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Old August 2nd 15, 12:31 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Alycidon
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On Saturday, 11 July 2015 12:51:45 UTC+1, Alycidon wrote:

I have been using a rake to remove weeds from my garden ponds and now I am
enjoying some two year old bottled home brew
Would that be in the hole in your garage floor? Is there enough room for
you, what with the old washing machine and all?


There are only bottles and casks in there at the moment. I have just bought a new tumble drier and fridge freezer though, both of which are in the garage.

The old tumble drier went to my youngest daughter's boyfriend and the fridge freezer is in the front drive waiting for the rag and bone man.


Who could not take it as he is not allowed to, so I will have to take my trusty sledgehammer to it and put it in the wheelie bin.

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Old August 2nd 15, 12:41 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
jnugent
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On 02/08/2015 12:31, Alycidon wrote:

On Saturday, 11 July 2015 12:51:45 UTC+1, Alycidon wrote:

I have been using a rake to remove weeds from my garden ponds and now I am
enjoying some two year old bottled home brew
Would that be in the hole in your garage floor? Is there enough room for
you, what with the old washing machine and all?


There are only bottles and casks in there at the moment. I have just bought a new tumble drier and fridge freezer though, both of which are in the garage.


The old tumble drier went to my youngest daughter's boyfriend and the fridge freezer is in the front drive waiting for the rag and bone man.


Who could not take it as he is not allowed to, so I will have to take my trusty sledgehammer to it and put it in the wheelie bin.


Are you really going to release all those CFCs uncontrolled into the
atmosphere?

[Now you know *why* the rag and bone man "is not allowed" to take the
fridge.]
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Old August 2nd 15, 01:06 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Tarcap
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"JNugent" wrote in message ...

On 02/08/2015 12:31, Alycidon wrote:

On Saturday, 11 July 2015 12:51:45 UTC+1, Alycidon wrote:

I have been using a rake to remove weeds from my garden ponds and now I
am
enjoying some two year old bottled home brew
Would that be in the hole in your garage floor? Is there enough room for
you, what with the old washing machine and all?


There are only bottles and casks in there at the moment. I have just
bought a new tumble drier and fridge freezer though, both of which are in
the garage.


The old tumble drier went to my youngest daughter's boyfriend and the
fridge freezer is in the front drive waiting for the rag and bone man.


Who could not take it as he is not allowed to, so I will have to take my
trusty sledgehammer to it and put it in the wheelie bin.


Are you really going to release all those CFCs uncontrolled into the
atmosphere?

[Now you know *why* the rag and bone man "is not allowed" to take the
fridge.]

He's a psycholist. He claims he is saving the earth by riding around on a
child's toy, but in reality he doesn't give a flying f***.

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Old August 2nd 15, 02:18 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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On 02/08/2015 12:31, Alycidon wrote:
On Saturday, 11 July 2015 12:51:45 UTC+1, Alycidon wrote:

I have been using a rake to remove weeds from my garden ponds and now I am
enjoying some two year old bottled home brew
Would that be in the hole in your garage floor? Is there enough room for
you, what with the old washing machine and all?


There are only bottles and casks in there at the moment. I have just bought a new tumble drier and fridge freezer though, both of which are in the garage.

The old tumble drier went to my youngest daughter's boyfriend and the fridge freezer is in the front drive waiting for the rag and bone man.


Who could not take it as he is not allowed to, so I will have to take my trusty sledgehammer to it and put it in the wheelie bin.


That will release the fridge gas, which is illegal. Take it to your
local council recycling centre where it will be properly and safely
disposed of.
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Old August 2nd 15, 10:42 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
David Lang
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On 02/08/2015 14:18, Mrcheerful wrote:
On 02/08/2015 12:31, Alycidon wrote:
On Saturday, 11 July 2015 12:51:45 UTC+1, Alycidon wrote:

I have been using a rake to remove weeds from my garden ponds and
now I am
enjoying some two year old bottled home brew
Would that be in the hole in your garage floor? Is there enough room
for
you, what with the old washing machine and all?

There are only bottles and casks in there at the moment. I have just
bought a new tumble drier and fridge freezer though, both of which
are in the garage.

The old tumble drier went to my youngest daughter's boyfriend and the
fridge freezer is in the front drive waiting for the rag and bone man.


Who could not take it as he is not allowed to, so I will have to take
my trusty sledgehammer to it and put it in the wheelie bin.


That will release the fridge gas, which is illegal. Take it to your
local council recycling centre where it will be properly and safely
disposed of.


You could take it on the wonderful form of transport called a push bike.
Oh, hang on a minute....
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Old August 3rd 15, 09:44 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Peter Keller[_3_]
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On Sun, 02 Aug 2015 13:06:07 +0100, Tarcap wrote:

****wit.


Thank you greatly kind sir for that compliment emanating from you.
Now please vomit to me from you the further honour of syphilitic camel.
And my child's toy is a very useful convenient economical delightful
viable means of transport for many things,
And I know what you think of child's toy riders.
And I take that as a great compliment coming from you.
I have no intention whatever of organising my life to suit your foul
prejudices.
 




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