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2 hours ago, Slartibartfast said:

Considering that all the earth's surface is sitting on floating tectonic plates that are part of a spinning ball that is orbiting the centre of a solar system that is moving through a galaxy that is hurtling through a universe that may, or may not, be part of an infinite multiverse ... is anything, anywhere, really stationary? :unsure:  The sooner we collide with the Andromeda galaxy the better, it'll stop my head from hurting. :wacko:

That also works at the quantum level. Nothing is stationary. Molecules vibrate continuously.

It seems cockles gets off on a technicality. :D

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As you've been unsuccessful in educating yourself, let me help again.

It is not illegal to have your engine running whilst stationary in traffic.

Not that you'd be trying to look cool, stupid yes but definitely not cool


Have you educated yourself on how to read dates yet?

Not that you’re be trying to look cool, stupid yes but definitely not cool

#thickasfcuk

#cowardly cockless

#internetgangsta

No, please, please don’t put me in hospital

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A lady from the Stinky Rebellion Protest Group was getting interviewed on the Radio. 

She was asked 7 questions in the first 3 minutes.

She answered every one of the 7 questions starting her reply with the word SO.

Quite a few of these dudes seemed to be high on summat.

DOTERY DAVE ON SOON

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Have you educated yourself on how to read dates yet?

Not that you’re be trying to look cool, stupid yes but definitely not cool

#thickasfcuk

#cowardly cockless

#internetgangsta

No, please, please don’t put me in hospital


Look it's #thichasfcuk

Someone will need to explain it to him though.

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Look it's #thichasfcuk

 

Someone will need to explain it to him though.

 

 

Never going to happen, he doesn't have the wherewithal to understand the explanation

 

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On ‎4‎/‎20‎/‎2019 at 9:26 AM, shetland said:

I am Oaky, he is gstretchuk. And Shull is Wendy but sometimes Faraway Saint. 

Are you Billy Mehmet ? 

Sweeper07 is most definitely Uncle Colm. 

Why you in here Mrs Shull - visiting time ? :wink:

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See what happens when you try to be clever.......?
Just watching the Yesterday channel and I had the pleasure of learning from one of the design engineers who was part of the team that designed the Mullbery Harbours.

One of the components that were responsible for there success was an item called a Spud. That gets primary used on dredgers. So a part of the success of the post d-day landings was from the two shipyards in Renfrew, Simons and Lobnitz.

Every day is a school day

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3 minutes ago, cockles1987 said:

Just watching the Yesterday channel and I had the pleasure of learning from one of the design engineers who was part of the team that designed the Mullbery Harbours.

One of the components that were responsible for there success was an item called a Spud. That gets primary used on dredgers. So a part of the success of the post d-day landings was from the two shipyards in Renfrew, Simons and Lobnitz.

Every day is a school day emoji106.png

It certainly is.

I don't wish to lower the tone but I do recall the joy of the day I discovered that a vinegar solution rather than bleach was necessary to get rid of that fishy smell your dog sometimes leaves on the couch.

Some time later I also discovered that this smell was leakage from the dog's anal glands as a result of insufficient roughage in her diet rendering her poo too soft to activate the glands, leading them to overflow.

She now gets a strict diet of kibble with a single weetabix in every meal and the problem was largely resolved UNTIL 5 f**kING MINUTES AGO when she got overly excited at the smell of my easter egg and leaked on the sofa.

Seriously, diet, weetabix for fibre and a close at hand supply of vinegar solution and kitchen roll and this perennial dog problem almost vanishes overnight.

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It certainly is.
I don't wish to lower the tone but I do recall the joy of the day I discovered that a vinegar solution rather than bleach was necessary to get rid of that fishy smell your dog sometimes leaves on the couch.
Some time later I also discovered that this smell was leakage from the dog's anal glands as a result of insufficient roughage in her diet rendering her poo too soft to activate the glands, leading them to overflow.
She now gets a strict diet of kibble with a single weetabix in every meal and the problem was largely resolved UNTIL 5 f**kING MINUTES AGO when she got overly excited at the smell of my easter egg and leaked on the sofa.
Seriously, diet, weetabix for fibre and a close at hand supply of vinegar solution and kitchen roll and this perennial dog problem almost vanishes overnight.
Oaksoft I really need to apologise for the time it took to reply,,,,,, I had to pause again because of the laughing fit you have induced.

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34 minutes ago, oaksoft said:

It certainly is.

I don't wish to lower the tone but I do recall the joy of the day I discovered that a vinegar solution rather than bleach was necessary to get rid of that fishy smell your dog sometimes leaves on the couch.

Some time later I also discovered that this smell was leakage from the dog's anal glands as a result of insufficient roughage in her diet rendering her poo too soft to activate the glands, leading them to overflow.

She now gets a strict diet of kibble with a single weetabix in every meal and the problem was largely resolved UNTIL 5 f**kING MINUTES AGO when she got overly excited at the smell of my easter egg and leaked on the sofa.

Seriously, diet, weetabix for fibre and a close at hand supply of vinegar solution and kitchen roll and this perennial dog problem almost vanishes overnight.

I think you would find that instead of removing the fishy smell bleach would remove the colour from your couch. Sodium hypochlorite and other oxidising agents tend to decolourise pigments.

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Just watching the Yesterday channel and I had the pleasure of learning from one of the design engineers who was part of the team that designed the Mullbery Harbours.

One of the components that were responsible for there success was an item called a Spud. That gets primary used on dredgers. So a part of the success of the post d-day landings was from the two shipyards in Renfrew, Simons and Lobnitz.

Every day is a school day


It really is, I thought that was one shipyard cos I'd only ever seen it written as S&L, hadn't realised it was two.

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1 hour ago, smcc said:

I think you would find that instead of removing the fishy smell bleach would remove the colour from your couch. Sodium hypochlorite and other oxidising agents tend to decolourise pigments.

 

Correct. Also, anything which smells fishy is basic in nature. You therefore need something weakly acidic to get rid of it. Adding bleach might kill the germs but it won't help get rid of the gut wrenching stench.

I hope this advice helps others. It took a bit of experimenting and online research to come up with a solution to the fish AND the problem of overflowing glands.

On the downside, my internet search history makes interesting reading. I also discovered that "anal bleaching" is an actual thing. There's a limit to what a wife will believe. It was a day of mixed reactions TBH.

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