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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by gargs, Aug 2, 2016.
don't fly today @lanokia
No worries there.
MrsLan is stressed... might be I'm stressed too... always hard to tell inside.
Wet and windy here as expected so time to stay in.
I too love Chartwell and although I have only been once it was a memorable place. We were amongst the first people in on the day that we visited and as usual I charged ahead at my own pace. When I walked into WC’s study I was the only person in there and I could feel the hairs on the back of standing up. It was very atmospheric and I had the room to myself for 3 or 4 minutes.
Did you read that a lorry carrying a consignment of omega 3 capsules has overturned due to the high winds..
A spokesperson said the driver will be fine.. He's just suffered a few super fish oil injuries...
Things to do during a storm:
1. Watch storm through window
2. Watch storm on telly
3. Listen to storm
4. Tell people to listen to storm
5. Read about storm
6. Talk about storm
7. Post online about storm
8. Have a sleep
9. Do a jigsaw
10. Cancel plans
It wet and windy here. Load clanging noises coming from somewhere
11. Go for a bracing walk in the park
I went on a bracing walk across Morisons car park. I got SOAKED!
Hello. Very wet and windy, but probably the wind hasn't reached its peak yet. Glad you didn't fly, Lan or you might have had some turbulence.
Groan. Mr Gp not impressed - I always could kill a joke stone dead.
Poor you. It;s been raining steadily all day here too and in the past couple of hours the wind has really started roaring. Course with it being dark can't see what it's doing to any trees.
Just taken J dog out. Both of us are now very soggy!
We have had a disarrrrrrrster. Klutz was making bread and the super heavy glass bowl on the mixer smashed!
That must take some doing!
And it didn't even drop on the floor! I'm surmising it wasn't quite in its slot, wobbled and then the dough hook was hooking the glass rather than the dough.
I haven't got the glass bowl. Sounds like I am safer with the stainless steel one.
The glass bowl was the one that came with it. To replace with the glass bowl is approx. £50, to replace with a Klutz-proof stainless steel is £75+
o dear. i hope there was no injury
still waiting for Dennis here