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    Quote Originally Posted by Woz View Post
    I would just like to mention that I failed to turn up at all and help. After all- what are friends for?
    Mr Woz falls victim to another beautifully contructed Digger prank. There was no house moving to do. I'd been up until midnight all week moving stuff, so everything was done by 2pm Sat, and we only started at noon - we just had a load of beer and a barbecue after watching the rugby and moving one washing machine!

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    I would only have fallen for it if I turned up in a van with some gloves. As it was I entertained some chums at home with my sparkling wit and MC Hammer dance moves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woz View Post
    ....... As it was I entertained some chums at home with my sparkling wit and MC Hammer dance moves.
    I would have paid good cash money to watch that .... at least 75p!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Mr Woz falls victim to another beautifully contructed Digger prank. There was no house moving to do. I'd been up until midnight all week moving stuff, so everything was done by 2pm Sat, and we only started at noon - we just had a load of beer and a barbecue after watching the rugby and moving one washing machine!

    Digs.
    and one of us turned up in suitably painted, muddy 'scruffs' ready for work after driving about 2.5 hours in them and scaring OAPs on a coach trip at Fleet services

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    Well, Dude, Mrs Dude, Mrs Edward and I did turn up, but not till all the work was over...
    it was lovely to see you all, meet fellow skiers and have a great weekend
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    Great party Digs, thanks for the invite to the housewarming, we had a lovely day, and it was great to see so many people

    "It was absolutely brilliant"

    PS hope you got my email about the skiing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary K View Post
    Great party Digs, thanks for the invite to the housewarming,
    Yeah, thanks, says it all really

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    I am very interested in this topic and I and very thankful for everyone who posted a competent answer here!

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    Hello! I suppose that it will be much cheaper for you to buy not a new house. Of course, when you will buy it, you should carefully check all its rooms, furniture, windows and to make a decision. It is not so bad if you will find some cracks because there are many professional companies that could help you and it will be cheaper than to buy something new. You can read about how to fix cracks in walls by yourself in this article or to hire the professional to fix it. It is your choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarckUltra View Post
    I am very interested in this topic and I and very thankful for everyone who posted a competent answer here!
    Here is one more recommendation before buying any kind of real estate ALWAYS hire real estate agents for consultations. Usually their pricing policy is quite sensible and lets save a huge amount of money and time while choosing the right place for living. It is actually obvious but lots of my friends prefer to do without them say before moving to Spain my fellow real estate agent recommended me to choose my new apartment among these offers https://virtoproperty.com/property-f...nte/torrevieja. And in the long run I managed to make the right choice. Without the specialists whio helped me it would be impossible!

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    Before buying a house, you need to understand for what purpose you need it. If you want to rent this home, then you don't have to worry too much about this property, but the rent will be lower. If you are planning to move to this house and live in this place, then I can help you a little and advise palm beach premier remodeling wellington. These guys are real professionals who have not high prices and use really different, but correct, methods. You may need to relax a little.

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