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Offline will

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SNOW in UK
« on: January 14, 2013 »
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  • Sitting here in the cold cant switch on the heating as the cost is too high.Outside it is 2C and snowing I have booked my flight and packed my bags hope it is better there in LG.Will I still need my shorts and Tshirts? or shall I bring my FLEECE.   BYE

    turtle lyn

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  • it is loverly here in los gigs t shirts shorts day time but does go cold when the sun goes down , but you will find it a lot warmer then uk 

    Offline linda

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  • 27 at the min but drops to 16 ish at night  great

    Offline Jodie

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  • It is warm in the sun, but at night you will need a jumper

    cityangel

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  • Sitting here in the cold cant switch on the heating as the cost is too high.Outside it is 2C and snowing I have booked my flight and packed my bags hope it is better there in LG.Will I still need my shorts and Tshirts? or shall I bring my FLEECE.   BYE

    Not being horrible honestly as hate to think of you sitting in the cold but surely its cheaper to pay for heating for a week than a holiday abroad?

    Offline will

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    Re: SNOW in UK
    « Reply #5 on: January 15, 2013 »
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  • The castle has 14 bedrooms 3 reception  a ballroom and 6 bathrooms so the heating at this time of the
    year stretches the state   pension.
    Oh this reminds me I forgot to book a flight for the wife she is in one of the dungeons.It is warmer down there as the servants sleep in them and huddle together to keep warm.

    ALL THE BEST TO EVERYONE KEEP THE MESSAGES COMING AS SOMETIMES THE COMMENTS ARE DULL

    Asturian

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  • Thats posh a ballroom to keep ya balls in,toff. :o

    stevejclark

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  • Will, I assume that your castle has a ha-ha? All the best residences have one! Aren't you worried about the wife cuddling up a bit too much with the servants in your absence to warmer climes....?

    Offline will

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    Re: SNOW in UK
    « Reply #8 on: January 16, 2013 »
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  • Enjoying the replies. It is about time we had some humorous comments on the site.

    The wife is OK this morning I have just checked on her she is a little stiff but otherwise fine.

    I may have to check on available seats for her as she still holds the purse strings.

    Asturian

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  • If she stays stiff you could wrap her up and put her in the hold,it will be cheaper than buying a seat, just a thought but times are hard and a castle to run an all that. ;)

    Offline will

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    Re: SNOW in UK
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  • Spiffing idea i am on my way to POUNDLAND for some bubble wrap.You should send this idea to the Sunday papers as some of them give 25 for travel tips

    Offline Tanemera

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  • I have a suggestion.  When you are in Poundland buying the bubble wrap, purchase a couple of their heavy duty, brightly coloured luggage straps.  This will prevent any possibility of escape in the event of Mrs Will thawing out in the hold and also make it easier to recognise her on the luggage carousel.  The latter is quite important, because there is bound to be a lot of people taking advantage of your cunning plan and I would hate for you to get to your destination and thaw her out only to find you had someone else's dearly beloved!

    Offline peridot

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    « Reply #12 on: January 18, 2013 »
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  • Please "gentlemen" (term loosely used) please desist from giving my dearly beloved nefarious hints and tips on my transport to LG in April!

    Asturian

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  • Its better to use the 99p shop for your bubble wrap every penny counts,mrs will please try and be gratefull as your husband is making an effort when he could leave you in the dungeon.Good tip  with the luggage straps but i find industrial banding wire better and more exclusive. ;)

    Offline peridot

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  • Keep your banding wire to yourself - still snowing - 6 hours so far today - 13 weeks on tuesday warmth - banding wire/bubble wrap permitting!

    Asturian

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  • If you rub mrs will liberally with ralgex you may well be able to leave her at home thus saving the air fare,bubble wrap,luggage straps etc.
    Just a thought hope this helps.