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PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 14:46 
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:excellent:

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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In other news, I've bough- look into my eyes


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 15:20 
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Don’t recognise you without a Breton :D

It’s great!

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 15:22 
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I’m sure I had a top almost identical to that when I was in 6th form/uni, just cut a bit differently.

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Are you wearing that as a bet? Or is it some sort of uniform?


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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DavPaz wrote:
Are you wearing that as a bet? Or is it some sort of uniform?


I intend to wear it on video calls with particularly egregious colleagues.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 15:55 
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Mimi wrote:
Don’t recognise you without a Breton :D

It’s great!


It was a Breton top, then I drank too much eau de vie.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2021 16:59 
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Nice dog, Grim... She'll be very tired with all the growing she has to do!

Mimi! I'm so happy for you and Russell, you must so looking forward to having your own outside space. Utility room is a bonus, are you looking forward to having a proper sized kitchen?

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I bought more if this stuff, because it was on early release and I can't resist. Started last night and I love it. Spending like it's going out of fashion this month but I have lots of VIP points now so I won't have to spend quite as much next time!


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Honestly, the kitchen is not really much bigger. It is a bit longer, which gives more counter space. I really hated the lack of counter space here, which was made worse by the fact that our oven has never worked so we have a table top mini oven, a halogen oven and an instant pot using all that counter room. Having an actual oven will mean they can go into cupboards. There’s also a proper tall larder, which I’m looking forwards to having.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Utility rooms are the best.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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That's... quite a neck.

(and Mimi, that garden looks absolutely amazing - hope everything goes well with the move!)

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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On its way. Zaavi have the retired Batcave set.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2021 2:46 
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New coat for walking the mean streets of the Shire and something to keep me busy in lockdown. Currently a happy consumerist Kern.


Where'd you get the Saturn V from Kern? I did one a couple of years back with my son and it was fab. I meant to get another one that I could keep stored and then gift to him as a surprise when he's older (or has a kid of his own, if he chooses to) but they never came back in stock, until now it seems.


Mimi - beautiful long garden - enjoy

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A surfboard!

The kids did some lessons and loved it, and it just so happened that a beginner friendly board was being sold for 70 bucks nearby!

Also, a Wii U with plenty of controllers and a bunch of games (Mario Kart 8, Rayman Legends, Nintendo Land and Wii Party, Splatoon) for $80. What a lovely little console this is.


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Furniture for the kitchen

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Bookcases! Also not shown - another tall but skinnier bookcase, plus 4 bedroom chest-o-drawers and a new bed (also with drawers underneath).

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I've spend a fair bit of time doing ikea flat pack assembly recently.


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Where'd you get the Saturn V from Kern?


Straight from the Lego store. It reappeared in December although I ordered mine as a post-Christmas treat to myself.


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That policeman has very pale features.


If you zoom in it looks like he's crying.

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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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Congratualtions Mimi and Russell! That garden looks fantastic! Having a utility room is brilliant, I don't think I could do without one now. Wishing you many happy years in your new home :luv:


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 Post subject: Re: What have you bought?
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I needed a new wash bag.

It is made out of recycled army tents, tyres and inner tubes.

I think it is cool.


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Where you going?

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I will have to do site visits with my new role. It is still cool :) Not MaliCool though :P

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No we have exceptions to travel. Which does not fill me full of joy.

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A surfboard!

The kids did some lessons and loved it, and it just so happened that a beginner friendly board was being sold for 70 bucks nearby!

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Superb! I gave all my surfing kit away.

I miss surfing, it is the best for mind and body.

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To power these. Revel M105

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What do the various black boxes do, JC?

It's a bit more obvious what I got today. it's absolutely massive. 13kgs! Bloody huge. I have mostly been reading instructions tonight because I am very scared about breaking it.


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OMG that machine is SWISH. Congratulations, you’re going to make some awesome things, I know. Look how long the arm is! You’ll be able to piece up more quilts now.

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OMG that machine is SWISH. Congratulations, you’re going to make some awesome things, I know. Look how long the arm is! You’ll be able to piece up more quilts now.

:this:
Can't wait to see your makes! :)

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It's a bit more obvious what I got today. it's absolutely massive. 13kgs! Bloody huge. I have mostly been reading instructions tonight because I am very scared about breaking it.


You say it's obvious, but until I'd scrolled to the photo, I'd just assumed you'd bought 13kgs of lego.

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You say it's obvious, but until I'd scrolled to the photo, I'd just assumed you'd bought 13kgs of lego.


I thought that was just me :-)


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You say it's obvious, but until I'd scrolled to the photo, I'd just assumed you'd bought 13kgs of lego.


I thought that was just me :-)


Maybe that's the next delivery!

I meant from the picture it's a bit more obvious - I couldn't tell what JCs stuff was, even from the pictures - you don't have to know about sewing machines to recognise one :D

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I am such a geek.

Got the two face Liberty coin prop.


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I made one of those when I was younger with two 2p coins, a knife and some blu tack.


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My grant money drone and Sea of Thieves top trumps.


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Exciting!

I have new slippers after Tuesdays incident.


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My grant money drone and Sea of Thieves top trumps.

A Mini 2, excellent choice!


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Exciting!

I have new slippers after Tuesdays incident.


It sounds and looks like you drove into an alpaca on Tuesday.


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My grant money drone and Sea of Thieves top trumps.

A Mini 2, excellent choice!


Thank you. Its great so far! Of course, the first thing I did with it was see how high it would go.

It's pretty scary when it's so far away from you but it should be great in a bigger space.


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How high can it go?

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