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joeyboygolf
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joeyboygolf posted on Sun, Feb 12 2012 7:11 PM

Working on this yesterday.


Regards Graham

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Stonk replied on Sun, Feb 12 2012 10:11 PM

joeyboygolf:

Nick:

I thought you meant you were sorting your shelves!!

 

I'll have you know that I know where everything is!

er..........where did I put my camera case???

I'm intrigued. Is that HP sauce on the shelf useful for some sort of cleaning aid or whatever? Or just to add to your sarnies?

If you think nobody cares, try missing a couple of payments.

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Step1 replied on Sun, Feb 12 2012 10:15 PM

Nick:

I feel your pain!!

 

I have been making this habitable

 

Bloomin eck yes you have got some way to go! at least once you have tipped it the right way you'll have more floor space :-P

Olly

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Step1 replied on Sun, Feb 12 2012 10:18 PM

joeyboygolf:

I see that Olly is online.

Now he's changed his name I suppose we have to call him Mr. King!!!

That was a complete *** up on my part and excluded me from posting here most of tonight lol! Back to normal now! Got to say your workshop is tidier than mine Big Smile

Olly

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Stonk:

joeyboygolf:

Nick:

I thought you meant you were sorting your shelves!!

 

I'll have you know that I know where everything is!

er..........where did I put my camera case???

I'm intrigued. Is that HP sauce on the shelf useful for some sort of cleaning aid or whatever? Or just to add to your sarnies?

I use HP Sauce as lubricant on the screw drive to the carriage on Beogram 4000. I find it much better.

It used to be even better before they moved manufacturing to Holland and reduced the salt level at the same time!!!

Bloody EU again, why can't they just leave us alone or........is this another example of reduced quality due to OUTSAUCING!!!!!

Regards Graham

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joeyboygolf:
is this another example of reduced quality due to OUTSAUCING!!!!!

Big SmileBig SmileBig Smile

But where does the Heinz go then?

--mika

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joeyboygolf:

Stonk:

joeyboygolf:

Nick:

I thought you meant you were sorting your shelves!!

 

I'll have you know that I know where everything is!

er..........where did I put my camera case???

I'm intrigued. Is that HP sauce on the shelf useful for some sort of cleaning aid or whatever? Or just to add to your sarnies?

 

I use HP Sauce as lubricant on the screw drive to the carriage on Beogram 4000. I find it much better.

It used to be even better before they moved manufacturing to Holland and reduced the salt level at the same time!!!

Bloody EU again, why can't they just leave us alone or........is this another example of reduced quality due to OUTSAUCING!!!!!

LOL

  • One B&o bottle opener
  • One fancy gun
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Stonk replied on Sun, Feb 12 2012 10:56 PM

joeyboygolf:

 OUTSAUCING!!!!!

Haha

If you think nobody cares, try missing a couple of payments.

joeyboygolf
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On chips, of course. There are chips in most of this B&O stuff, I'm surprised that you didn't know that!!!

and the magic ingredient.............chip shop vinegar..........works wonders!!

Regards Graham

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