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Tina Turner is bad for your health — 16 Comments

  1. I suppose you’re right, Jack. If I hadn’t shot him, they wouldn’t have told me about the overflow, and I wouldn’t have known about it. The Gods were on my side, all right.

  2. Oh quit your complaining. Geez, I had to go walking around all day today and let me tell you it never got over 23C. On top of that I had to close my window this morning because it was a bit chilly. And you think you have it bad. 🙂

  3. Me? Complain? Never! They are banging away again today, but no radio 🙂

    I’m glad you’re so proud of that flag that you keep using it.

  4. Brian, leave the ould geezer alone, if he didn’t complain he would have nuffin to say! 😉

    I suppose you remember he lost his sense of humour.

  5. Is Ireland the third world? Why on earth would you store water on your roof. It’s not for the sunshine.

    (Yes, I am aware that you hate Americans and I do what I can to keep the ire alive)

  6. Sue – Ireland is certainly behind the States. We are still at the ‘civilised’ stage where you have all advanced to ‘decadence’. Actually, there is a simple reason why the water tank is on the roof – there is nowhere else to put it. It’s an old [200 years?] cottage with a tiny attic. When the extension was built at the back, and water put in, the tank went on the extension roof.

    If it’s any consolation, the outside jax [sorry, toilet] is still there, but I use it as a woodshed now.

    We even have electricity.

    Ian – I won’t tell you what I was lip synching. I have respect for the collar.

  7. There is a hole in the end of the plunger that should have a washer in it. I didn’t have one, so I cut three little circles out of a rubber sheet and pushed them in. It works a treat. And before anyone makes a comment – the rubber sheet was roofing material, not an incontinence sheet!!

  8. “We don’t need another heeeeeroooooow . . .”

    (Ian stole my ‘Simply the Best’ thunder . . .bastard!)

    or maybe:

    “I cant stand the rain ..” or perhaps “Ri-ver deep mountain high! . . .” or my personal favourite . . “Typical Male”

  9. Nonny – I had no choice. It’s miles to the nearest hardware. And of course I used their rubber. They spent the whole day today putting up wooden laths to take the tiles. I’ve only just come in from there. I now have enough timber to last the rest of the winter. 😉

    Baino – You off on one of your men bashing trips again?

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