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Little tit bit of info for a shorting dryer. Check the back of it as wire in bras tend to come out and slip through the casing shorting the wires. 

Saved myself a small fortune fixing it myself.

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32 minutes ago, slimjim75 said:

Little tit bit of info for a shorting dryer. Check the back of it as wire in bras tend to come out and slip through the casing shorting the wires. 

Saved myself a small fortune fixing it myself.

 

Maybe you should stop wearing bras and go au naturel.

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1 hour ago, Paulie Dangerously said:

Was making bird boxes today in school. Doing the big holes in the front and hammering the felt on etc. Felt good 

Christ, you still go to school? We’re you held back?

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On 12/3/2018 at 9:38 PM, A Red said:

As shit a joke as this is, it disappoints me no-one thought it was funny. Cunts

Recognition rep

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10 hours ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

Christ, you still go to school? We’re you held back?

Keep up, NV

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5 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Got to be a bit disappointed with the spelling of were there. Finger slip?

No, autocorrect on the phone. Either that or I’m incredibly stupid and I don’t know the difference between were and we’re. 

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1 minute ago, Numero Veinticinco said:

No, autocorrect on the phone. Either that or I’m incredibly stupid and I don’t know the difference between were and we’re. 

Only smarties have the answer.

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Spent the morning hacking down some trees in my garden so they have a good start for Spring. Dug a hole in the garden yesterday too to check the drainage as we have a mega clay garden. Test drain seems to be going down quite nicely. Came in when it went dark and the misses spotted some damp on the wall so been working on that all evening. Seems to be a leaky stop tap and some old leak thats causing it. Easy fix really. 

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Prepping the bathroom for a new suite to find the previous job was tiling over wallpaper, then tiling over the tiles. Fucksake. 

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Place in hell for twats like that. I remember years ago in our first house we were putting laminate down in the living room, took up the old shag pile carpet which was glued to what I would describe as that thin carpet like you get in offices and schools which was glued to the floor.

 

What I thought would be a weekend job took about three days to get down to the bare floor.

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Spent yesterday building a vertical shoe rack from scratch out of bits of wood. 

 

If there's a better sign of being alive than inhaling sawdust I've yet to find it.

 

Added bonus was the joy of peeling wood glue off my fingers afterwards. Satisfying.

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Spent the weekend demolishing a kitchen, sorting some plumbing and electrics and then taking up a tiled floor, including the adhesive. I'll be asleep on the sofa before 6pm.

 

Grrr.

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2 hours ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

I just sawed a few branches, no blood. Wore gloves, twigged on. 

 

Wore gloves, broke the bath into three, ended up getting caught in the explosion when the hammer made the first crack... 

 

Carried on twating the rest of the bathroom in an Anny Road fashion. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Karl_b said:

Spent the weekend demolishing a kitchen, sorting some plumbing and electrics and then taking up a tiled floor, including the adhesive. I'll be asleep on the sofa before 6pm.

 

Grrr.

 

This twat of a bathroom had three layers of tiles and when I got to the corner half the floor is fucked with rotten wood. It's currently covered by a piece of ply with damp stains all around. Saving the surprise til tomorrow. 

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36 minutes ago, .̯. said:

 

Wore gloves, broke the bath into three, ended up getting caught in the explosion when the hammer made the first crack... 

 

Carried on twating the rest of the bathroom in an Anny Road fashion. 

 

 

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You want to bathe that.

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