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kevgermany

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He's gone sooooo quiet - she must have locked him out, so he can't get to his computer... :)))
 
Chris

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He's in the shed !!!

Chris
 
Two Voices

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Its times like these that makes me glad I'm single :)))
 
Targa

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The Cannonball arrived today - it looks lovely, but does need a polish. Any ideas what I should use? Don't want to damage it at all.

I use Autoglym.
 
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gladsaxisme

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Which product ? as iv'e got all the autoglym range for my car...good stuff :)

And that's where they should stay like you say brilliant gear FOR A CAR
 
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Even a Jag ... :))):w00t:;}
 
gladsaxisme

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Wasted on one of those. Hopeless task.


That was uncalled for I'm hurt she's my pride and joy and never lets me down:(

Is that living in Germany getting to you Kev I do hope not...All the best...john
 
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kevgermany

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That was uncalled for I'm hurt she's my pride and joy and never lets me down:(


:)))

Quick, before it rains... And while you're at it, my Landrover could do with a bit of tlc as well.
 
dooce

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A squirt of Pledge on a duster is fine - car polishes and the like contain all sorts of fearsome chemicals, even mild abrasives, none of which are exactly saxophone-friendly.....
 
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A quick hose down does for mine. There's too much time and money wasted on cars, A to B and then forget about it.
I used to say "Cars are the biggest waste of money next to women" >:), and then I met Carole :w00t: my wonderful OH, who lets me waste? it on saxes.
Now about that Venus Pro Bari :rolleyes:
 
Nick Cook

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Well, I'm here, still alive, and living in the house!!!

She wasn't a happy bunny at all when I told her on Friday, and she still wasn't talking to me on Saturday evening. But yesterday, we had friends round (all musical), and I thought I'd better not mention the sax - but she did!! "Tell them what you've bought then Nick". And I think things are ok now. She did say she expects a nice present for our anniversary on Wednesday - so I suppose I'd better go out tomorrow lunchtime and rob Ernest Jones!!!!

:)
 
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Well, I'm here, still alive, and living in the house!!!
She did say she expects a nice present for our anniversary on Wednesday - so I suppose I'd better go out tomorrow lunchtime and rob Ernest Jones!!!!

:)

Oh for the return of Ratners, it used to be so cheap and easy ;}
 
gladsaxisme

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A squirt of Pledge on a duster is fine - car polishes and the like contain all sorts of fearsome chemicals, even mild abrasives, none of which are exactly saxophone-friendly.....

Glad to see I'm not the only one with those thoughts...john
 

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