Connect with like-minded professionals and have your say on the issues that matter to you.
Don't forget to look at the how to guide.
Discussion in 'Personal' started by blazer, Oct 27, 2010.
Blazer Towers now totally beliongs to Lord and Lady Blazer!
Congratulations that must feel great.
That is brilliant (Iam only 21 years behind you)
CONGRATULATIONS....I only 5 yrs left
Look out for getting the deeds in the post. I had a lovely decorated box given to me years ago that I never really had much use for. It is now the Repository Of The Deeds. Apparently they should be kept at the bank but I'm not sure why. Surely 25 years of recorded mortgage repayments suggest it is in fact ours? Or would handing over the piece of paper to a burglar mean it was automatically his?
Ooh a titled land owner. Beware gold diggers after your heirlooms, blazer
Wow bet that feels great Blazer!
Im at the other end of the scale...looking to get a mortgage!
more money for drinks at brum, Mrs blazer's haircuts and new cars...........
Now all you need to do is discover valuable mineral deposits in your back garden.....
I haven't heard that term for years
In Liverpool everyone had a back Graden
I have a teeny back garden with my rented house, containing two apple trees, one pear tree, two cherry trees and a whole lot of planters invintage chimney pots.
No valuable mineral deposits, 'tho
That must be a grand feeling, ower Blizer. Are you taking Lidy Blizer out for a slap-up meal?
You'll be to learn that you have an orchard, giraffe. An orchard has a minimum of five fruit trees.
The back garden sounds beautiful.
You'll be pleased to learn...
Sorry, I booped it out.
Having an orchard makes you very posh. You'll be able to start sentences with 'In our orchard...'
If I'd have said that in Toxteth I think they'd have buried me in that Orchard Inky
Oh I don't know. When my brother lived in Liverpool 8, 40 years ago, he didn't have a back garden but his flatmate was a dab hand with pot plants.
Sorry - I didn't want to hijack Blizer's thread.
Blazer can now afford to buy his own Orchard
Back gardens in Brum are often big enough for that. I wonder how many people realise how leafy a city Birmingham is.