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    Cleaning my Fridge Magnets.

    (that's not all of them, some were still on the fridge)

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    I repaired my washing machine today. The carbon bridges needed replaced, apparently.

    YouTube, e-bay for parts, then had a bash at doing it myself, and it worked.

    I was going to just replace it, so saved myself a good few hundred quid by repairing it.

    Iím not very good at DIY stuff, so am well pleased with myself!
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    Sunshine. It just makes everything feel better.

    I took the bairn down to Musselburgh today and we watched a bit of the racing from the hedge at the side of the course. Watched the horses going down, watched them loading and saw them briefly pass as the jockeys got to work at the 2f marker.

    There were a few people about. A small group with plastic glasses, Prosecco and sandwiches, a few guys on their own, a few families and a few couples. Everyone gave each other space, everyone was good natured, everyone was polite and everyone was smiling. Obviously the fact we were all doing something we enjoy helped but it would still have been miserable in the rain. The sun made it a good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    I repaired my washing machine today. The carbon bridges needed replaced, apparently.

    YouTube, e-bay for parts, then had a bash at doing it myself, and it worked.

    I was going to just replace it, so saved myself a good few hundred quid by repairing it.

    Iím not very good at DIY stuff, so am well pleased with myself!
    Well done mate.

    Although you can't share the secrets haha you'll put me out of business..

    Always a good idea to repair than replace

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    I repaired my washing machine today. The carbon bridges needed replaced, apparently.

    YouTube, e-bay for parts, then had a bash at doing it myself, and it worked.

    I was going to just replace it, so saved myself a good few hundred quid by repairing it.

    Iím not very good at DIY stuff, so am well pleased with myself!
    Nice one mate 👍🏻

    I managed to fix the fan on our boiler yesterday which was on the blink.

    I had the advice of a plumber though, donít go in blind 😂

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    Our work have been doing virtual tastings all through lockdown and for some reason, you get a massive buzz at the end when they go well. You go home and feel ready for a beer and that beer, whilst winding down, somehow always tastes amazing.


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    Sitting in the barbers waiting for my first proper haircut in months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Sitting in the barbers waiting for my first proper haircut in months.
    Booked in next Wednesday, i took the clippers to my head a good few weeks back thinking it would grow in enough for the barber to do something with it when they opened.

    I mis-timed it by a couple of weeks, if Iíd waited 2 weeks Iíd have gotten away with it, as it is though i have hair thatís all equally too long at the same length all over my head.

    Itís not a good look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Booked in next Wednesday, i took the clippers to my head a good few weeks back thinking it would grow in enough for the barber to do something with it when they opened.

    I mis-timed it by a couple of weeks, if Iíd waited 2 weeks Iíd have gotten away with it, as it is though i have hair thatís all equally too long at the same length all over my head.

    Itís not a good look.
    Next Wednesday for me too. Canít wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Booked in next Wednesday, i took the clippers to my head a good few weeks back thinking it would grow in enough for the barber to do something with it when they opened.

    I mis-timed it by a couple of weeks, if Iíd waited 2 weeks Iíd have gotten away with it, as it is though i have hair thatís all equally too long at the same length all over my head.

    Itís not a good look.
    Yeah I too done an at home clipper job, today was perfect timing for the barber to sort out the mess! Heí was telling me his first available appointment as of today is 15 April, glad I got in early,.

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    Hairdressers on sat for me. Itll feel like I'm on my holidays chatting to a different person and looking at a different view for a couple of hours sounds like bliss.

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    When you bump into an old collegue from England and they say that they Still keep an eye out for the Hibs results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Sitting in the barbers waiting for my first proper haircut in months.

    I was a day late to get my usual guy when they opened up the bookings, got to wait till thursday now, the wife used to be a hairdresser and she's given me a wee haircut a couple of times but it's scissors over comb and takes about 20 mins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith_M View Post
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    Cleaning my Fridge Magnets.

    (that's not all of them, some were still on the fridge)

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    I'm like that with pin badges :)

    Nice collection!


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    Hairdressers on sat for me. Itll feel like I'm on my holidays chatting to a different person and looking at a different view for a couple of hours sounds like bliss.


    Lucky you. It takes my barber ten minutes and that's stretching it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Lucky you. It takes my barber ten minutes and that's stretching it !
    10?

    Last time I was in, one play of Insomnia by Faithless (the radio version) and boom....

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    Little things that give you pleasure



    Actually, I think I'll let my wife be the judge of that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollution View Post
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    Lucky you. It takes my barber ten minutes and that's stretching it !
    I'm getting my grey covered and that's a big job! I normally go every 6 weeks but not been since before christmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.S View Post
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    I'm getting my grey covered and that's a big job! I normally go every 6 weeks but not been since before christmas.


    You should post a photo


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    We're getting a puppy! It's been something we've considered for a long time but felt that the time is right; we've both had bereavements in the last twelve months and lots of stresses that the world has made it difficult to move on from, but as well as being able to offer the attention and love now that a dog needs and deserves, it's moving onto a new chapter in life. We met her for the first time last night and she's adorable. A two week old pointador that we're getting in six to eight weeks time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    We're getting a puppy! It's been something we've considered for a long time but felt that the time is right; we've both had bereavements in the last twelve months and lots of stresses that the world has made it difficult to move on from, but as well as being able to offer the attention and love now that a dog needs and deserves, it's moving onto a new chapter in life. We met her for the first time last night and she's adorable. A two week old pointador that we're getting in six to eight weeks time.
    Great but remember you'll have to exercise her a lot. I hope you are not in your eighties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Great but remember you'll have to exercise her a lot. I hope you are not in your eighties!
    Oh no, much younger and spend a lot of time outdoors.


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    Watching the Masters coverage with the Mrs and shouting "doh" everytime Simpson miss hits a shot. Yes, there is alcohol involved.

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    My lovely new pin badge arrived today. I'll take great pleasure in wearing it everywhere I go alongside my Hibs and music related ones


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    Can't stop laughing. Is this for real? How come I've never heard of it.




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    Driving in bus lanes at the weekend and watching people who can't read road signs getting all worked up and shouty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Driving in bus lanes at the weekend and watching people who can't read road signs getting all worked up and shouty.
    Not just the weekends, I use them during the week and you get the same response from idiots who canít read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Driving in bus lanes at the weekend and watching people who can't read road signs getting all worked up and shouty.
    I certainly don't get worked up and shouty as I'm generally aware of when you can/can't drive on them but I imagine I'm probably someone's pet peeve as I'll happily drive on the non-bus lane side even when I'm allowed on either.



    On a related note, what's up with the tiny streak of bus lane leading up to the Cameron toll roundabout coming from peffermill road? I reckon that one is asking to cause accidents if people wait until after it (when they're joining the roundabout queue) before getting in lane.
    Mon the Hibs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danhibees1875 View Post
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    I imagine I'm probably someone's pet peeve as I'll happily drive on the non-bus lane side even when I'm allowed on either.
    The Highway Code

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