Actually, I remember her saying that right down to 10 or 20% functionality, it is reversible, for boozers anyway.
     
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  3. Brigadier

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    I thought you'd spent days laying a wooden floor through, @Mottie?
     
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    I shudder to think:eek:
     
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  5. Mottie

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    That was the hall, kitchen and diner. Of course, that showed up the lounge carpet which, now done, is showing up the walls.........I’m stuck in a vicious circle of diy! :unsure:
     
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    I wouldn’t dare at the minute :LOL::LOL:(y)

    Anyway, I’ve just had a ‘movement’ so I go home now and try not to dig any holes in the garden.
     
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    Just got back from walking my dog and she sniffed out a drugs stash behind the garages on my way to the field! Unfortunately no drugs but there were 6 lighters, three of those cannabis grinders, some tobacco, a packet of giant Rizla's and a couple of empty plastic bags that I presume the cannabis was in. I’m sure my dog knew what it was as she sniffs the air when my neighbour is having a puff with the windows open. Anyway, I placed the contents into a dog poo bag and popped it in the dog poo bin. That’ll teach them to find a better hiding place.:LOL:
     
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    Should have p1ssed on the items.
     
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    Your (Ihavenojob's) post reminds me of a stag do I went on, many years ago.
    One of the lads had rolled himself a joint for later.
    After staggering back to our hotel, he managed to drop it into the trough while he was emptying his bladder.
    Undeterred (desperate!), he fished the soggy spliff from its stinky fate, brought it back to the room, and put it on the radiator to dry it out:sick::ROFLMAO:
     
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    :D:D:D
     
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    Hate to think what happened to ones that stink like ****.
     
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    I've been beating my wife up.

    We went the gym tonight for another swimming session and met our daughter in there. As I kicked away from the end I buried my head in the water and brought my right arm over to do the crawl. Unfortunately as I kicked away my wife stopped to speak to our daughter and my right hand smacked into her right cheek bone/eye socket.

    Yes, she has a shiner. As I stood there apologising I could see it swelling and bruising in front of me. :(
    She will dine off this for weeks now. LOL
     
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    And then some lifeguard peeped their whistle , and told you to observe social distance? :ROFLMAO:
     
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    They don't have a lifeguard on duty per se as it is for swimmers only, (only a small pool 20 x 10 x 1.2), so it is monitored by cameras at the front desk. When we got close and I was looking at her eye someone was there in about 30 seconds.
     
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    Bored.
    Took our Evoque into work today and gave it a full service. The service light has been on for a few weeks. Taking the Golf in tomorrow - that service light has been pinging up since April. Monday, servicing the scooter. Maybe. Bored.
     
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    Carried out a wiring inspection on a rental, the tenant was home, sitting with curtains closed watching TV, smoking roll ups, testing kitchen, no cooker just a microwave
     
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