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Old 05 January 2012, 16:38   #21
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Sr4 home

Here's my new "man room" for the SR4. Holds two bikes and RIB but no pit. Trailer needs manoeuvering but can be done by hand without too much hassle. RIB on the lawn because electrics are being fitted to new toy house. It's got a fridge, hot water and a work bench with a lathe. Ooooh, can't wait to flick the switch. Took a whole year mind.
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Old 05 January 2012, 16:48   #22
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I think we should have a "Show us your manspace" thread in the gallery

I've spent most of the holidays tarting mine up, I'll get some piccys tomorrow

Still lots to do, I'm on the look out for a compressor, small fridge and a sofa but we're getting there. The ammunition reloading station is now fully operational at least
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Old 05 January 2012, 17:04   #23
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Things I wish I'd done?Lots really,and at least 2 blondes...
My 'manspace' has a stool in it. If you want to sit down there's 6 bikes and a sidecar in there to sit on at the moment.
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Who left the stool?
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Dirty bugger
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gArFie.

I shouldn't have told him where the spare key is. I keep finding strangely lumpy smelly rolls of carpet in there which disappear overnight.
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Old 05 January 2012, 17:20   #27
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.........your manspace has a stool in it...........do the loo man!
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Apologies, sounds like doctors' advice. I mean plumb in for a loo if you can, allows all the beer, carb set up without muddying the stairs.
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Apologies, sounds like doctors' advice. I mean plumb in for a loo if you can, ...
Yep, got to have a bog in the garej - then you can avoid having to go back in the house before closing time and/or the neighbours don't have to watch you pi$$ing in the garden.
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Unless you do it through the fence into their garden like you were eight years old!!!!!!! Only problem is, you're thirty years older and you've just walked into your mum's garden after Christmas lunch, and you think......."still the same shitty neighbours....and I'm a man of principals.......now, where's the gap in the fence".
Only now you can do it "over-the-top" and don't need the gap.
If only you could tell mum how much cleverer you'd got.
Best not, she REALLY wouldn't understand.
Until the door-bell rings seconds after you get back inside.......
I'm sitting, nobody saw me go outside......won't be them anyway. What sort of deviant would do that sort of thing at this time of year anyway?
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Me.

Ahhh just time travelled back to my mum's. Did that really happen?

Hope so.
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