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Maybe Rico misheard and they are going spooning on a camping weekend

He probably organized it.

 

On this subject just got a message from my boss saying he had a a quote for 600 quid for a fork lift and a driver for two days to shit a load of stuff we have backed up in the warehouse. Desks and office equip.

I did it yesterday

wif ma bare ands.

 

Grrrrr

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He probably organized it.

 

On this subject just got a message from my boss saying he had a a quote for 600 quid for a fork lift and a driver for two days to shit a load of stuff we have backed up in the warehouse. Desks and office equip.

I did it yesterday

wif ma bare ands.

 

Grrrrr

How much if the £600 will you see?

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Currently in the process of plastering a hole in the wall that the dog created. I am then fitting a new toilet seat, replacing a washer on a leaky tap and then going the tip.

Getting the dog to do plastering is false economy. As in the above example, they'll just fuck it up and you'll end up having to do it yourself anyway.

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Did some mountain biking around Mount Hood, Oregon with a buddy a couple weeks ago. Bombing downhill through the trees was exhilarating.

 

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Just stripped wallpaper off one wall painted the other 3. Gonna get someone else to paper the wall I've stripped, I mean it's patterned for fuck sake.

Think you've got the wrong thread mate.

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Hired a chain saw on Wednesday to trim a  tree. Chainsaw's are ace. 

 

Took me 2 and a 1/2 hours to trim it and then 6 hours to chop it up. Back and legs still killing me, but it was worth every minute.

 

 

If I can work out how to do photies, I'll post my efforts. The tree is around 100ft tall( I shit yee not).

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Hired a chain saw on Wednesday to trim a tree. Chainsaw's are ace.

 

Took me 2 and a 1/2 hours to trim it and then 6 hours to chop it up. Back and legs still killing me, but it was worth every minute.

 

 

If I can work out how to do photies, I'll post my efforts. The tree is around 100ft tall( I shit yee not).

One of the lads who goes up the allotment used a chainsaw to chop down a massive tree in his front garden.

 

Our kidder used to have a mate who was a landscaper and he used a chainsaw most days. Turns out he was a nonce. Paddy the nonce.

 

That Leatherface lad from Texas Chainsaw Massacre used a chainsaw but he also wore a dress and shagged his family members.

 

Spot the connection.

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I make my own all grain beer. Here’s one I done around Christmas, was 6% ABV.

 

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Close up of the label I made for it.

 

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Here’s the last one I done, a Citra IPA

 

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My mate used to home brew and some of his beers were superb.

 

If you ever want to sell a couple of bottles, let us know. I’d love to try it.

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I am the champion axe thrower, Viking style. Apparently this is now a thing in America and I am the best at it

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The flush is not working properly on the bog and I tried to fix it.

 

I made it worse and now have a plumber in the bog shaking his head at my work.

 

Failed as a man.

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The flush is not working properly on the bog and I tried to fix it.

 

I made it worse and now have a plumber in the bog shaking his head at my work.

 

Failed as a man.

 

Don't be so tough on yourself fella. The way I see it is, you've shown you authority and ordered a surf to repair things on your demand. You have won. 

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The flush is not working properly on the bog and I tried to fix it.

I made it worse and now have a plumber in the bog shaking his head at my work.

Failed as a man.

In fairness, he was probably shaking his head at the excreted remnants of your latest burnt breakfast armageddon.

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