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This kitchen spam thing is getting ridiculous! These spammers must be sending eachother smoke signals saying "load spam on GW forum"! I have reported about 10 so far this morning, in one message to moderator I have asked whether they can't put in a "kitchen filter".!
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FG, any suggestions for an adult who throws a hissy fit because his soft boiled eggs weren't cooked properly and, guess what, it was my fault. Where did I go wrong. TT, you didn't clip him over the ears soon enough. As for now, tell him to boil his own eggs if he doesn't like it!
FG, any suggestions for an adult who throws a hissy fit because his soft boiled eggs weren't cooked properly and, guess what, it was my fault. Where did I go wrong.
TT, you didn't clip him over the ears soon enough. As for now, tell him to boil his own eggs if he doesn't like it!
When I see these spammers I simply select "ignore" option.
Morning all. Gosh, Andy, 97 asters. That's what I should have had if they'd germinated - which they didn't! GG I think Andy said in a previous post that he was 52, so younger than us. Except we are still only 27
Now going back to catch up a bit more, didn't read all of it.
Then back to the weeding. I expect when I've finished the last bed the weeds will be starting again in the first bed. When we visited Harlow Carr it was all heavily mulched. I never get round to it and I don't have enough mulch.
Good Morning all.
Been out for the usual inspection, all well. Glorious morning. Hedgehogs been around and left me little "gifts" on the lawn. Greenhouse to wash so will be getting wet and drying in the sun.
Verdun, I bet it is amusing watching your dog dunking food. Like GG I found your your post very moving.
Have fun in the sun..hope you all see some.
Sunny here - but promised girls a shopping trip! If we head off now I might be back in time to do some planting
Had a dreadful night, swollen glands and sore throat have caught up with me. OH says I have to take it easy today, so I will, Potting up begonias and potting on some pennisetum is all I have planned. Will sort out slate as well
Hope yesterday went OK Verdun.
Sun seems to have his hat on here today,
I expect I've missed you all again.
Sue, he had cooked the eggs himself. Came down this morning and he had had scrambled eggs. I suppose if they went wrong again, he couldn't blame me if I wasn't even up. I've pampered him too much.
Not sure what to do today. It's beautiful here and very warm. Think I will have to sort my solar lights out as I felt I should be standing with bats in my hands last night, waiting for the planes to taxi in. Son was trying to sort them out but we got the giggles (pair of juveniles) and thought the neighbours would think we had lost the plot so we gave up.
I'm sure you will all have a good day, except those like FG that have to work. Shame, it's a Bank Holiday. I think it's time we went back to the 'olden days' when everything closed down on Sunday and Bank Holidays.
Just seen your post Matty and sorry to hear you are under the weather. Yes, take it easy and just enjoy the weather.
Hey KEF thanks for that. Was nice.
Matty, get well very soon. Just do that little bit then and rest. You will recover that much more quickly.
Niviac enjoy your day of laziness in the sun....lol
Swiss Sue, I had not realised that you have reported kitchen sales people, so reported a couple of them again. I guess if a firm is really desparate, as many are now, they will try anything to make a sale.
Am so enjoying the greenhouse that I bought last year; I'm out there in my jim-jams every morning moving stuff out to harden off and it's a great place to sit in the early evening with a glass of wine.
Have just come in for a rest. Have blitzed my front garden, only a semi-circle of earth with 6 shrubs in it , but it somewhat gets overlooked. Even swept where son's car usually stands, so it is sweetpaper, crisppackets, everything under the sun, free.
That's a shame about your OH Nivlac. You could be spending a pleasant Bank Holiday together. Long, long ago, you used to have saturday girls and then it was weekend staff which was beneficial all round. Of course, big stores got greedy and found it was more profitable to just use the staff they had and make them work at weekends with time off in lieu. Now, it's part of their contract and there's nothing they can do about it. When 2 of my offspring were young and I was poor, I did take on a cleaning job and my Mum looked after them for 3 hours. Talk about slave labour. Wanted, what I considered, a total spring clean every week. I never went back.
Artjak, my neighbours are used to seeing me gardening in my dressing gown. Always put my gardening shoes on though.
Right, rested so onwards and upwards.
Hello folks We're home after a lovely couple of days at MIL's - and ............ we spent a large part of today with Nutcutlet and Mr Nutcutlet in their glorious garden in this glorious weather, watching mistle thrushes and having a guided tour - a real plantswoman's garden
Now I have to pop out into the garden and find homes for the newbies
Nice to see you Dove. Am I really a plantswoman?
Of course you are Nutcutlet and a very generous one too.
We had a lovely time in your garden - thank you both very much for showing us everything, for your company and your time and an impromptu but very welcome lunch - what a lovely day we've had
It was good wasn't it
did you get cake....
The kitchen spam will be sorted tomorrow at a guess, daniel was out for the long weekend.
The kitchen spammers are not desperate just looking for gullible people and SEO, Optimising for Search Engines might raise their site profile. they have 969 back links and mostly from forum spam
they have a reputation as rogue traders, they don't seem to come foul of criminal law because most of their victims can only use civil law courts for redress. Knew someone like that selling broken washing machines the only that he had was getting stabbed by an aggrieved customer... Dead now he got beat up by a couple of kids near a tram stop in Sheffield, Karma bites some times, (he did far worse than stitching people up with dodgy washers).