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Images of items I have purchased (except trainers)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Zefan, 29 Jun 2016.

  1. Hades

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    I thought that said tampon for a minute.
     
  2. Malevolence

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    Looks over at the boxes of 180mg Fexofenadine tablets and smiles.
     
  3. Sonea Fifer

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    Donut or Jaffa Cake?

    I purchased the best of both worlds:

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  4. Hyburnate

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    In the least mean way possible, congrats hope you're well :)
     
  5. Captain

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    Picked this up today. :)

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  6. Thomas. PLease.

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    Upgrade to the coffee setup for me.

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  7. Raymond Lin

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    Rocket Apartmento?
     
  8. andy_mk3

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    I recently bought these, and my Mrs had the same idea thinking she was being helpful. I now have 720 tablets :D
     
  9. soundb0y

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    This looks incredible and terrifying at the same time. I love the idea but then realise my remaining life expectancy would be in minutes.
     
  10. Hades

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    Lovely. Congrats.
     
  11. Hades

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    I've started riding recently (still on a 125). Do it. It's so worth it.
     
  12. Ninco!

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    A lovely looking bike, has a snub, or stubby nose, looks like something you see in Batman or Mad Max. Very cool.

    Bikes scare the hell out of me, I bet they are incredible to ride.
     
  13. Sasahara

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    2 Years supply? :)
     
  14. Thomas. PLease.

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    Close, it's a Rocket Giotto Evo R.
     
  15. dirtychinchilla

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    @LiE what happened to the PC with the 3090? Did you move it back in once you’d taken the photo?
     
  16. LiE

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    I moved it on. Sold the PC to a friends brother and only took a small hit due to the strong value of the 3090. The AW3821DW I managed to get Dell to take back for a full refund. So I got back £3600 from those 2 and the iMac cost £1660 with student discount. Also bought the iPad Pro from MM for £640 BNIB which retails for about £1k.

    So as you can see It wasn’t too bad to swap things.

    I then bought an Apple Watch and put an order in yesterday for a Concept2 RowErg which was £940.
     
  17. Griffo

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    Lovely!
    What year is that, @Captain? It looks more nicely finished on the bits you glance down at than my s1000rr was, with those horrid textured plastic panels that were at the top of the side panels. The chunky frame makes it look very aggressive to my eyes too, good job!
     
  18. Tephnos

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    Are those wall paints the diamond ones? I heard Dulux's diamond matt paints annoyed people because they had too much of a sheen to them, owing to the washability.

    Why didn't you go with a Dulux satinwood for the trim?
     
  19. Tephnos

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    Yeah, this is why I love dry lining plasterboard over skim coats... plaster cracks are inevitable.
     
  20. cu3ed

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    Prescription based allergies for the win!...serious, Fexofenadine it amazing.