Michael dear heart, I don't know what you mean (opens fan)!
I am currently honey blonde, and Nicky Clarke himself is responsible - he has gone right off ginger of late (I wonder why...).
Dearbhail, my new au pair, is as large as my husbands bonus, but much less attractive! Help yourself sweetie, but remember, my hair is always perfect and my au pair must be home before midnight - I work her like a dog!
*Checks through soda stream selection, and smiles ear to ear at sight of Cream Soda*
*makes the mistake of putting the concentrate in before the bubbles and makes a small explosion the iranians would be proud of, and wanting to make the best of it starts an ibiza style foam party in the fall out from the soda stream machine, hoping dulwich mum will turn up for a quiet boogie*
3275 people have visited the quiet room with nothing to say but maybe nows the time to start the silent disco. Its friday after all.
> Interesting point, DM.
> I fear, from another thread, you are wrong about
> plantation shutters. They are simply naff in
> victorian terraced stock. As for Georgian, NO!
I have been trying to hang up my poster in here since last night. It is so frustrating *wail*, the blu tack simply won't take the weight and I am not sure that my staple gun is appropriate.
The front privet-hedge needs trimming, that would be more of a hedge-clipper job. Hedge clippers would be more the Moosling's thing dont you think? I know that he has all the manic instincts needed to successfully wield a chainsaw, but sadly as yet not the stature.
Come the Spring, no doubt a chainsaw will be just the thing as he follows in the family tradition stature-wise.
A Christmas present idea there for you. His little face will light up to see a chainsaw next to the Christmas tree.
Best buy a titanium tannenbaum; or a drum kit instead of the chainsaw.