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6 minutes ago, MJF9 said:

What happened next then OO? You can’t leave us hanging

..I didn't know where the stop tap was so i covered the tap in towels and by the time i found it, the neighbour had called the fire brigade who put the fire out and sent a bill to "the occupier" for £115, (i thought it was a free service) i moved out not long after.

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All’s well that ends well

“the occupier” doesn’t sound specific enough at all :ph34r:

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Neal’s shed or Neil’s head?

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I still struggle with lower case b's and d's but i can still make you a sweet-ass besk ;)

..oh and don't ask me directions cos i'm not great with left and right and if you give me directions i'll instantly forget what you've said :blush:

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Same here, when I ask my customer what side of their body they want the thing ,9 out of 10 times I set up my chair in the wrong position.

I guess that’s why we do manual labor 

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It’s amazing the destruction you can cause with everyday household ingredients. That stem looks the bollocks now

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ikr.. last week my mrs said that there was breaking news re- some kind of exposure to toxic chemicals in one of the flats at Park Hill, resulting in the flat owner being seriously injured and 4 police officers being hospitalised, once the actual facts were established (along with the nationality of the occupant :D ) it turned out to be some hipster who got a bit overenthusiastic with the cleaning products...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-58880991

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Fortunately that’s a man in his 30s - gets you away from suspicion since you are much older than that

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00’s more ‘ageing hipster’ than ‘hipster’.

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3 hours ago, Maynard Friedman said:

00’s more ‘ageing hipster’ than ‘hipster’.

Replacement hip-ster at his age …

Edited by Duke Mantee

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I bought this 96 Mitsubishi Pajero for $800 Australian dollars and I’m off camping.

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Great Michael!

Recently "somehow" I became the main cook at home. Although I never cooked too much. It's pumpkin season so why not make use of that?

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Adding onions and garlic

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Season it with oil, salt, pepper and "Real German Honey"

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Put on a griddle with baking paper

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Meanwhile you prepare Creme fraiche and feta

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Roast gently some ground beef

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The pumpkin mix comes in the oven for 25 minutes 

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Add the creme fraiche mix and the ground beef and bake another 5 minutes...

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Done!

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That’s a dish I’m not familiar with. Is it a b_F creation and how did it turn out?  Most important, did the baby smile at the aroma, if not the taste?  (too young, I’m guessing ;-)

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The Duches is making quilts - she made a couple for my old ma’ , you know the type - tiny triangles of old floral fabrics EB310BA9-26E1-451E-893B-7E6A750E7B4D.thumb.jpeg.d5366af6132c928d616c3dd4a612d1b6.jpeg

So anyway this led to conversation with my pal over in Kyoto and he asked if the Duchess could make something for him - not that old lady style, but something more American southwest. So I came up with this from an old rug

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Which is becoming this …

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Absolutely beautiful , a lot of work has gone into that quilt 

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41 minutes ago, Flash said:

Absolutely beautiful , a lot of work has gone into that quilt 

She’s a great wee worker - good at a lot of things

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On 10/28/2021 at 6:45 PM, JohnM said:

That’s a dish I’m not familiar with. Is it a b_F creation and how did it turn out?  Most important, did the baby smile at the aroma, if not the taste?  (too young, I’m guessing ;-)

A random internet find after buying pumpkin and thinking "what can I do with it"? :D 
The baby actually smiles a lot but only he knows why ;) 

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Once they'd served their purpose and scared the trick or' treaters.. i got an old curtain pole from the outside loo, hammered it into the garden and impaled our pumkins on the end, like a scene from the less popular vegan remake of Cannibal Holocaust, the boy and i took turns bashing them with the baseball bat :D

I tried to film it in slo-mo using the boy's phone but it was just too dark..

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Smashing Pumpkins fan are you?

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I wasn't adverse to Gish!

Tell you what.. a friend of mine flips a lot of vinyl and he was saying a few months ago that first editions of Siamese Dream were going for crazy money, he sold one for £400 when his was the only one for sale on ebay

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Quick update - the front is neatly complete, just some minor detailing. Back is about 80% and then the whole thing to sandwich the wadding and be quilted proper

 

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