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    How big are the cavities in your walls? Big enough to hide a homeless guy?
    Excuse me, are you the Judean People's Front?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    How big are the cavities in your walls? Big enough to hide a homeless guy?
    That's what I was thinking - maybe an illegal migrant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    dormouse maybe. they snore quite loudly if on back...
    They do, check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlS3w1GGE8g
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    That is crazy! Perhaps the cavity is amplifying the small, snoring animal? I would suggest cranking up the stereo and making it so the bugger couldn’t sleep! But I know that doesn’t work, I had a mouse years ago living inside my speaker! The house next door went empty, and the grass grew tall. Next thing I know, I pull the grill off my speaker and there is a small round hole in the speaker cone! Back then especially, I liked to jam loud! I have no idea how he stood it? He must have been a real hard rocker?

    Drill a hole and throw a smoke bomb in the wall, see what runs out.

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    Is it perhaps windy outside when you hear this snoring? Possibly draughts blowing round the cavities vibrating something in there.
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    Poltergeist......Quite obviously.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Is it perhaps windy outside when you hear this snoring? Possibly draughts blowing round the cavities vibrating something in there.
    Not as draughty though, as it is inside your pantz!

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    Highest human blast was recorded at..203.56 mph.

    This actually came about circa 97 when a 7 oaks salesman descovered that a humble Golding 1242 mm cartridge actually pissed all over a Koetsu Black mc.

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    SUT'S..........:lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Not as draughty though, as it is inside your pantz!

    Marco.
    Yes, they do sound like snoring sometimes, and with this in mind I was wondering whether it could be Mrs. Dave letting some off and blaming the wall cavities? You know how women can be about disowning their bum burps. My grandma always dismissed my grandad's assertion that when she trumped the blast would make the back of her skirt flutter.
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