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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    I vaguely remember a photo of them being posted either here or on one of the Facebook groups and everyone thinking how bizarre it was. Do either of the two posters who have them have a picture of them?
    I am on holiday but will try and put up a couple of pictures when I get back.
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    Doing the weekly shop on my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    I vaguely remember a photo of them being posted either here or on one of the Facebook groups and everyone thinking how bizarre it was. Do either of the two posters who have them have a picture of them?
    My phone is out of action, so I'll need to get one on Mrs Smartie's phone. She's away tonight and will be back tomorrow so once I've rounded up all the half dolls from my daughter's favourite hiding places I'll post a couple of snaps of the 2006 (est) vintage.

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    I've never seen them I don't think - never mind in Prague! Great find!
    There's a particular shop in Prague, which must be where these were purchased, that does fairly tourist tatty Russian dolls of all sorts of teams. The ones you'd expect plus several you wouldn't, including Hibs.

    Back on topic, a midweek day off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scouse Hibee View Post
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    Doing the weekly shop on my own.
    Any time my wife comes with me it costs more, but at least she knows to leave me at the checkout so I can pack things the way they are meant to be packed.
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    How do I post a photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    How do I post a photo?
    Put it in an envelope, address the envelope, don't forget the stamp.
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    In keeping with the children posts 😊

    seeing the smile and face lighting up on my 15 week old daughterís face when she wakes up in the morning and sees me or my wife, and when I come home from work

    watching her gaining more and more muscle control every day, and working out how to do new things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    How do I post a photo?
    Click on ‘reply to message’. In the bar at the top there is a small icon that looks like a framed picture of a tree. If you click on that you should get a message box. Click on ‘choose file’ and it should take you to your folders. Select the image or images you want then you should get the option to upload them.

    Not done it for a while and not since I switched to Apple, but hopefully that sees you right.

    EDIT -I am not sure if it is still the case but some of that functionality used to be available only to Private Members? Don’t know if that is still true.
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    I work away a lot most weeks for a couple of days at a time and love when my 19 month old lad runs to me when I walk in the door after my shift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    In keeping with the children posts 😊

    seeing the smile and face lighting up on my 15 week old daughterís face when she wakes up in the morning and sees me or my wife, and when I come home from work

    watching her gaining more and more muscle control every day, and working out how to do new things
    I have that with my 15 month granddaughter, cute as a button, walking and talking (babbling with a few words in amongst it). I had a 5 min conversation with her on Monday, not a clue what she was on about but off she toddled with a big smile on her face happy that whatever she was on about, she'd told me. Love all 3 of my granddaughters, all at different stages in growing up, 11, 7 and 15 months but all equally make my day when I see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    How do I post a photo?
    You need to be using the main, default style.

    Then, follow the steps Mibbes Aye has outlined. Use the wee frame next to the icon of a reel of film. (That's for videos).

    I prefer to upload my photos to Post Image
    https://postimages.org/ and use the "Direct Link" to post in the "use URL". Remember to uncheck the "retrieve remote file" box.

    It's much easier than it sounds.
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    Making bagels. Takes hours but when youíve proved it twice and drop it into the boiling water itís ultra satisfying to watch it puff up if itís worked.

    Bloody frustrating if it doesnít though.


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    Making a cup of tea that really hits the spot. It only happens about 30% of the time. Maybe 25%.

    It's not like coffee. Tea is mercurial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Making a cup of tea that really hits the spot. It only happens about 30% of the time. Maybe 25%.

    It's not like coffee. Tea is mercurial.
    This is true.

    Obviously the cup should be heated before water on the boil is poured on the tea bag, but I think it's the size of sip you take that effects the enjoyment.

    Try scoofing a larger than usual amount and see what you think.

    A good cup of tea is very, very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Making bagels. Takes hours but when youíve proved it twice and drop it into the boiling water itís ultra satisfying to watch it puff up if itís worked.

    Bloody frustrating if it doesnít though.
    I used to be a baker and making bagels is a skill that takes a bit of perfecting. The vast majority of bagels on sale in shops today sadly arenít made using the proper process that you describe, theyíre made just like normal bread rolls and coated with an egg glaze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    I used to be a baker and making bagels is a skill that takes a bit of perfecting. The vast majority of bagels on sale in shops today sadly arenít made using the proper process that you describe, theyíre made just like normal bread rolls and coated with an egg glaze.
    I like posts like this. They give you a little bit of insight into something you probably wouldnít have thought about
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    There is a guy named Nirmal Purja who was a Ghurka and in the SBS he is current trying to climb all 14 of the 8000m peaks of the world in 7 months, he has just got no 10 after successfully doing K2, seeing this guy doing so well just cheers me up for some reason
    My dude completed it today, all 14 8000m peaks in 6 month and 6 days, the previous record for completing them all was 7 years and 10 months!! He also rescued 4 other climbers while he was it at

    He had to quit the millitary as the MoD deemed it to much of a risk so he remortgaged his house and crowd funded to get it done

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    Making bagels. Takes hours but when youíve proved it twice and drop it into the boiling water itís ultra satisfying to watch it puff up if itís worked.

    Bloody frustrating if it doesnít though.
    Made them once , they taste so much better but im banned from making them again due to the mess i made of the kitchen

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    Making the solid disk of coffee grounds from my espresso machine disintegrate with my finger is a joy.

    Or, watching them disintegrate in running water without me touching them and then disappearing down the plug.

    Both can raise my spirits, twice daily.
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    Digging out an old coat you haven't worn for months and finding a tenner in the pocket.
    Many years back I used to empty the notes from my pockets after a night on the beer as I knew my Daughters will do a raid in the morning, must have stashed £50 on top of the fridge as its nice and high. Two years later moving the fridge and the dosh fell onto the floor, bonus time because I was skint 😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    I vaguely remember a photo of them being posted either here or on one of the Facebook groups and everyone thinking how bizarre it was. Do either of the two posters who have them have a picture of them?
    As promised

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mibbes Aye View Post
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    How very strange!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibbyradge View Post
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    Making the solid disk of coffee grounds from my espresso machine disintegrate with my finger is a joy.

    Or, watching them disintegrate in running water without me touching them and then disappearing down the plug.

    Both can raise my spirits, twice daily.
    Coffee grounds make a good face scrub

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    Quote Originally Posted by calumhibee1 View Post
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    How very strange!
    We have several sets now NHL, Czech football and hockey teams and the Scotland national rugby team. They are bizarre.
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    Coffee grounds make a good face scrub
    And they block sinks.

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    And they block sinks.
    I remove the filter paper first 😎

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