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Old 08-10-2017, 03:20 AM
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Plan for today painting the ceiling, exciting stuff haha

Have just enough paint left I think (I hope) have a great day everyone
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Old 08-10-2017, 03:43 AM
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Painting is good.

Getting plastered is not.

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Painting is good.

Getting plastered is not.

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Hahahaha yes very good
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Go, you!
I have painted more ceilings than I can count. Tough job, but the end result is clean and neat.
Brilliant!
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Yes Maudcat tough job but lovely seeing the end result, we are renovating our new home at the mo, can't wait to have our new kitchen fitted, we are cooking with Bbq and microwave at the present time, I am itching to do some baking with the kids they love it
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Oops, that's kind of big! Sorry!

EDIT: Fixed it!
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haha I was wondering lol
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Nonsencical would love to be that creative, but my ceiling is just white lol
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No fun in paintilg ceilings I must admit bit you will be chuffed when its done .
I done a whole load of painting 4 weeks ago ,mostly satin white skirtings and thresholds . Laid a new vinyl floor covering in the bathroom which is a challenge as i,m as stiff as a rocking horse . painted the whole kithcen with satin emulsion and the bathroom ceiling . All this took 4 days and I felt exhausted but pleased , of course at that time i was still on the sauce so rewarded myself with a few tins of lager ,what a muppet .
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That used to be me, now my reward is a lolly or a nice cup of tea and a piece of choclate
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Good good long may it continue . After our early dinner I indulged in a small bag of minstrels .
Isnt it strange how I thought of a drink as a reward ,F##k me ive done that on and off for 40 years its nuts .
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I love minstrels, havent had them in years, yes it is nuts the way we think sometimes
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Good for you mummy and may I ask, what's a minstrel? And is a lolly a sucker? (i'm a silly American lol)
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Good luck! Hopefully you're painting with rollers.
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Jezzi minstrels are choclate sweets similar to m&ms without the nuts and a lolly reffering to an ice lolly on a stick
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upstairs I am using rollers brushes the lot ha
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Mintrels are little choc discs with a thin candy shell ,once the choc melts your munching the candy bit for a minute or two . Yes a lolly is a sucker , you suck on a lolly or sometimes called a lollypop . We talk about icecream lollies too or just any iced fruit on a stick as a lolly ( ice lolly ) lol .
MummyTo2 I loved the galaxy counters better the ones without the crispy shell .
My neice is living in Florida with her American husband and when my sister goes out there twice a year they take a supply of the old UK faves ,even HP brown sauce ( not for the minstrels or lollies ) .
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Thomas youre making me hungry now, yes brown sauce on bacon sandwiches yummmmm
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