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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    You're taking your boiler with you on holiday? Must be a big suitcase.
    No - I don't think boilers need much in the way of luggage when they go on holiday, so only a very small suitcase is needed.
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    Probably just takes a man-bag.
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    True - being endotherms, they don't need to take any clothes. maybe a bit of lagging if it's a skiing holiday.
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    Sun hat if it's the Tropics.
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    Could just wear that on the plane anyway though.
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    Worcester Bosch make the best travel companions. I once went to Spain with a Baxi Bermuda, and it complained all week, "Ooh, the food's rubbish" and "there's too many Germans"
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    You think that was bad, try a wet weekend in Llandudno with an immersion heater. Never again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    You think that was bad, try a wet weekend in Llandudno with an immersion heater. Never again.
    Rhyll's even worse, the caravan sites are teeming with them! I once shared a caravan with an immersion heater called Vaillant, which is Welsh for "From the Valleys". It had a faulty thermostat, and if left unattended would make noises which sounded like it was boiling over. Turns out it was swearing at me in Welsh. They don't like us Brits, and I've no idea why.
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    Tut...Only the lower orders grace such places, whilst those with class go to Conwy. You can eat crabs there, rather than catch them

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    try a weekend in the highlands without an immersion heater
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