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    ^Ryobi.... Mmmmm.... very posh Hat.

    My Karcher gave up after 10 years service recently so I opted for the cheapest Homelite model in Bunnings. A bonkers bargain at $49. And so tiny and cute.

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    Its first job was cleaning this dirty roof last month which it did successfully and without me falling off. Will have to wait and see if it lasts 10 years like the Karcher.

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    Today's private driveway test run assembly of impulse buy - so I don't look too stupid fumbling around at the waterside in public not knowing where anything goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    ^Ryobi.... Mmmmm.... very posh Hat.
    Downside - heavy. Not heavy to roll, but heavy to drag through the house, go upstairs, through a window to blast the ... You have to see it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    And so tiny and cute.
    Keep it clean, Looper . . . this is not the Ladies thread

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    Its first job was cleaning this dirty roof
    Looks like a very pretty setting - are you concerned about bushfires?

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    so I don't look too stupid fumbling around at the waterside in public not knowing where anything goes.
    You'll save that for when you're on the water? On thing I'd always wanted to do but never got around to it/chickened out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    Its first job was cleaning this dirty roof
    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    drag through the house, go upstairs, through a window to blast the ... You have to see it.
    All around the house, over the patio etc... . . . lots of trees around, pollen, rain and wind. In short: NZ






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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    Looks like a very pretty setting - are you concerned about bushfires?
    Not this year Hat. Looks like we have La Nina on the horizon.

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    Went into the pet shop to speak with this cat

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    and ended up buying my first Siamese fighting fish in 40 years

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    Confirmed only last year as Thailand's national aquatic animal, despite its historic name

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    Well after not wearing a watch for some 30 years I decided that I'd try again. I am hard on watches, they never last. I usually trash them or have to take them off to avoid damaging them then forget and lose them. Nowadays these are mini computers that just happen to tell time. What is really nice about these watches you have over 100 face options so you can change it up. Out on the exercise trail show the the tracker face. Out at dinner show the classy face. Plus they do so much more. The features are very cool. Gotta love technology. I have it set up I can listen to Spotify through my wireless head set so when I ride my mountain bike or go on hikes I have music on the command. Plus being Samsung its all linked to my Samsung smart phone so I get messages, emails and calls.

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    Show us your impulse buy-kelly_kettle-jpg

    I bought a Kelly Kettle so I could have a brew while the wife picked mushrooms...

    ...A bit of cotton wool, some birch bark, and dry wood, together with a sparker, and we had boiling water much quicker than I expected.

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    You bought Anwar and Mahatir??? Did you get change out of a twenty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VocalNeal View Post
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    I think he bought this.


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    Impulsish... Always nice to get the missus something nice like new shoes:




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    She once told me why she loves you . . . oh hang on. She didn't . . .

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    does this count ?





    ESP8266 based smart switch which I will flash with tomato firmware and control from a HomeAssistant server I have running at the moment on an orangepi - I will build a new machine shortly with a multi core amd processor and then run home assistant in a VM
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    Happy Birthday to Me



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    (52 years young this week)

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    Happy Birthday Loops

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    Noice!!! Happy Birdsday, mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    (52 years young this week)
    do you leak on the tarmac like a blackbird ?


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    tomato firmware
    err... tasmota firmware

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    Quote Originally Posted by baldrick View Post
    do you leak on the tarmac like a blackbird ?
    Just like the belissima Blackbird I am becoming prone of late to minor leaks when filled to the brim and my joints have started making strange creaking noises when I am settling to rest late at night.

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    Are you a ginger Looper?

    You have giraffe-skin arms


    Is that contagious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cisco999 View Post
    You have giraffe-skin arms
    I wasn't aware that giraffes have arms

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    A bit of an impulse buy for Mrs Troy's birthday. I went in to the shop to buy her a fitness watch and ended up with a Samsung Z Flip 2.

    It's a really lovely and handy 'handy'...

    ...price is on a par with my intended bday pressy...

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    Opposite for me.

    I bought a phone in 11.11 sales and impulsed buy a fitness band.




    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
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    (52 years young this week)

    Which did you enjoy more: the Blackbird or the Golden Gaytime?

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    I too bought a phone in the sales.

    And a beer fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plan B View Post
    Which did you enjoy more: the Blackbird or the Golden Gaytime?
    That is a tough call but I think the Golden Gaytime edges it with its deliciously cheeky suggestion of tingling forbidden pleasure in the rainbow coloured crumbly sparkles coating...

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    Barbies head on Ken's body

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Barbies head on Ken's body
    You sick, sick man . . . it's clearly a very feminine/masculine gender fluid representative of the rainbow coalition . . . get with it, Neanderthal!

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