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Discussion in 'Watford' started by geitungur akureyrar, Feb 1, 2014.
OK you lovely people, I'm off to bed!
Good morning all from a cool and damp Weston-super-Mare!
Have a good day!
Morning, Dave; morning, all.
Still dark. Roll on June.
Well alright - if you insist. 'er indoors might object though...
I cant oblige... my back is too bad at the mo... sorry
Phew - we're safe according to the super computer.
Sit back and enjoy the rest of the season...
Morning all, pluies éparses mais 7°C après midi. Daughter phoned last night to say her water supply to the first floor had frozen up and it taken all day with some gentle heat to thaw it out. I think she needs to get some lagging before it gets really cold.
I hope they don't do an upgrade to the program.
I think my 9 year-old would think you must be referring to him.
They've assumed it was Chelsea top when it 'blue-screened'.
Not particularly eco-friendly, but a plumber gave us a short term fix. Put a 60w tungsten bulb in. Sounds a bit silly, but it worked.
Good morning all from a cool and dry Weston-super-Mare!
Have a good day!
Good morning from a cloudy and cold St. Helier. Looks like we had rain overnight.
Morning all, just got back from a trip out to buy some English plaster. The difference between that and the local type is that it takes a bit longer before it goes off, so you finish up with less waste. You can buy it at a place locally known as the Shed, which is a cross between a department store and a cash and carry. It is a large warehouse with a garish orange coloured cladding. At one end you can buy a bed or a settee, and as you move through you arrive at the English food store. Mint or Horseradish sauce, baked beans, Marmite etc. Going on a bit further you go through lighting, picture frames, children"s toys and puzzles and finally the building materials. It is a well run business that is well established, and people travel a long way to stock up on reasonably priced goods. So now back to the floor tiling.
Where is it Frenchie?
You can 'vote' for the Watford game to be broadcast live .. Just a bit of fun really
Bussière-Poitevine Yorkie. A nice little town straddling the main road from Poitiers to Limoges
American football fans - embarrassingly cringeworthy methinks. God forbid him from ever turning up at The Vic...