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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 15 Feb 2020.

  1. Mottie

    Mottie

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    Just finishing off my skirtings and the bottom inch of the wall and received an email from Valspar, refund has just been processed and is on its way to me. Bloody good service. Anyone want to buy 4 litres of 'pond Leaves'? :LOL::LOL:
     
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  3. Mottie

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    A stair gate to stop grandson going walkies upstairs. Just in time to **** up my newly painted hall!
     
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    Just been up and done the weekly shop. One of the things on the list was 'plain flour'. Sainsbury’s had a special on. A 16Kg sack of plain flour for........one pound!!! Of course I snapped one up but, was Mrs Mottie happy? Was she ****! "Where am I going to put that, you fool" she said to me. Women, never happy are they? :rolleyes:

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    What on earth are you going to do with 16kg of flour?
     
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    Bake??????

    Andy
     
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    That's a lot of baking.
     
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    grow a large family of weevils.
     
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    Like my f-i-l buying morrisons pizzas for stupid deals ( I glazed over straight away, but it was something daft like buying a trolley full for 4p each).

    So he bought a trolley full.

    He and the m-i-l don't even like pizza.
     
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    WOT,NO BOG ROLL?
     
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    That’s EXACTLY what Mrs Mottie said! :LOL:
     
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    Last week I did a 'company' shop. End of company tax year spend - bog roll to see us well into the next lockdown! :sneaky:
     
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    You bag it up and sell it to anyone who wants it.
    50p a kilo will undercut the JS ppkg.

    Keep 2kg and sell the rest for £7.
     
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    Or donate it to a establishment making food for homeless etc.....
     
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    Who remembers Mr Pastry? I bet he would have it
     
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