Prince George Calendar in Daily Mail 29.11.14

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Prince George Calendar in Daily Mail 29.11.14

Post by dave brum » 30 Nov 2014, 11:55

If anyone had the Daily Mail (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler) yesterday and is throwing away the Prince George calendar that came with it yesterday, could you please send it to me. My wife is absolutely nuts about him and it'll be a great Christmas present for her. Thanks. :)
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Post by Gill the Piano » 30 Nov 2014, 19:35

I'll fish it out of the recycling box.
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Post by dave brum » 30 Nov 2014, 20:20

My recycling box usually smells of fish but thank you, that's very kind of you, Gillchops.
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Post by Gill the Piano » 30 Nov 2014, 20:54

Nothing in ours except paper!
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Re: Prince George Calendar in Daily Mail 29.11.14

Post by dave brum » 01 Dec 2014, 07:19

We have all manner of things in ours, possibly empty boxes containing frozen fish steaks from Aldi may make it smell a trifle fishy but one thing we do not put in there is newspaper as we do not actually buy them. We have a lot of shredding, which we put in rag bags that get pushed through the door and place on top of our box.

Until this year Birmingham was one of the only councils to eschew the use of wheelie bins but by the end of next year everyone has them. In Moseley where the shop is, there are bins - and in the city centre. But in the north and most of the south city black bags are still used (which the foxes/cats/raccoons rip open and spill rubbish onto the streets).
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Re: Prince George Calendar in Daily Mail 29.11.14

Post by Gill the Piano » 01 Dec 2014, 16:57

We have bags because otherwise the poor binman would have to walk 300 yards to the house, collect the bin and go 300 yds back to the lorry, bring the bins back and walk down again. Everyone else has a selection of 4 bins.
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Post by dave brum » 01 Dec 2014, 19:04

You're deemed 'unsuitable' for wheelie bins then.....
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Re: Prince George Calendar in Daily Mail 29.11.14

Post by Gill the Piano » 01 Dec 2014, 20:42

I'm unsuitable for a lot of things. Tell T that there's a drooly brat calendar on its way. And something for you to play. And I'm so damn efficient I've even popped your crimbo card in with it. Must away to polish my halo...
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