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Old 09 March 2010, 17:36   #21
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You've met the wife; she has perfect taste in all things

Anyway more importantly she's back in an hour and the dishwasher has just gone bang and I can't get my ski boots out as the doors jammed, that's the last time I take your advice

Iím also going to blame you for the PS3 going bang last night, Rasher has had the arse all day, he says itís got flashing red light syndrome or something
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Old 09 March 2010, 17:40   #22
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You've met the wife; she has perfect taste in all things

Anyway more importantly she's back in an hour and the dishwasher has just gone bang and I can't get my ski boots out as the doors jammed, that's the last time I take your advice

Iím also going to blame you for the PS3 going bang last night, Rasher has had the arse all day, he says itís got flashing red light syndrome or something
Fancy putting the PS3 in the dishwasher!
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Old 09 March 2010, 17:40   #23
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You've met the wife; she has perfect taste in all things

Anyway more importantly she's back in an hour and the dishwasher has just gone bang and I can't get my ski boots out as the doors jammed, that's the last time I take your advice
It was boot liners in the washing machine ya tit! Not whole f'ng boot in the dishwasher.
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Old 09 March 2010, 17:43   #24
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It was boot liners in the washing machine ya tit! Not whole f'ng boot in the dishwasher.
Was close though, rather than liners in the washing machine he managed entire boot in the dishwasher.
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It was boot liners in the washing machine ya tit! Not whole f'ng boot in the dishwasher.
That's it give me the instructions after the event

And at least me and the good lady don't have matching his and hers helmets
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And at least me and the good lady don't have matching his and hers helmets
Thankfully, she refused to wear a purple helmet.
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Thankfully, she refused to wear a purple helmet.
Now that wasn't true when I first met her, but seems to bebecoming a thing of the past
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Once again I find myself so nearly succumbing to temptation
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Old 12 March 2010, 09:28   #29
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I'm not expecting much room for the inevitable kitchen sink - that SWMBO will no doubt want"need"(!!) to bring so what do you use to put spare clothes in - this time of year ? The "drybags" ? If no room in any lockers - a couple of bungys to strap them down somewhere?

Can't help thinking there must be a better way?

- all ideas/experiences welcome!
We used this and it held all the camping stuff spare clothes and all sorts.
with a water tight lid.

wet or washing went into black bin bags first.
this one is 800mm high but there are smaller ones.
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Thanks all - ordered some drybags from a Ribnetter Trader.

Sonar - where did you get those? Look quite handy.
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