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  • WTFH
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    TFBSZ

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  • NickFitz
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    Tea has been scouse with a couple of thick ends of sesame bloomer. Very tasty and warming

    Also helps reduce the amount of stuff in the freezer

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  • NickFitz
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    Originally posted by xoggoth View Post
    Ya got yer Viz?
    Yes, I remembered to check for a new one when I went shopping the other week and it turned out to be the same day it came out

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  • xoggoth
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    Ya got yer Viz?

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  • NickFitz
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    Towel wash (deep colours) done and draped

    These will be transported over to the new place tomorrow. Which reminds me, I need to buy a shower curtain, as the seller took the existing one with her. Shame, it was quite a nice one

    I also keep forgetting to measure the windows in the living room, as she took the curtains from there too - also quite nice ones

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  • NickFitz
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    Originally posted by xoggoth View Post
    On my walky, may have found a loony lady 4. See if she replies to my email.
    It's an addiction!

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  • NickFitz
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post
    The DogTW has had the last scheduled project meeting with her, which lasted about an hour as usual. Tomorrow's walk does not need to be scheduled.

    It's 16:59 and the farewell email has been sent to the relevant people and Out Of Office is scheduled to turn on in 1 minute.

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  • WTFH
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    The DogTW has had the last scheduled project meeting with her, which lasted about an hour as usual. Tomorrow's walk does not need to be scheduled.

    It's 16:59 and the farewell email has been sent to the relevant people and Out Of Office is scheduled to turn on in 1 minute.

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  • xoggoth
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    On my walky, may have found a loony lady 4. See if she replies to my email.

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  • NickFitz
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    Originally posted by eek View Post

    Pay attention when paying one. A lot of kettles are now only 2200watts rather than 3000watts so take longer to heat things up.

    I ended up paying £40 for this one as it will boil just a single cup if that's all you want Russell Hobbs 21600-10 Illuminating Glass Kettle, Black, 1.7 Litre, 3000 Watt : Amazon.co.uk: Home & Kitchen
    Cheers - just checked the defunct one and it's 2550-3000W apparently. Not sure why it has a range like that as it doesn't have any fancy features allowing one to vary its power consumption

    Anyway, that looks like a decent one so I've just ordered it, arriving tomorrow

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  • NickFitz
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    Lunch has been bacon butties, as the bacon Needed to be Eaten™

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  • NickFitz
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    A load of clothes have been shifted over to the new place, where the fitted storage in the bedroom swallowed them up and still looked virtually empty

    I suspect I may not need the Ikea chest of drawers any more. I might repurpose it - I could fit a lot of junk in it

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  • eek
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    Originally posted by NickFitz View Post
    Morning denizens

    Another grey day out, currently 5°C and "foggy" (no actual fog) with a possible high of 7° later. The barometers have bounced back at 1017/1025mB

    Today I will be shifting a load of clothes over to the new place, as that will enable me to disassemble and move a large Ikea chest of drawers, and that in turn will give a pleasing sense of progress being made

    The kettle has stopped working!

    Its interior light still comes on so it has power, but no heating of water occurs. I had to boil the water for my morning coffee in a saucepan

    It wasn't an expensive kettle, and its lid has started sticking occasionally, but generally speaking it's served me well. Oh well, there's probably some old saying about "new flat, new kettle"
    Pay attention when paying one. A lot of kettles are now only 2200watts rather than 3000watts so take longer to heat things up.

    I ended up paying £40 for this one as it will boil just a single cup if that's all you want Russell Hobbs 21600-10 Illuminating Glass Kettle, Black, 1.7 Litre, 3000 Watt : Amazon.co.uk: Home & Kitchen

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  • Pondlife
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    Morning all

    METAR EGFF 301050Z AUTO 08008KT 7000 BKN004 OVC015 06/05 Q1025

    Absolutely baltic when I left the house first thing. Bit foggy again today but not as bad as yesterday.

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  • xoggoth
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    The kettle has stopped working
    I find some electric things are weird. Decorative lamp in my bedroom wasn't working, assumed it needed new bulb but didn't get round to doing it. Then, a few nights ago, I'd just got into bed and it came on. Must be an evil spirit.

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