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Cazz
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Post by Cazz on Fri 23 Dec 2011, 11:35 am

I'm pleased we've had to sent ID to the site, my legs are held in with tent ropes and the number plate is stuck on with gaffa tape. lol!
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Post by Phoenix on Fri 23 Dec 2011, 8:10 pm

cazz wrote:I'm pleased we've had to sent ID to the site, my legs are held in with tent ropes and the number plate is stuck on with gaffa tape. lol!

my legs are held in with tent ropes?????

Are you sure the site will let you on? affraid
Cazz
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Post by Cazz on Fri 23 Dec 2011, 9:19 pm

Phoenix wrote:
cazz wrote:I'm pleased we've had to sent ID to the site, my legs are held in with tent ropes and the number plate is stuck on with gaffa tape. lol!

my legs are held in with tent ropes?????

Are you sure the site will let you on? affraid

I couldn't think of the name, guy ropes, lol. I could have used boot laces. lol!
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Post by Tow Itch on Fri 23 Dec 2011, 10:37 pm

cazz wrote:I'm pleased we've had to sent ID to the site, my legs are held in with tent ropes and the number plate is stuck on with gaffa tape. lol!

My number plate was stuck on with Duck tape as that was how I got the Dandy home from Edinburgh.

It is no longer stuck on. So off to shop in Peterborough tomorrow in car with no rear number plate.
See if I can blag a plate or just get the stick on letters.
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Post by mike on Sat 24 Dec 2011, 5:59 am

Tow Itch wrote:
cazz wrote:I'm pleased we've had to sent ID to the site, my legs are held in with tent ropes and the number plate is stuck on with gaffa tape. lol!

My number plate was stuck on with Duck tape as that was how I got the Dandy home from Edinburgh.

It is no longer stuck on. So off to shop in Peterborough tomorrow in car with no rear number plate.
See if I can blag a plate or just get the stick on letters.
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He isn't joking,mind you most of the local drivers dont see other cars affraid so they shouldn't notice
Helen
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Post by Helen on Sat 24 Dec 2011, 5:19 pm

It's been a mad house today, both kids and grandaughter have been and my brother and brother in law, I even got a present off my brother and that's not normal. Laughing My nails have been beautified with sparkly varnish and we are going to order a take away then try a few of Kevins sister pimped snowballs whilst we watch cheesy Christmas films. santa
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Post by mike on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 6:50 am

Going to have to curb the drinking with yesterday i have had four pints this year The twitter thread - Page 3 2702329197 lol!
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Post by Helen on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 9:40 am

I'm shocked Mike affraid We must all be a bad influence on you Laughing
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Post by Esermalda on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 11:32 am

mike, my oh wants to know "4 pints of what?"
Cazz
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Post by Cazz on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 11:35 am

When camping with a microwave, don't forget the microwave proof bowls, the Dandy plastic bowls go some what bendy. Shocked
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Post by mike on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 11:40 am

Esermalda wrote:mike, my oh wants to know "4 pints of what?"

only Newcastle brown never touch the hard stuff
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Post by Helen on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 12:12 pm

cazz wrote:When camping with a microwave, don't forget the microwave proof bowls, the Dandy plastic bowls go some what bendy. Shocked
That's good to know Cazz, melamine seems to be okay in the microwave at home Smile
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Post by Tow Itch on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 12:23 pm

Sorting through the goodies, and not so bright stuff left in the Dandy.
I've got a plastic bowl with a tight fitting lid that also has sliders that lock it in place.
The inside of the bowl then has a steel inner bowl that is sealed in place.
Any idea what it is???
Or will I be looking for the Beterware catalogue on line to find what wonderment I now own.
Helen
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Post by Helen on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 12:29 pm

Wonder if it is a food flask Kevin, keeps things warm Question
Cazz
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Post by Cazz on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 1:05 pm

helen wrote:
cazz wrote:When camping with a microwave, don't forget the microwave proof bowls, the Dandy plastic bowls go some what bendy. Shocked
That's good to know Cazz, melamine seems to be okay in the microwave at home Smile

I'll try that, even though our instruction book says not to use melamine as it scorches. affraid

I won't try porridge on them though, my bendy bowl nearly folded up and deposited it contents in the heater, I think a plate definatly will. lol!

