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It turned up! I have to be honest, I didn't think it would.

We weren't confident until we got a text with a delivery slot. Joans was watching them drive around on a little map for ages. :D

Looks like half of the cost of the kitchen was fancy lighting. :D

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Looks like half of the cost of the kitchen was fancy lighting. :D


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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

We are. So far all checked off and on second coffee. :D Hoping to have the sink end of the kitchen built this afternoon. :)

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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

We are. So far all checked off and on second coffee. :D Hoping to have the sink end of the kitchen built this afternoon. :)


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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

We are. So far all checked off and on second coffee. :D Hoping to have the sink end of the kitchen built this afternoon. :)

Fantastic. Can’t wait to see it all installed. Do take pictures along the way!

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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

We are. So far all checked off and on second coffee. :D Hoping to have the sink end of the kitchen built this afternoon. :)


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It's a big kitchen, but I reckon I could get round it in under 2 seconds.


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Mimi wrote:
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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

We are. So far all checked off and on second coffee. :D Hoping to have the sink end of the kitchen built this afternoon. :)


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It's a big kitchen, but I reckon I could get round it in under 2 seconds.

:D

Oven turned up today too! We've had to move the dishwasher into the hallway. :DD


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Very impressed.

Apparently it is good for YouTube videos. :)


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Just bought a fucking massive trampoline for the rugrats. Buggers keep growing and getting heavier.


Yup. They do

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Goddess Jasmine wrote:
Mimi wrote:
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A kitchen!

Are you putting it together yourself, Jazzy?

We are. So far all checked off and on second coffee. :D Hoping to have the sink end of the kitchen built this afternoon. :)


A stick it all together of this scale should have pride of place in the nerdling model making thread.


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Excellent. I love it.

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It is good.

I just make my own. Mix marmite and nut butter together.

Have you tried the chilli marmite yet.

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I just make my own. Mix marmite and nut butter together.

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I don't like marmite but I do like the marmite peanut butter.

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I just make my own. Mix marmite and nut butter together.

8)


Hahahaha brilliant

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I just make my own. Mix marmite and nut butter together.

8)


Hahahaha brilliant

I've never fancied what them Yankees call peanut butter and jelly (which is what they wrongly call jam, apparently), but it only seems as implausible as Marmite, so maybe I should try it.

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It is good.

I just make my own. Mix marmite and nut butter together.

Have you tried the chilli marmite yet.

Do you measure the amounts carefully, or just wing it every time?

Haven't tried the chilli yet.

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Jelly is made from fruit juice, while jam is made from pulp.

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Jelly is made from fruit juice, while jam is made from pulp.

You're just muddying the water. Is that U.S. Jelly you're referring to?

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Then we civilised people are talking about peanut butter and jam.

Kov, try it and let us know if it's a winner.

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It is good.

I just make my own. Mix marmite and nut butter together.

Have you tried the chilli marmite yet.

Do you measure the amounts carefully, or just wing it every time?

Haven't tried the chilli yet.


I just wing it.

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Just bought a fucking massive trampoline for the rugrats. Buggers keep growing and getting heavier.

Holy moly, it's a biggun


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That is huge!!!

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48 creme eggs.


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48 creme eggs.


How many could you eat at once?


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I would have said loads, maybe 30? That was before I just had one and that's enough for today.

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I would have said loads, maybe 30? That was before I just had one and that's enough for today.

My 11 year old self would be ashamed.


Indeed, they're so sweet they set my teeth on edge


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48 creme eggs.


How many could you eat at once?

Sod that, how many can he stuff up his bum? There's a record to be broken here.

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That's a lot of heads for a toothbrush.

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That's a lot of heads for a toothbrush.

I've actually been using my electric toothbrush with an old head that I keep separate. But I'm convinced that one day I will just forget to change it. :vomit:

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Should have got 48 creme eggs.


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Just bought a fucking massive trampoline for the rugrats. Buggers keep growing and getting heavier.

Holy moly, it's a biggun

I like how you've put it over the patio so it will hurt more if it fails.

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Just bought a fucking massive trampoline for the rugrats. Buggers keep growing and getting heavier.

Holy moly, it's a biggun

I like how you've put it over the patio so it will hurt more if it fails.


:DD This was my first thought but I felt too bad to say it, so I’m glad you did instead.

Zardoz, that looks FUN.

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Airbrush, Compressor, paints and bits. Went all round the houses and came back to MarkG’s suggestion. Very nearly went for a more industrial Hyundai compressor I could run air tools from but would have been overkill really.

Yeah, a full on compressor would indeed be a nice bit of kit to have for a workshop but for a bit of model painting those little ones are ideal and also quiet enough to use inside the house.


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The one I saw was a small workshop one that’s supposed to be quiet, but then I’d need regulator, hose(s) and an airbrush so would have been closer to £200.

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Today I bought some new wheels for my dishwasher. I wanted the spinning rims on 28s, but was forced to go with the stock for practicality.

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A hdd to allow my tv to record.

Means I can retire my old Bt TV box.


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That's a spacious TV recording budget


The 1 TB was only £10 less.

It did not seem to make sense to save the £10 for 1/2 the storage.

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Relatedly, we've bought a dishwasher!

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Exactly the same as the dishwasher it's replacing, ours started going wrong and we had an independent dishwasher guy in to repair it - he made some repairs but it made no difference and in fact made things worse, so he offered to refund us the repair fee and advised we buy another one.

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