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MonkeyLover

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    a bit of this and that

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  1. Yellow matter custard green snot pie dead dogs giblets green cats eyes mix em all together, nice and thick wash em all down with a cup of cold sick 😩🤢 ............ another rude one.... milk, milk, (pointing at the boobs) lemonade (pointing at urine outlet) round the corner, chocolates made (pointing at the bottom-hole) ........... Arsehole, 💩*pot, bloody bugger damn! Somebodys pinched our bloody babbies pram! If I find the bugger, they won't pinch another! Arsehole, 💩pot, bloody bugger damn! ..... eeeny, meeny miny mo, sit the baby on the Poe, when it's done, wipe its bum, with a piece of chewing gum!
  2. Thank you all. I've wrote to The retailer, got nowhere with them. Wrote to the manufacturer, still waiting to hear back. Im pretty sure it's got nothing to do with the temperature, as I don't think it's been cold enough. I tried it in the recent warm weather, and it still won't work. Ive no room in the house for it. Ill try the float switch, thank you. If that doesn't work, looks like I'll have to try and sell it. Might move it into living room for testing.
  3. Hello, I hope someone can help! I bought a tumble drier in October 2017, so it is only just over a year old, and out of guarantee. We placed it in the garage, which is unheated. The first winter it worked fine, but it went wrong just before Christmas and , it only works for about 5 minutes then cuts off. The indicator says that the water container is full (it isn't). I've also cleaned the condenser and the filters. When I looked through the instruction book a couple of months ago, it said that the drier shouldn't be placed in areas of extreme cold or heat, but of course I had already bought it then, and in fact used it for the whole of last winter. I havent got anywhere else to put it. I don't want to call anyone out and pay a call out charge if the same problem will occur, or if it can't be fixed. Its a Zanussi and cost me £299, so I feel a bit angry and cheated. Bear in mind it's a condenser type, not one with a pipe which goes out the window. Any experts on on here who can advise? I can't even sell it in its present state, as I'm not sure if it will work or not in normal temperatures. Thank you.
  4. Found this thread by accident, but I know that you can buy saffron in Tesco on the Wicker.
  5. MonkeyLover

    Food Game

    Tripe and onions......
  6. I saw this just after it had happened. I was a few cars behind it, and had to turn around. The fire brigade hadn't arrived by then.
  7. MonkeyLover

    Food Game

    Spaghetti............
  8. Some stuff to stop a rug sliding about on a hard floor.
  9. Thank you. After a really big effort trying to get someone to take me, hanging on phone for half hour to get appointment, hobbling to the car and squashing my legs in which don't bend, and then another half hour waiting to go in, I finally got to see the doc. She's given me some new tablets, so hopefully will get some sleep tonight!
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