I could make flapjack on them. Cool
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Post by Cazz on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 1:09 pm

Tow Itch wrote: Sorting through the goodies, and not so bright stuff left in the Dandy.
I've got a plastic bowl with a tight fitting lid that also has sliders that lock it in place.
The inside of the bowl then has a steel inner bowl that is sealed in place.
Any idea what it is???
Or will I be looking for the Beterware catalogue on line to find what wonderment I now own.

Are you bringing it back with you? It sounds like a good talking point. Very Happy
Helen
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Post by Helen on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 1:19 pm

We do porridge in a small melamine bowl in the microwave Cazz and the only problem we have had is the milk frothing up over the edge and making a mess in the microwave. Laughing
Cazz
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Post by Cazz on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 5:14 pm

helen wrote:We do porridge in a small melamine bowl in the microwave Cazz and the only problem we have had is the milk frothing up over the edge and making a mess in the microwave. Laughing

Perhaps the instructions said, when on the grill setting. Would any one like plastic or melamine coated cheese on toast? lol!
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Post by Helen on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 5:57 pm

Sounds preferable to turkey curry at the moment. lol!
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Post by Cazz on Mon 26 Dec 2011, 5:59 pm

helen wrote:Sounds preferable to turkey curry at the moment. lol!

lol!
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Post by mike on Tue 27 Dec 2011, 6:21 am

Morning folks,can you believe this weather been walking round the site in my slippers for the last few days,its nearly over now though we go home Thursday morning :arghh:Got to go to tesco today Nancy bought a handbag we used the self service till and as we walked away the alarm gave one beep and a red light flashed,called the young gentleman (one way to describe him) over who was running the self service,he wasn't interested just said it will be all right its security's area not mine,got back to the site and its got a security tag inside it which needs removing.
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Post by Esermalda on Tue 27 Dec 2011, 9:41 am

I found this out when I bought a skirt through the self service at Tesco, decided I had better try it on, went to the toilet and you guessed it , the alarm went and two very nice security quys came. took seconds to remove at the checkout. Bl--dy embarrassing though.
Glad to hear you are having a good time.
How many have attended the meet?
Helen
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Post by Helen on Tue 27 Dec 2011, 9:45 am

Good Morning Mike, such a nuisance when you have to go back because of security tags, we once bought Laura a coat and it had more than one tag but the girl on the till only removed one but the other was difficult to find and when we went in a few shops it set alarms off, we didn't know it was there for ages and when we did find it had to go back anyway as the coat was faulty but the mystery was finally solved as to why we were setting alarms off everywhere we went lol!

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Post by Helen on Tue 27 Dec 2011, 9:51 am

Esermalda wrote:I found this out when I bought a skirt through the self service at Tesco, decided I had better try it on, went to the toilet and you guessed it , the alarm went and two very nice security quys came. took seconds to remove at the checkout. Bl--dy embarrassing though.
Glad to hear you are having a good time.
How many have attended the meet?


We didn't go as both of us have been in hospital, just bad timing for us. I have spent all Christmas in bed as I had 6 lumbar facet joint injections on the 23rd and have to stay rested for at least 48 hours to stop the steroids dispersing. I'm also a bit sore but moving around a bit now. We were gutted as we wanted to go to this one and the weather has been great. I haven't been able to wear my lovely Christmas dress so at least my new years resolution won't be to lose weight so I can wear it next Christmas. cheers
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Post by Helen on Tue 27 Dec 2011, 9:56 am

Christmas telly has been rubbish but last night watched Mrs Brown and it was hilarious Laughing

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