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When a non WIS purchase makes you happy ....

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Right the moment you've all been waiting for, my OFAH Breakfast set has arrived!  :smiling-face-with-heart-eyes:

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The bowl has a picture of Rodders and the mug has Uncle Albert, nothing worth to see there. :laugh:  Obviously, the plate is my favourite!  I know you all will be jealous...:whistle::thumbsup:

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11 hours ago, Bonzodog said:

My car stays in the garage most of the time ,I take the bus.

Since I moved, my wife doesn't need a car, so I gave it to my niece, who uses it to go to college, and she has looked after it very well. The express bus is quicker anyway, and no parking fees either.

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10 hours ago, The Mystery Bidder said:

 

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  Obviously, the plate is my favourite!  I know you all will be jealous...:whistle::thumbsup:

I can't see you covering Del's face with bacon, eggs and beans when you have your modest breakfast every morning....:laughing2dw:

Breakfast.

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29 minutes ago, Roger the Dodger said:

I can't see you covering Del's face with bacon, eggs and beans when you have your modest breakfast every morning....:laughing2dw:

I don't normally lick the plate but in Del's case I could make an exception!  :yes:

 

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So, yesterday I was in my local Tesco and had a look at the Father's Day aisle and found some fantastic items.  :smiling-face-with-heart-eyes:  (As much as I love my Dad he isn't getting the glass!)  :thumbsup:

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On 09/12/2018 at 17:06, Caller. said:

Just treated myself to this, I guess I can justify it as it's Christmas. By the time it gets to me from St. Ives, the cost will have doubled, but it wasn't a huge cost in the first place. I quite like the (late) artists work and auctioned one of his pieces before I left the UK. I like to swim.

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Hi,

Looking at houses for sale in Falmouth, Cornwall (can't afford one) and thought "that picture looks familiar" and then remembered where I'd seen it....

https://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/property-62494314.html

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Cheers.

Gary

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47 minutes ago, GaryH said:

Hi,

Looking at houses for sale in Falmouth, Cornwall (can't afford one) and thought "that picture looks familiar" and then remembered where I'd seen it....

Cheers Gary, that was interesting, it was a limited print run of 100, so hard to find really. 

But what a fantastic house! I dream of being able to live somewhere like that. 

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Another item to add to my personal collection of the main man!:smiling-face-with-heart-eyes:

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A tray of snails once made me happy on a motorcycling trip. Well, all but one of them. Dodgy snail + motorcycling suit = panic! :wacko:

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What a lovely package to receive today, well any day is nice to receive Sir David !  :smiling-face-with-heart-eyes:

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One to make @Roger the Dodger jealous, eight discs of Sue Holderness!  :laugh:

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On 31/05/2019 at 08:04, Steve D UK said:

A tray of snails once made me happy on a motorcycling trip. Well, all but one of them. Dodgy snail + motorcycling suit = panic! :wacko:

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Thats alot of snails - not sure I'd fancy that many and they are in their original shells :(

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Halfway through, I looked around and others had them but they were being shared between four people. :oops:

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4 minutes ago, Steve D UK said:

Halfway through, I looked around and others had them but they were being shared between four people. :oops:

I immediately thought of this...:laugh:

 

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shoes have sometimes if they are hand made and English. 

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6 hours ago, wrenny1969 said:

Thats alot of snails - not sure I'd fancy that many and they are in their original shells :(

So you mean to say they take them out of their real shells and put them in another?

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2 hours ago, Nigelp said:

shoes have sometimes if they are hand made and English. 

Protectionist. :baby:

Ok, I agree, still partial to Australia 's finest though.

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6 hours ago, WRENCH said:

Protectionist. :baby:

Ok, I agree, still partial to Australia 's finest though.

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R M Williams ! 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Bonzodog said:

R M Williams ! 

 

 

Yes.

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29 minutes ago, WRENCH said:

Yes.

Them and Redback are my usual daily wear,just like slippers for the outdoors.

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8 hours ago, Roger the Dodger said:

So you mean to say they take them out of their real shells and put them in another?

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yes - the French often either remove & cook/ serve in a dish with multiple hollows to take the snail and garlic/ parsley and butter (or whatever) or remove the snails from the original shell and place in another clean or ceramic one along with same butter etc. Personally I'm not a fan of snails, instead I prefer shell fish :thumbsup: 

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I've had them both ways before but I didn’t know they were in artificial shells. That’s when they give you all the implements to hold them and dig 'em out. No, those ones were all in original shells and my mates looked on in disgust as were were in a back road dirty roadside café in France - but I survived to tell the tale! :laugh::laugh:

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10 hours ago, WRENCH said:

Protectionist. :baby:

Ok, I agree, still partial to Australia 's finest though.

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Im Barkers mainly

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16 minutes ago, Nigelp said:

Im Barkers mainly

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