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7 am and my lifes over :(

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by NoobCannon, Jun 26, 2020.

  1. Kelt

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    Blimey, I read the thread title and thought you'd been served mushy peas with your morning full English!

    Glad to see it's not as serious.
     
  2. Jono8

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    You could have told her that someone pood through your letterbox (probably some scallywag from the ocuk forum), and that said turd knocked over the bottle of alcohol.
     
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  3. pingwing

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    Just burn the house down
     
  4. Vince

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    Just go over it with a hairdryer and it will disappear. If that doesnt work fire as others have already stated is the only option.
     
  5. LOAM

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    Surely it could have been sponged up and dried. Will it not then sand and re-laquer?
     
  6. robfosters

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    Saw thread title and started drafting a condolence message in my head

    Thought your other half had died
     
  7. Vince

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    Nah ipa leaves a residue and eats into the lacquer a hairdryer will hide it almost certainly. I know this as I spilled a bottle over our table in the dining room which is oak and has a laquer stain type affair going on. Hairdryer is what I used and you would never know :D
     
  8. arknor

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    It's not real parquet though? it's tiles that look like it?

    shouldn't real parquet all be seamless not tile shaped or it defeats the point surely?
     
  9. Dis86

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    He's not getting off that lightly.
     
  10. Scania

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    Don't worry,given she was still in bed at least you didn't use the isopropyl alcohol for anything really sinister, she'll appreciate that I'm sure. :):p
     
  11. NoobCannon

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    no its real wood parquet. But its laid in squares.

    dont ask me i didnt put it down lol, theres loads of it spare in the garage.

    its this stuff.

    https://woodflooringsupplies.co.uk/oak-parquet-flooring-tiles

    who ever mentioned that it would just accelerate her plans to replace the floor was completly right tho as all ive heard all day is “i didnt like that floor anyway” and “lets just replace the whole thing now”
     
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  12. FortuitousFluke

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    I've said it once I'll say it again, check the bottle for butter or other lubricants, your wife gone done Keyser Soze'd you.
     
  13. flea.rider

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    sand it and varnish .. job done move on little expense
     
  14. LOAM

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    Was the lid loose and the bottle covered in goose fat?
     
  15. Dis86

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    He was wearing his hulk hands.
     
  16. Winston

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    This...
     
  17. Yadda

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    Where do we send the flowers?
     
  18. Vince

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    English or french? this is important :D
     
  19. Dis86

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    Whole grain?
     
  20. Vince

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    I'd count whole grain in with the french... I'm no mustard expert mind you.