none of the above wrote:taru wrote:Exercise makes a human body perfect and in shape too.
So does cider...
none of the above wrote:This coming from the chap that only this morning posted a long tale of how handkerchiefs were made of willow leaves which is why the trees are "weeping" and then proceeded to try and convince another member that oranges are in fact the only fruit followed by a poll about "How many slices of cheese were in my sandwiches?"... when in fact the answer turned out to be corned beef & lettuce... well I never.
none of the above wrote:Now then, I've just seen this posted on the G+ and I feel another trip to London and amusing photo opportunity coming on.
The next person I e-mail better get themselves a return ticket to St Pancras and an unfashionable hat. Ahh, it's idle adventure time again.
none of the above wrote:Blimey, there was paint, there was cement... there was much swearing at fence posts and not a little grumpiness (maybe too much sun). There was sending people out for pizza and there were terse looks at the spangle next door (even though told not to he insisted on "helping" by digging F****** overly massive fencepost holes which muggins here had to then allocate more than the calculated amount of cement mix to fill ).
I have approx two tons of crap in a skip lurking on my driveway and my hair has a strange tint of mahogany decking stain. A week they said I can have the skip... bollox to that it's full to the brim if not more already, the chances though of a prompt removal are probably slim knowing how slack skip emptying is at work.
As for the decking stuff, I perused the instructions this morning over breakfast (like you do) and amongst the gems of wisdom for this outdoor paint is the statement "use in a well ventilated area".
Well F*** me sideways... the outdoors seemed ventilated enough to me, I was at a loss on how to improve the situation.
Ahh well, fencing half done... only minor chaos remains to be tidied up. It's looking a lot better already though.
none of the above wrote:I have lowered the tone of the neighbourhood by parking my car on the road and not my driveway... oh the shame.
Oh what a load of bollox, this is after the new "boyfriend" of the woman down the road started spitting the dummy out. The people that were out & about and saw this muttered amongst themselves that after all it's a public road and the mad bloke has no right to a "space" outside his house (their driveway has two cars on already now) and the fact he had to park his other car mere feet away from where it normally is was not a cause for concern for normal people. They all seem shocked that this bloke has appeared from nowhere and is throwing his weight around.
Anyway, if the skip is still on my drive tomorrow despite their assurances that they're "right on it" for collection the choices are...
A- park my car near his house again (bit dodgy)
B- park my car further away (I don't like being parted from my transport)
C- park it across his drive in a provocative manner and get the boys round to duff him up if he gives any more aggro useless w***** that he is... sodding n00b needs to realise this isn't a city and he is just a bloke not the Godfather of a little road in Crapshire.
I shall go to sleep now... and I don't expect to find surreptitious fondling going on while I'm kipping.
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