The last person to post here wins

Started by Spell Chick, December 19, 2017, 11:24:55 AM

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Gyppo


Laura

Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Arthur Ashe

Gyppo

Sounds about right.  Although you could end up paying with your sanity  ;-)

Mastafrank

I just found a local farm that has a most excellent freezer order price

It's geared towards couples as it comes with 15x2 portions. Aside from 22 pounds of beef plus 11 pounds of chicken breast they also have some roast as well.. not bad for $75

Gyppo

So you'll be stocking up then?  And Pigs will think you're a Mighty Hunter ;-)

Mastafrank

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Quote from: Gyppo on March 24, 2024, 08:47:47 AMSo you'll be stocking up then?  And Pigs will think you're a Mighty Hunter ;-)
Edit I goofed big time lol

I misread 2x1lb of beef as 2x11lb

Aw well.  Cosco has a better deal anyways

Yes indeed

Mastafrank

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At long last I am famous..

Edited: turns out I'm only on google earth thankfully
I just found out I'm on  googlrstreet view


This is a very old picture.. I'm carrying my bag,which only happens when I take the dog to the vets

Laura

Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Arthur Ashe

Mastafrank

Apologies I still can't figure out the new system for adding pics

Laura

You don't have to, what with Google posting you all over the internet.
Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.
Arthur Ashe

Gyppo

I put my back door mat, a tough little mid-grey rectangle,  outside whilst I hoovered the rest of the bungalow.  Beat it against the wall a few times, shaking out the dust and dirt, then hung it across my little motorbike to give it an airing.  Totally forgot it was there.

This morning, eating breakfast, I looked around the living room aware that something was missing, but unable to place what it was.  Until I took some rubbish out to the bin, and saw my doormat, dripping like a cave determined to make record-breaking stalactites, laden down with the overnight rain.

I was amazed just how much liquid it can hold.

It's currently hung over the clothesline, but the sky doesn't look too promising.

If it gets caught out again I may, seeing as it's a synthetic mat, and supposedly machine washable, put this claim to the test ;-)  Assuming it survives being washed and spun it will be interesting to see how much of the grey is the original colour and how much is the result of a few years foot wiping.

Gyppo