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alsieboo
25-01-2005, 16:11:28
a bucket and sponge? I'm a bit stuck, and I don't want to use B&Q or Focus again, help!!

Debaser
25-01-2005, 16:13:27
Any big Asda type store will have stuff like that.

alsieboo
25-01-2005, 16:15:13
oooh, thankiez!

Venom
25-01-2005, 16:16:32
Most banal request ever!

:lol: I said banal.

alsieboo
25-01-2005, 16:18:08
:o asda don't sell buckets!

Lurker
25-01-2005, 16:18:22
Man, I don't think she gets out much.

Funkodrom
25-01-2005, 16:18:48
The one in Reading does.

King_Ghidra
25-01-2005, 16:20:52
Originally posted by Lurker
Man, I don't think she gets out much.

you can say that again

upcoming aliseboo threads:

do any tv channels show the news?!
does anyone know what colour the sky is?
i eat my chocolate and now there's none left!
help with kettle boiling please!

alsieboo
25-01-2005, 16:22:49
you're like so totally psychic!

King_Ghidra
25-01-2005, 16:25:31
:beer:

Venom
25-01-2005, 16:26:24
Can someone help me cook grilled cheese?

Venom
25-01-2005, 16:26:45
No. For real. I always burn it.

Funkodrom
25-01-2005, 16:32:52
Two options

Turn the heat down, or cook it for less time.

Lurker
25-01-2005, 16:34:54
Order out.

Resource Consumer
25-01-2005, 16:36:18
what's wrong with B&Q?

Venom
25-01-2005, 16:37:25
HA HA! Fool you. I got a sandwich maker for Christmas. Which is kind of a misnomer, since I still have to make the sandwich, so it's kind of just a sandwich heater. Now if only it was like a robot and could make sandwiches. That would be awesome. And am I spelling sandwich right?

Venom
25-01-2005, 16:39:03
It does, however, cut the bread in the process of sandwich "making". So I got that going for me, which is nice.

Funkodrom
25-01-2005, 16:40:37
Is it one of those annoying ones where you have to cut the crusts off the bread and therefore is more difficult than just grilling it yourself?

Lurker
25-01-2005, 16:43:18
Does it make triangle sandwiches?

Funkodrom
25-01-2005, 16:46:12
They taste nicer.

Venom
25-01-2005, 16:47:54
You're goddamn right they're triangles.

Drekkus
25-01-2005, 16:54:20
So how does that bite to crust ratio thing work then? You still have the same amount of crust to bite through, right?

Funkodrom
25-01-2005, 16:54:57
*sigh*

Tizzy
25-01-2005, 16:55:48
:bash: Drekkus

Drekkus
25-01-2005, 16:56:54
what?

Lurker
25-01-2005, 16:58:04
:lol:

Venom
25-01-2005, 18:15:14
Your reputation just went down 50 bajillion points, Drekkus.

Lurker
25-01-2005, 19:13:21
Great thread, in the end.

Venom
25-01-2005, 19:28:44
A little bit of sandwich talk and Drekkus stupidity go a long way.

Lurker
25-01-2005, 19:41:19
A few pics of breasts and this thread could have made the International Thread Hall of Fame.

jsorense
25-01-2005, 19:45:44
:confused: I tought that the official CG term was "norks".

Lurker
25-01-2005, 19:51:13
Once again, you are Drekkus misinformed.

Sir Penguin
25-01-2005, 19:58:01
Canadian Tire would have buckets. They have everything.

(except 1/4" 14-thou brass tubing)

SP

zmama
25-01-2005, 20:03:47
Do they have sandwich makers?

zmama
25-01-2005, 20:04:33
'cause I do have some Canadian tire dollars

Sir Penguin
25-01-2005, 20:06:13
I would be shocked if they didn't.

SP

simpleton
26-01-2005, 07:22:33
Originally posted by alsieboo
a bucket and sponge? I'm a bit stuck, and I don't want to use B&Q or Focus again, help!!

Tesco Didcot or Halfords next door to Tesco.

Koshko
26-01-2005, 07:42:27
The George Foreman grill owns all.

King_Ghidra
26-01-2005, 09:36:02
great for bacon, dubious for more meaty meats...

i had some difficult times with sausages

alsieboo
26-01-2005, 17:21:59
My aunt and uncle have a george forman, apparently they love it. Doesn't seem to have any effect on their waistline though.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
26-01-2005, 17:25:55
Originally posted by King_Ghidra

i had some difficult times with sausages

:brwncard:

Debaser
26-01-2005, 17:29:45
Originally posted by King_Ghidra
great for bacon, dubious for more meaty meats...

i had some difficult times with sausages

Ah, see you need to cut the sausages down the middle first, so they lie flat on the grill, then they come out rather well.

fp
26-01-2005, 17:39:05
Originally posted by simpleton
Tesco Didcot or Halfords next door to Tesco.

Or there's the Sainsbury's in Didcot too now. For some reason I really hate the Tesco there.

zmama
26-01-2005, 20:56:34
I've never had troubles with sausages...
easy to deal with :D

Japher
26-01-2005, 20:59:52
that was a double-entendre...

my word for the day!

zmama
26-01-2005, 21:06:35
Shoulda said
"my wurst for the day!"

Venom
26-01-2005, 21:14:40
Is a triple entendre possible?

zmama
26-01-2005, 21:17:57
Oh I hope so :D

alsieboo
26-01-2005, 23:15:55
Originally posted by fp
Or there's the Sainsbury's in Didcot too now. For some reason I really hate the Tesco there.

How local are you?! Sainsbury's suck, I'm a Tesco groupie.

I don't actually *need* it, it's for my IT project, we're doing spreadsheets and budgeting, it's on my list of props.

miester gandertak
26-01-2005, 23:20:41
A different breed of spam??

alsieboo
26-01-2005, 23:32:55
Spam advertise on tv now, like KY jelly

Funkodrom
27-01-2005, 09:40:41
fp's in Bristol now, but he used to be local.

alsieboo
27-01-2005, 14:32:09
ooh