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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2020 16:01 
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Yet another watch from the Fossil sale.


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Compost Bucket?

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Compost Bucket?

I thought "ice bucket" at first, but the walls don't seem thick enough to be insulate-y...


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Yeah, it's a compost caddy (food waste) thingy, to make it easier to get peelings and ends and all that shebang from my kitchen to my compost bin.

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Compost Bucket?

Don't talk to my wife like that!

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I did the voice, and you are absolutely correct

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The owner of my local off licence ordered some Brewdog Overworks beer in for me so yesterday I picked up lots and lots of lovey sours including my favourite, Panavision Pink. :metul:


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I can now fit the spare tyre in the boot.


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I bought a space saver from an Audi A3 as it was cheap and came with all the tools. the problme is the insert is too shallow and does not support the floor. Had one of these on watch on ebay, this became available.. i can now put my spare undter the floor.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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sdg wrote:
The owner of my local off licence ordered some Brewdog Overworks beer in for me so yesterday I picked up lots and lots of lovey sours including my favourite, Panavision Pink. :metul:


I did a Wild Beer order the other day including a mixed case of their sours. Most of them are pretty hardcore though for me (in terms of taste and ABV) so I'm only very slowly going through them. By contrast the load of Quench Quake that I ordered from Brew Dog got smashed pretty quickly because it's lovely and very easy to put down.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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This should help with video and voice chats.


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They're decent units, we have them in our huddle rooms in the office

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Dell PC is pretty good. Pulled the HDD, whapped in a spare SSD. Reinstalled windows 10 pro using the licence code on the case. Boom. £60. Sorted


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I can now fit the spare tyre in the boot.

That Sofa! Is Peter Stringfellow your interior design consultant?

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I can now fit the spare tyre in the boot.

That Sofa! Is Peter Stringfellow your interior design consultant?

Says the guy who was in Footballers Wives!

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KovacsC wrote:
I can now fit the spare tyre in the boot.

That Sofa! Is Peter Stringfellow your interior design consultant?



I love this sofa

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I can now fit the spare tyre in the boot.

That Sofa! Is Peter Stringfellow your interior design consultant?

Says the guy who was in Footballers Wives!

Don’t be jealous dude. It’s never a good look

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Is that from Oddballs? Only it looks quite like some of their pants.

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I can now fit the spare tyre in the boot.

That Sofa! Is Peter Stringfellow your interior design consultant?



I love this sofa

Remember to wipe up afterwards.

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Is that from Oddballs? Only it looks quite like some of their pants.

I was going to say it looks like the material from a pair of hippy knickers from 60s Carnaby St.

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Kovacs also doesn’t know where his ears are :kiss:

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yes They are oddball ones, just started doing them. I will put it on in the mirror next time :)

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Who cut your hair? It looks pretty good, so no way you did it :D


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Who cut your hair? It looks pretty good, so no way you did it :D



I will need to pay my hairdresser danger money to sort it.... :)

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yes They are oddball ones, just started doing them. I will put it on in the mirror next time :)

You need a mirror to find your ears?

Good luck out there, Kov.

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yes They are oddball ones, just started doing them. I will put it on in the mirror next time :)

You need a mirror to find your ears?

Good luck out there, Kov.


I am a :belm:

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Handy tip is to use sugar with swarfega if you're really shit up, not caster or icing, granulated.


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In a continuation of Findus' Feckless Playstation purchases, I've just discovered I bought an annual subscription to PS Now instead of PS+ on June 10.

I recall doing it when I was a bit squiffy, and was keen to take advantage of the reduced-price PS+.

Hnrgh. I have too many games to get through as it is!

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Handy tip is to use sugar with swarfega if you're really shit up, not caster or icing, granulated.

The orange stuff has gritty bits in and cleans much better than regular swarfega. Or is the sugar to boost some cleansing chemical reaction?

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My dad named his dwarf fighter Swarfega in our inaugral D&D game, I was super impressed with his creativity as an impressionable 10yr old.
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Your dad was 10 when you played D&D with him?

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markg wrote:
Handy tip is to use sugar with swarfega if you're really shit up, not caster or icing, granulated.

The orange stuff has gritty bits in and cleans much better than regular swarfega. Or is the sugar to boost some cleansing chemical reaction?

Nah, just more grittiness.


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New chair. Because apparently sitting in the old one for so long working revealed how amazingly shit it was.

Not such a fan of the car seat on wheels trend that appears to be going on, but this'll do, given I'm not stretching to £1200 odd.


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Football benches are car seats now too. It’s so weird.

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Car seats are usually pretty comfy for sitting in for ages.


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Handy tip is to use sugar with swarfega if you're really shit up, not caster or icing, granulated.

The orange stuff has gritty bits in and cleans much better than regular swarfega. Or is the sugar to boost some cleansing chemical reaction?

The gritty bits are corn husks.

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New chair. Because apparently sitting in the old one for so long working revealed how amazingly shit it was.

Not such a fan of the car seat on wheels trend that appears to be going on, but this'll do, given I'm not stretching to £1200 odd.


A mate of mine bought one of those and highly recommended it but despite all the positive reviews I just can't get past the design because it looks like such a fucking 'gaming chair'. I'm also now a bit worried about buying anything without being able to try it first after the last one I tried was so surprisingly awful. Having looked at them though my Facebook adverts are full of them of course so possibly they'll wear me down eventually.


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