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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Today at 14:31:58 »
These Panamanians play like ghetto footballers. I am no expert but why aren't they getting red cards for their antics.
Theve still got the Hump, they never did wana build that Canal so Our Ships could get through in the first place.  ::)

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Today at 14:23:47 »
zirk - go out and put your ten euros on Germany. Mine is on Ingerlund. ;D
;D ;D ;D :y

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Today at 14:09:22 »
England winning 5-0 at half time!! :o :o :o
Yea, what ever,      ....now, about this German Team  ;D ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Yesterday at 20:55:34 »
Ah, hold that thought, theve just scored a Goal.  ::) me and my big mouth.  ;D
But there down to 10 Men now.

"They think its all Over"

"And its not" Germany scored there second and recovery Match Goal in there last 30 Seconds of the Game.         

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Yesterday at 20:46:44 »
Ah, hold that thought, theve just scored a Goal.  ::) me and my big mouth.  ;D
But there down to 10 Men now.

"They think its all Over"

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Yesterday at 20:10:08 »
Ah, hold that thought, theve just scored a Goal.  ::) me and my big mouth.  ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: Yesterday at 20:07:32 »
looks like Germany are about to get knocked out tonight, Shame. ;D

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General Discussion Area / Re: One for the sparks:
« on: Yesterday at 19:27:21 »
Half the people here will still be on wylex re-wireable fuses and round pin plugs   :P

Still got them here, nothing wrong with that, does the job, trick is when they blow to then run additional three or four fuse wires together, twist them together, that way the current is shared among each one, so when one them does blow you've still the other three to take over without any interruption in supply. Although I must admit I not had any blow since then.  :D

Hope your not in your house ,WHEN it burns down  ::)
hope you at least use RCD protection ,live close to a fire station, have "house is burning down due to electrical fires" alarms fitted , and wear thick rubber gloves and wellies everywhere :y
No need for wellies dont have Damp anymore, in fact the since my mod we dont have any condensation on the Bathroom or Kitchen walls anymore either.

Phew its warm in here again , looks like I need to leave the windows open again tonight.

That would be the underfloor heating (and in wall heating ) due to cables glowing  ;D

guess your not at home much then , (at work all the time , to pay the electric bill)
or does it all run off an extension lead ,plugged into the lamp post ?
Ah, great minds think alike, but would never do anything like Dave, its illegal and sounds quiet dangerous to me.


        ........actually two Lamp posts, just the one wasn't enough, kept tripping .




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General Discussion Area / Re: One for the sparks:
« on: Yesterday at 19:21:51 »
Half the people here will still be on wylex re-wireable fuses and round pin plugs   :P

Still got them here, nothing wrong with that, does the job, trick is when they blow to then run additional three or four fuse wires together, twist them together, that way the current is shared among each one, so when one them does blow you've still the other three to take over without any interruption in supply. Although I must admit I not had any blow since then.  :D

Hope your not in your house ,WHEN it burns down  ::)
hope you at least use RCD protection ,live close to a fire station, have "house is burning down due to electrical fires" alarms fitted , and wear thick rubber gloves and wellies everywhere  :y

...........plus zirk, I have to ask, when was the last electrical testing done in your home? :o :o :o

Also, if you are being serious with your comments your insurance cover may well become null and void when you try to claim, and if anyone dies a manslaughter charge could be on offer!! :o :o ::)
Electrical Testing>, when did that come out then.

As for the Insurance, yea it is a risk leaving the windows open at night, but we do have a low crime rate around here. In fact used to be a problem leaving the windows open due to the Mosquitoes and the like but they dont seem to bother anymore, maybe something to do with loud buzzing hum coming from the Utility Cupboard.

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General Discussion Area / Re: One for the sparks:
« on: Yesterday at 19:12:00 »
Half the people here will still be on wylex re-wireable fuses and round pin plugs   :P

Still got them here, nothing wrong with that, does the job, trick is when they blow to then run additional three or four fuse wires together, twist them together, that way the current is shared among each one, so when one them does blow you've still the other three to take over without any interruption in supply. Although I must admit I not had any blow since then.  :D

Hope your not in your house ,WHEN it burns down  ::)
hope you at least use RCD protection ,live close to a fire station, have "house is burning down due to electrical fires" alarms fitted , and wear thick rubber gloves and wellies everywhere :y
No need for wellies dont have Damp anymore, in fact the since my mod we dont have any condensation on the Bathroom or Kitchen walls anymore either.

Phew its warm in here again , looks like I need to leave the windows open again tonight.

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General Discussion Area / Re: One for the sparks:
« on: Yesterday at 18:56:52 »
Half the people here will still be on wylex re-wireable fuses and round pin plugs   :P

Still got them here, nothing wrong with that, does the job, trick is when they blow to then run additional three or four fuse wires together, twist them together, that way the current is shared among each one, so when one them does blow you've still the other three to take over without any interruption in supply. Although I must admit I not had any blow since then.  :D

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General Car Chat / Re: OOOPS!!
« on: Yesterday at 11:57:52 »
you can set up a text reminder service free of charge for MOT  :y
Yep, Dot Gov already have your email address if you tax your Car online together with your Bank details, so would kinda make sense to give them your Mob Number as well.

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General Car Chat / Re: Eco bogoff
« on: 21 June 2018, 16:30:14 »
So its not really Bogof,       .......more like Buy One get Bogor All.

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General Discussion Area / Re: World Cup Thread
« on: 21 June 2018, 16:27:24 »
Reports are coming in that Poland fans have gone on the rampage!  :-\

Apparently so far 375 cars have had a full valet!  :)
Just hope they remember to close the Roof before it starts Raining again.

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55.9p in my Local Morri's, thats a massive 2p increase since February,   >:( ;D

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