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 Posted: Mon May 24th, 2010 01:17 pm
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MaxSouthOz wrote: Will we see you both on "Grand Designs," Dave?  :mutley

If you think I'm going to buy a big smelly dog, adopt two snotty nosed screaming 4 and 5 year olds, give up my means of income, move into some grotty caravan while we build

AND THEN

just as all the money runs out and the bailiffs are knocking on the door, we've changed the design for the fourth time and three sets of builders have walked off site.

And, Hey GREAT NEWS! has he won the lottery, his long lost wealthy aunt has left him a fortune.  Oh nothing so hum drum.

 

MY WIFE'S PREGNANT !!!!!!

Grand Designs we will not be appearing on thanks.

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 Posted: Mon May 24th, 2010 01:20 pm
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Congratulations to you both....:doublethumb

I guess that will put a stop to Julie's hod carrying antics....


....or maybe I'm reading that differently.;-)
 

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I expect it was a perk of the job.

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 Posted: Mon May 24th, 2010 01:59 pm
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So that's a NO, then, Dave?  :mutley



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Congratulations on your news Dave.

Now you are left with a dillema Do you build the nursery first or the railway room.

Hmm i think the powers that be will be insisting on the nursery:lol:

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OH boy,here we go,layettes instead of layouts,changing nappies instead of points, plus this model
has it`s own water spout,exhaust system and a very good built in sound system,!!!!

congratulations you must be over the moon.

:doublethumb:wow:cheers:cheers:cool:

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Well done that man,(and woman!!!).Lets hope its a boy and he's into railways!!!
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs

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Congratulations   :doublethumb:Happy:Happy

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Proper job my boy. :thumbs

And congratulations to you both. :cheers

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I thought you were joking!  Well done, that man - and woman!  Congratulations.  :doublethumb



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Knowing Dave, I think he WAS joking....:mutley:mutley

His comment "My wife is pregnant" is probably referring to the usual tales in Grand Designs, not the addition of lots of little Tetleys.

.....but on the other hand....:thumbs

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georgejacksongenius wrote:

Well done that man,(and woman!!!).Lets hope its a boy and he's into railways!!!
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Cheers,John.B.:thumbs



Nah!  Let's hope it's a girl who will be interested in railways AND can cook and sew on buttons, how useful that would be......

[Ducks behind wall and scurries off...]

Felicitations to you both,

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Girls can be interested in railways too. :thumbs:mutley

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Gentlemen.

 

Please give me more credit! When the current Mrs Shakespeare and I got married in our early forties colleagues assumed we would start a new family.

WHAT with four adult kids already!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mrs S is certainly NOT pregnant. I'd rather have an enema with a length of rusty barbed wire.

Gordon S read my original comments correctly. When no other disaster can befall the Grand Designs builders A pregnant wife seems mandatory. I'm having no passengers on light duties on this building project.

Grumpy Old G-t of Ancaster.

 

 

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To  Grumpy Old G-t of Ancaster.


I am glad that has been sorted out, can't have distractions while rebuilding :exclam

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Tetley wrote: Gentlemen.



Mrs S is certainly NOT pregnant. I'd rather have an enema with a length of rusty barbed wire

 

 
ooh brings tears to the eyes..
bet you had a good laugh all the same ?

:mutley:mutley:lol::cool:

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Tetley wrote: Gentlemen.

 

Please give me more credit! When the current Mrs Shakespeare and I got married in our early forties colleagues assumed we would start a new family.

WHAT with four adult kids already!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mrs S is certainly NOT pregnant. I'd rather have an enema with a length of rusty barbed wire.

Gordon S read my original comments correctly. When no other disaster can befall the Grand Designs builders A pregnant wife seems mandatory. I'm having no passengers on light duties on this building project.

Grumpy Old G-t of Ancaster.

 

 


 

So that will be a no then......:mutley

No problem though, Mothercare have said they will take the pram back...

 

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I'd heard of this layout in New York!
Very inspiring, very evocative and Dave I share your modeling philosophy.

I cannot get enough of the station approach, it's beautiful in a industrial way (my Wife thinks I'm weird 'cos I like hanging out in places like Bayonne, New Jersey, an old industrial/dock town parts of which are, er, questionable).

Thank you for sharing on here.

Best, Pete.

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