Wealthy industrialist, and philanthropist.
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My fence in the front has fallen over. The back garden looks like a bombs-hi-tit. Very blowy. And expensive day.
Seems that waking up three times in one night makes you quite verbose.So blowy was it that I was awoken not once, not twice, but thrice. The last being to the sound of the fence between me and my neighbour finally succumbing. Such was the buffeting it had received from the tempest.
No not normal at all, a couple of weeks ago they changed the pickup day around here but it seems they haven't quite ironed the bugs out because for the last two weeks the bins have sat outside for a couple of days before getting picked up.Never see them out that late around here, is that normal?
I'm not looking forward to walking to work in a bit, looks like it's going to piss down
They could collect ours at any time of night and I wouldn't hear them, after 20 years of Steve crashing through the door with disco equipment at all hours of the night I tend to sleep through anything nowNo not normal at all, a couple of weeks ago they changed the pickup day around here but it seems they haven't quite ironed the bugs out because for the last two weeks the bins have sat outside for a couple of days before getting picked up.
I would imagine the lads on the truck would have been pretty pissed off about having to work last night, plus it's not exactly a good time for an industrial vehicle to be going down the street and men throwing bins about the place, good job the sound of the gale covered their noise or there would have been complaints
Yes.. He’d kept watch over this garden for 60+ years judging by the state of him. Luckily I live next door to a hard working Polish immigrant who is going to assist me in building a proper wall. Something that Nuggles would also be proud of no doubt.A fence Nuggles would be proud of.
True story.Tame stuff, no pond involved.
A lean toDefinitely blowy here last night after a week of Spring-like weather. The floor of our "préau" is awash this morning, so the wind must have driven the rain right through. Never seen that before.
(Don't think there is a direct translation for préau. Best described as an open glassless conservatory with a tiled roof)