1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Images of items I have purchased.

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

  1. Raymond Lin

    Capo Crimine

    Joined: Oct 20, 2002

    Posts: 62,017

    Location: Wish i was in New York

    I forgot I had bought this.

    [​IMG]
     
  2. NoobCannon

    Mobster

    Joined: Jun 13, 2011

    Posts: 4,046

    Looks like Some disease in a poundland cup
     
  3. LuckyBenski

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Dec 28, 2017

    Posts: 2,281

    Location: London

    Ah not many places in the UK teach guitar making! I did it in Merton, South London. In a past life. Enjoy :)
     
  4. Brizzles

    Soldato

    Joined: Mar 16, 2005

    Posts: 6,443

    Location: Clevedon , Bristol

    Can't beat a nice cup of brake fluid in the morning.
     
  5. Minusorange

    Mobster

    Joined: Nov 25, 2005

    Posts: 3,250

    Nothing like a cup of swamp water to put hair on your chest
     
  6. chaparral

    Capodecina

    Joined: Nov 27, 2005

    Posts: 19,048

    My dog (westie) don't really leave much fluff on the carpet but my cat leaves loads and the Gtech air ram been great for picking it up
    The dirt holding capacity is only small on them..But it very easy to empty

    We have a main electric vacuum cleaner as well..
    :D
    Leave my poor carpet alone it already got put up with a dog & cat attacking it :p
     
  7. robfosters

    Caporegime

    Joined: Dec 1, 2010

    Posts: 27,378

    Location: Welling, London

    I’m pretty sure it’s a mixture of spirulina and frog spawn.
     
  8. neil_g

    Sgarrista

    Joined: Dec 9, 2007

    Posts: 9,788

    Location: South Hampshire

    They make some decent custom cables
     
  9. MrRockliffe

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Apr 14, 2014

    Posts: 2,367

    Location: Hampshire

    If I was your cat/dog, I'd attack it too :o
     
  10. Siliconslave

    Man of Honour

    Joined: Dec 11, 2002

    Posts: 9,681

    Location: The Flatlands

    one very expensive egg
    [​IMG]

    from these two little psychos
    [​IMG]

    who now live here:
    [​IMG]
     
  11. Tone1979

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Mar 5, 2012

    Posts: 1,134

    Need more info.
     
  12. Raikiri

    Capodecina

    Joined: Jul 5, 2005

    Posts: 16,527

    Location: Brighton

  13. robfosters

    Caporegime

    Joined: Dec 1, 2010

    Posts: 27,378

    Location: Welling, London

    Tone1979 - our resident Johnny 5
     
  14. Siliconslave

    Man of Honour

    Joined: Dec 11, 2002

    Posts: 9,681

    Location: The Flatlands

    Bought a chicken house, load of paving slabs, gravel and a plastic mini shed thing (plus a load of other paraphernalia) - Did the ground work to flatten and set it all up.

    Got two bluebells (Nugget and Goujon) from a friend in the village.

    Put feed in one end and egg comes out the other.
     
  15. Tone1979

    Wise Guy

    Joined: Mar 5, 2012

    Posts: 1,134

    I was trying to understand the price of the egg. Seems I was being very simple. The whole setup was the cost.

    sorry! :p

    I wanted to get chickens when we moved out of London but the cats would have a field day.
     
  16. Megahurtz400

    Soldato

    Joined: Jun 5, 2007

    Posts: 7,360

    Location: Colchester

    Make sure you've got a complex lock/latch on that run/house/enclosure.

    Reminded me of when I was a kid we had a rabbit which lived outside in a standard rabbit hutch with the wooden twist toggles to close the doors.

    Come outside one morning to find a fox had worked out how to twist the latch, open the door, and massacre poor Smudge :(
     
  17. Squid Vicious

    Hitman

    Joined: Feb 15, 2015

    Posts: 746

    Fantastic stuff. I'd love some chucks but think the foxes that live in my garden would put them off laying :rolleyes:

    I may still get some bees though...
     
  18. PlacidCasual

    Soldato

    Joined: May 13, 2003

    Posts: 5,656

    In my experience Cats are all talk and gung-ho until they meet the business end of an adult chicken, then they're pussy's. A chickens a lot bigger than a mouse and when they squawk and flap it takes a proper Tom Cat, house moggies need not apply.
     
  19. Siliconslave

    Man of Honour

    Joined: Dec 11, 2002

    Posts: 9,681

    Location: The Flatlands

    its just a twist holder at the moment but at waste height so think we'll be ok & the coop is so high off the ground with an auto lock...

    Sure we'll have some foxes in the fields around the house (you can see behind the runs) but they've been free range locally and not had a problem. Currently laying about 1 a day between the pair of them but its very early in the season for them.
    Bees are great, even if they seem to like stinging me, we have two hives and give the amount of activity today both have survived the winter really well :D

    apparently they get along pretty well in general, unless your cats are bringing back full sized pheasants or the like you should be fine! (unless you get little bantams i guess)
     
  20. Megahurtz400

    Soldato

    Joined: Jun 5, 2007

    Posts: 7,360

    Location: Colchester

    Foxes are crafty buggers so if I had chickens i'd have them padlocked, even then I reckon the foxes would only take a few weeks to learn how to pick the locks :p