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Discussion in 'Personal' started by lanokia, Nov 7, 2017.
Flere views these things from a jaunty, nautical angle.
Weirdly this is the image result I ended up from your comment.
No, no, no.
Although I passed lots of these to get there,
Sorry, chickened out.
Can't tell we're both bored on the internet at all can you...
Actually she either has a more detailed knowledge or experience of the nautical world than I gave here credit for or she just happened to get lucky.
The heads on many small to medium size pleasure craft are often situated between the berths (beds) in the fore-cabin (the bit at the front of a boat inside)
This is a typical layout (folkboat)
This layout can cause a nasty shock for those sleeping in in said berths if the rest of the crew are caught short during night watches
Even if viewed from a jaunty nautical angle
I've skipped here from the first page, so this may have already been mentioned.
When it comes to drains, pokey things are much more effective than chemicals.
I think I might get one. My kitchen sink persistently gets increasingly blocked, and up to now I've use Mr Muscle, which I'm not keen on. I use Spirits of Salt for the shower runoff. and if I can avoid using that too, it'd be good.
I just read what it said on the picture. I was actually wondering if they'd marked the secret smuggling panels.
We have a dedicated length of garden hose for that job and oddly enough, Mr S has just unblocked the toilet a few minutes ago. The hose lives in the garage and is carried very carefully back there afterwards; it is disinfected after each 'job.'
A similar device was Mangle but Lanokia scoffed because he thought it looked too much like a Star Trek prop
I thought he'd have his Mr. Spock uniform on and be deploying it immediately in that case.
I bought a similar thing some years ago without the metal case and windy thing for about half the amount. It pays for itself the first time you use it, chemicals are very expensive and in my experience no where near as effective in use. He needs to feel the force and get with it.
Oh you know me too well.
Tis time ''Fun with electricity!''
Or rewiring a wall socket... can I do it without shooting 240 volts through my fragile mammalian nervous system?
I do hope so!
Sounds truly electrifying, terrifying and downright shocking ! Give yourself AMPle time, and If you get stuck , sit and contemplate for a while and hum a few OHMs....
May the force be with you , and don't stick your light sabre in the socket .
But for comedy value there are perhaps a few of us who are not
Job done... plug rewired and still alive.
And for Spirit... a gift.
A cross-thredular Joffreying
A temper like is only born from one thing... lack of cheese.