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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Withnail, Sep 14, 2012.
With an axe
A giant monk in the Wimpy bar
Missed this one, was shifting a group in Dudley this afternoon. Feedback from my council contact suggests this lot would have been more fun.
Not quite Dieter Rams but an improvement
... a chap driving an Austin Seven ...
... whilst using a mobile phone ...
... activity in the Park.
Fairly mean looking sky ….
What a load of cassocks.
Today I saw (and heard..) my next door neighbour book her third round of chemotherapy with a fag in hand....
I got woken up by this ! Not only was the poor thing trapped but a crow was also pecking the hell out of it , took me a while cut the bird free but he did fly off happily
A mahoooosive caravan being towed by a pick up, went sailing towards the entrance to the lorry park, and had to stop and took ages to turn round and bog off.
Quickly followed by a camper van, that knocked the shite out of the barrier into Sainsburys.
Hope that doesn't mean he/she/it'll have the rest of the family following asap.
... a device called a Jaxi Lite - a sort of small, hand-held, spray unit, which, it turns out, is meant to be used with a bidet.
It was for sale in the Hospice Warehouse.
What a great name! One imagines, upon asking for one, being offered a torch, a small mirror and a short length of bamboo....
There is great advice here - http://www.bathflow.co.uk/jaxi-lite-bidet-handshower-chrome-plastic-with-1-2m-hose-jlite.html
The jaxi should be installed with a Stop Valve which should be turned off between uses
A principle by which we should all operate...
We used to DREAM of a stop valve !!! (Mostly to be fitted to other people.)
...a very large rat gnawing on something edible down by the benches near M&S overlooking the river. It couldn't have been from Frankie and Benny's.
A person on a bike, what I would call, from the 1960s, a touring bike, straight handlebars, comfortable saddle and a sensibly small number of gears. He was somewhat overweight, dressed in T-shirt & shorts, red of face and out of breath, his progress was slow. Behind him was a car, the driver was harassing the cyclist, very close to him, weaving backwards & forwards, gunning his engine. There were two bikes on a rack on the roof of the car.
Rather yesterday, the normally lovely and fragrant @Jade-clothing looking decidedly worse for wear. Reckoned she has a bug. I spoke to her from a short distance.
4 lorries heading down to the building site/ new road bit, with loads of oblong concrete blocks on the back of them.