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Did you take a picture of it with something next to it that would give an indication of how big it was?
Poor fella looks like he got a fade from one of his parents
There are times when you have to wonder does life get any better? Enjoy every moment Four Phucs Ache. Good food, good drink and great company what more could anyone want?
Great minds think alike. These have been patiently waiting for the Rolo's to run out. They will be frozen and will be the selection from which the 2nd course as of and from tomorrow evening is chosen. It's a biscuit, it's a bar
Myself and the youngfella did the 70 meters of our lane over the lockdown. It had been done originally 12 years ago and apart from having to fill in the odd pothole lasted very well considering the weight of the some of the trucks delivering oil and coal plus the farmer who uses it occasionally to
The op specifically asked about 804 as it was such a huge area to be covered that tarmacadam was working out too expensive. Some of the google experts on here would make you laugh the way they go so out of their way to point out that what someone wants is wrong because it's not up to their standard
804 doesn't need any finish on top, spread it out evenly with a fall the way you want the water to run off and either whack it, roll it or drive a track machine or heavy vehicle over it. The colour of it will depend on the quarry it came from. Once you compress it well at the start then after cons
Round 2 with the gratin potatoes with an ol' sirloin, only fit for the couch and Netflix now. It's a hard knock life
That's a very strange issue to have as your top priority as Minister for Children
There's a nice bit of gratin potatoes left over from this evenings dinner that won't go to waste if they survive the night with a growing teenager in the house that is liable to raid the kitchen at any hour. Had them with a chicken breast stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon, all washed down wi
I can't understand how anyone can think it's not economically viable if as the chap said he already has the deer rifle, licence and safe
If you have everything needed it's basically free organic meat except for the cost of the bullet
What is your point?
Did over 500km in one on Friday, a mix of twisty mountain roads and motorways. Averaged 48 mpg and it was just a pleasure to drive, they are very comfortable
He doesn’t let facts worry him in the slightest, getting caught telling lies on here time and time again matters not a jot