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  • Birthday 01/01/1985

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    Mk2.5 Focus ZetecS 1.6TDCi superleggero
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    10,001 to 15,000
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  1. Take the long way home after meeting via GumTree ๐Ÿ˜… full of proper wierdo's and violin story tellers.
  2. If you're single perhaps seek love in far away places worked for me ๐Ÿ˜€ two weeks later I moved in, 16 years later though tables turned I'm now housing her and out three kids but im still very thankful for day 1 when she took me in.
  3. We got flooded out in co.wexford between 5am and 8:32am non stop sorry pal ๐Ÿ˜•
  4. Cheers My GP gave me a DVD to watch about vasectomy before choosing to have it done, Then when i went to get it done; the doctor on the DVD is the same doctor doing the vasectomy it's all centralized now so he's the one guy for whole country. he says are you leonard woods? I said yes and your the guy from the DVD, He says "did you bring the DVD with you?" I said "no why" He says "because i would have signed if for you" ๐Ÿ˜ he then says "no joking we recycle them send them out to fellow patients that's all" Sterilized the area with warm water but nurse was almost near retirement not really eye candy. Got me thinking perhaps I should have held out few years to see the replacement๐Ÿ˜
  5. Vasectomy had it done today at 13:00 Anastetic needle in either side of the bag was all I felt at the time. Now when I'm standing or walking i feel like I've been kicked in the goolies ๐Ÿ˜ฃ No urinating blood or feeling like I'm passing glass just discomfort when standing or walking as gravity pulls things downwards.
  6. Is it a sporty short throw dip stick fitted from factory? Like a short shift gear box but oil stick version ๐Ÿ˜‰
  7. Looks pretty descent on the plan anyways ๐Ÿ‘ alot cheaper than custom and has additional pre-silencer lagging on the straight section will be quieter on motorway. I had a full T304 stainless steel duplex fitted for 390 never rust so the above price for half a mild steel is quite expensive
  8. Ideal for the winter months ahead ๐Ÿ‘
  9. Forgot to add info to say; The mounting bracket takes two M10 bolts not supplied, I purchased some from my local DIY store, if you can choose stainless steel fixing bolts then do, because they will never leave rust stains on the wall, I also plan to purchase these to cover the bolt heads ๐Ÿ˜Š
  10. It's not got any brand name on it mate it's an 80W LED flood light from this seller here: I have it fitted around eight months now with no problems atall ๐Ÿ‘
  11. Have to say the brevelle isint that bad atall, my old elementless prestige red kettle was louder than this is.
  12. They can be loud, ๐Ÿ™‰ My mother has a MorphyRichards branded instant water heater and it's very loud compared to our Breville branded unit, We had a prestige branded elementless kettle before the Breville and it was considerably louder than this unit.
  13. Our bathroom extraction fan was wired to the light, so it would be on along with the light at night or early morning. I've had it changed; it's now wired in to the pull cord for the shower so when shower is active the extraction fan is too.
  14. A great safety and energy saving item i purchased few months ago was this Breville instant kettle Link: Before purchasing this item, I would be boiling a kettle of water then filling one cup and pouring the rest of the hot water down the sink to prevent risk of my kids getting scalded if they were to sneak in and climb on the worktop to get somthing sweet. The Breville istant kettle has a volume control which you can set to suit the cups volume and it only heats that volume of water, the resivour of water never gets hot. Only what's in the cup is scalding โ˜บ
  15. I've purchased a few of those myself living room, they save the sockets for table lamp and other items, I'm a big fan of a company callee "Schneider electric" they have been manufacturing a range of switches and sockets called "Clipsal" for the past 20 years atleast. I will go in to the advantages of clipsal in a moment. But my reason for starting this discussion was to say that I like the Schneider USB socket the best for the kitchen or hallway because it has an extra frame ledge designed to hold the phone while it's charging, This avoids the risk of a wet kitchen worktop destroying the charging phone. The socket and frame are two separate items but here's a link to them both being sold together, the frame surrounds the socket secured by the socket itself not stuck on top. Link: I first discovered schneider electric products when i was a teenager working with my two brothers whom are electricians. the clipsal range is available in a multitude of colours including black. There polished polycarbonate construction the switch feels smooth like a pebble stone and all come with caps for covering the screws. The beauty of the clipsal is you can have five switches on a single din plate or ten on a double din plate. The switch itself can be popped out of the plate and replaced with a RJ45 socket, RJ11 socket, Coaxial socket or F plug sattelite socket, even an led indicator light. Ideal for mounting television on the wall simply fit a double socket sized plate and pop in your network cable socket, aerial socket, satellite feed and 240v socket all neatly on the same plate. I've changed the whole house to clipsal This double switch with green light is in my living room on the side of chimney breast wall, the switch on the right powers the electric fire, the switch on the left is linked to the green led and powers an outside socket in the garden, I fitted the led feature so I wouldn't forget to switch it off when not in use. Here's a link to my number one supplier of the clipsal range Link: