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Old 25 January 2005, 07:02   #11
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ScaryDes, was that an offer of the loan of one Jack Russell??
Yes Iíll through it in the beaulieu river and you can pick it up as it floats up Southampton Water No hang on the tides are all wrong for that, have to wait until 6 this evening. Des
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Old 25 January 2005, 07:04   #12
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Use a Jack Russell, quick, efficient, environmentally friendly and ever one wins Des
Lab/Collie cross also extremely efficient in this area - I find the cat is a little more fussy. Can't remember the last time I saw a furball

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Old 25 January 2005, 07:05   #13
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ScaryDes, got any leftover fireworks? Sure you could rig something up....

Louise, I have NOT done much throwing up in my time, I have witnessed lots of others (mainly drunken students!) throwing up, usually in my house/flat.

My Mothers philosophy was always you made the mess, you clean the mess. (As for girlfriend, if I had one right now, I'm sure she could clean it up for me!)

eupa, shall investigate hardware stores in portsmouth, although I think bleach is looking likely at the moment.
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Louise, I have NOT done much throwing up in my time, I have witnessed lots of others (mainly drunken students!) throwing up, usually in my house/flat.
Jimbo - I know you haven't - you wouldn't be asking for tips on how to clean it up if you had!
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Hehehe, yup!

Right, off down Tescos for bleach and febreeze...
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the problem with bleach ( 30%) is that it will "bleach" a carpet as well.
then you really have a problem- unless its a white carpet . Rememmber when I was newly married and my wife used too much bleach in the washing machine and put some red frilly undies in which my spotless white jocky pants. How can a man wear red pants? , I ask you.

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Well, the culprit has returned, shamefaced to the location of the incident. He is now on his hands and knees scrubbing away with bleach and warm water.

It's a very shallow carpet, one of those cheap industrial ones you get in student halls, so bleaching shouldn't take too much colour out, especially as diluted as it is.

Ah well, I'm off back to carry on shouting orders!
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Freeze it solid with co2 then you can pick it up in one piece, makes a great frizbee
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Alternatively, you can reconstitute it in a frying pan and, as one student did when I was at university, eat it for a substantial bet! I kid you not.
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