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Happy birthday James!
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JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 11:47am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 10:51am
Sparky wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 9:06am
The home we're in now had a couple of large items in the backyard that wouldn't fit through the gate and I envisioned having to hire someone to cut them up and haul off. The previous owner really wanted to leave for us (how generous of them), so we had it written in to the escrow instruction to have them removed before we'd sign off on the deal. Funny now but kind of worrisome at the time.
When we were house hunting, we looked at one place that had in its basement a small printing press, maybe around the size of an Austin Mini. I have no idea how they got in down there—well, I guess they must have built it from scratch—but getting it out would require a lot of demo. That house also had an absurd number of toilets tucked away. Not full washrooms, just little alcoves with toilets. Including one right off the dining room, with only the thinnest vinyl accordion door to provide privacy.
When we moved out of our old house, we ended up leaving our ping-pong table there. We had assembled it in the basement a few years back and after a long day of moving, just didn't have it in us to disassemble and reassemble in the new house. We asked the new owners if they were OK with that and they were actually happy about it. Laziness 1 - Table Tennis 0.
And you eventually found a new spot to fold and stack laundry.
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that pic Marky posted in the first one looks like Charlie Watts fishing in heaven.

Happy belated, buddy.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 1:43pm
JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 11:47am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 10:51am
Sparky wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 9:06am
The home we're in now had a couple of large items in the backyard that wouldn't fit through the gate and I envisioned having to hire someone to cut them up and haul off. The previous owner really wanted to leave for us (how generous of them), so we had it written in to the escrow instruction to have them removed before we'd sign off on the deal. Funny now but kind of worrisome at the time.
When we were house hunting, we looked at one place that had in its basement a small printing press, maybe around the size of an Austin Mini. I have no idea how they got in down there—well, I guess they must have built it from scratch—but getting it out would require a lot of demo. That house also had an absurd number of toilets tucked away. Not full washrooms, just little alcoves with toilets. Including one right off the dining room, with only the thinnest vinyl accordion door to provide privacy.
When we moved out of our old house, we ended up leaving our ping-pong table there. We had assembled it in the basement a few years back and after a long day of moving, just didn't have it in us to disassemble and reassemble in the new house. We asked the new owners if they were OK with that and they were actually happy about it. Laziness 1 - Table Tennis 0.
And you eventually found a new spot to fold and stack laundry.
Ha! Joke's on you. I don't fold laundry. I just throw it in a drawer!
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Re: Happy birthday James!

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JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:28pm
Ha! Joke's on you. I don't fold laundry. I just throw it in a drawer!
Greetings, fellow slob! The Boss is still mystified by how I flat-out don't notice wrinkles in clothes.
That is what the elves call the justice of the unicorn. - Richard Nixon to Nikita Khrushchev, Kitchen Debate, Moscow, 1959

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JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:28pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 1:43pm
JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 11:47am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 10:51am
Sparky wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 9:06am
The home we're in now had a couple of large items in the backyard that wouldn't fit through the gate and I envisioned having to hire someone to cut them up and haul off. The previous owner really wanted to leave for us (how generous of them), so we had it written in to the escrow instruction to have them removed before we'd sign off on the deal. Funny now but kind of worrisome at the time.
When we were house hunting, we looked at one place that had in its basement a small printing press, maybe around the size of an Austin Mini. I have no idea how they got in down there—well, I guess they must have built it from scratch—but getting it out would require a lot of demo. That house also had an absurd number of toilets tucked away. Not full washrooms, just little alcoves with toilets. Including one right off the dining room, with only the thinnest vinyl accordion door to provide privacy.
When we moved out of our old house, we ended up leaving our ping-pong table there. We had assembled it in the basement a few years back and after a long day of moving, just didn't have it in us to disassemble and reassemble in the new house. We asked the new owners if they were OK with that and they were actually happy about it. Laziness 1 - Table Tennis 0.
And you eventually found a new spot to fold and stack laundry.
Ha! Joke's on you. I don't fold laundry. I just throw it in a drawer!
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:33pm
JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:28pm
Ha! Joke's on you. I don't fold laundry. I just throw it in a drawer!
Greetings, fellow slob! The Boss is still mystified by how I flat-out don't notice wrinkles in clothes.
Yeah - I really couldn't care less about wrinkles.
Got a Rake? Sure!

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JennyB wrote:
08 Oct 2021, 9:23am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:33pm
JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:28pm
Ha! Joke's on you. I don't fold laundry. I just throw it in a drawer!
Greetings, fellow slob! The Boss is still mystified by how I flat-out don't notice wrinkles in clothes.
Yeah - I really couldn't care less about wrinkles.
Hear hear !!!

My body removes wrinkles, that or a few minutes in the dryer. Ive often used the laundry area as my personal wardrobe/dressing room area so I can touch up clothes a bit if needed.

Ironing is for weddings, funerals and job interviews.

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revbob wrote:
08 Oct 2021, 11:49am
JennyB wrote:
08 Oct 2021, 9:23am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:33pm
JennyB wrote:
07 Oct 2021, 4:28pm
Ha! Joke's on you. I don't fold laundry. I just throw it in a drawer!
Greetings, fellow slob! The Boss is still mystified by how I flat-out don't notice wrinkles in clothes.
Yeah - I really couldn't care less about wrinkles.
Hear hear !!!

My body removes wrinkles, that or a few minutes in the dryer. Ive often used the laundry area as my personal wardrobe/dressing room area so I can touch up clothes a bit if needed.

Ironing is for weddings, funerals and job interviews.
Life is full of wrinkles...deal with it.

...or don't.
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Happy Birthday! My present for you and everybody here
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