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    Pina Colada ? You know it makes sense Rodney !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beobloke View Post
    Right, we’ve weeded, cleaned the windows, dug out some evil brambles and been for a 4 mile walk.

    Pina Colada time!

    Nice, but why not in the hot tub!



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    Might be in Aldi over the weekend, any wine recommendations Marco?
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    Bet they are a nightmare to suck thru. As hard as blowing thru a bog roll tube i guess

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    Donít think Iíve ever had a pina colada in my life! Looks milky, which is probably why, one of the few things I canít stand. Sounds like you had a great day though. We did similar - housework and a bit of DIY before dragging the kids away from Netflix/Xbox for a walk across the fields and then BBQ. Now chilling with a glass of Rioja and some choons in the kitchen.
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    B&Q Open? Ive got a list of jobs to do but for most i needs stuff like Plaster Boards, Plaster etc.. I think im gonna wait a bit longer to go out for things that can really wait..

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    What i do need is a pair of Black curtains for the Living Room. Refuse to buy curtains off line, i need to look & feel em

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Bet they are a nightmare to suck thru. As hard as blowing thru a bog roll tube i guess
    Why? Theyíre just like a normal straw, only made of metal. Slightly bigger diameter if anything. So easier!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Nice, but why not in the hot tub!
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    Too knackered to climb into it at that point!
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    A lockdown treat


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