Discussion in 'threads and dreads' started by Cloo, Oct 10, 2011.
This is what my sister is doing.
If it was my kitchen I'd redo it and squeeze one in (with my billions of monies )
Wow! Surprisingly strong Urban love for the dishwasher
I don't have space for one as it happens, and I have been put off by the one at work, which spends most of the day filled with putrefying crockery and swills of milk and cereal that make me want to vomit in it. There's just the two of us and a cat, so I don't think we need one.
If you're ever feeling particularly lazy about washing up, bring your mucky crockery to mine on the train and I could run it through the machine.
Could I post it to you?
Why not. Just hope the royal mail don't give the box a good kicking en route.
I'll enclose a tube of glue and you can fix the broken ones
I'll sniff the glue while your plates are being washed and send the shards back.
Good! It's super glue, so be careful you don't glue your nostrils together.
I'll inhale it through a gas mask, to be on the safe side.
But then you'll miss out on all the lovely cyanoacrylate fumes
You can get table top ones, they're similar size to a microwave. They're not cheap though sadly.
They still need to be plumbed in though, usually through worktops.
all i sort of 'want' is Chanel clothes. now that, I could wear so well....i rock good clothes!
Kind of gutted this milliner wasn't about 10 years ago when I got married. Can't really think where I could wear any now.
A thread where people can post interesting articles about the Trump presidency.
I need a cheap, light but waterproof jacket for when it's warm but pissing down. Asos and TKMaxx have a couple of (sensible) possibilities, but I'm really tempted to get this instead
No. Don't. It's quirky and therefore desirable on one level. But hideous on another level. I had an expensive super bright orange North Face anorak that I figured would be good if I fell and twisted my ankle on Snowdon, but in reality I gave it to a friend who cycled a lot in London, because it was *very* bright. And then to replace it I got a black Berghaus anorak, in 2000, so nearly two decades ago, for nearly £200. Go for the bland, boring one. They're timeless. And a better investment.
The hideousness is part of why I like it - it's so awful it's amazing! I don't think any colour of cheap crappy <£30 raincoat really count as an investment anyway
Doesn't say it's waterproof.
Yeah, even a lot of the cheaper "rain jackets" on there aren't advertised as waterproof. Or water-resistant, which would do tbh. I've found some sensible black ones anyway so I'll try whichever of those are still in stock when I've saved up.
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