missing solar lights

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  1. robnchris

    robnchris Funster

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    Just bought 16 small solar lights for our garden, our son is getting married and we are having a party in the garden so thought they would light up the pathways etc.

    Set them all up last Friday and thought they don`t look half bad, looked out the window last night and thought bloody hell it`s dark out there, they can`t have all failed, some bugger had nipped in the garden and pinched them all.

    Can`t understand how they saw them as we live behind a high wall and when we aren`t here the gate is locked...
    Is anything safe these days, hope the buggers twisted their ankle climbing over the wall. If I ever catch them.:boxing::swear:
     
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    movan Funster Life Member

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    Hi Rob and Chris, This might be be The Great Train Robbery in terms of monetary value but doesn't half get your goat doesn't it:Angry:

    Someone climbed over my side gate (six foot high) and stole my biggest goldfish from the pond .... they took the net off the top ... left a footprint in some soil I had dug up that day and left the net nearby..... How did they know he was the biggest and how did they see in the dark :Angry: (must have borrowed your lights, eh?)

    Let's hope the lights were faulty and don't work.

    PS Hope the wedding goes well for you. :)
     
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    That's awful..
    The world is full of scallywags.

    Have you looked on e-bay for your goldfish Joy?
    :Wink:


     
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    Thieves stole some plants (large Ferns) from a colleagues garden earlier this year but the silly b*gg*rs planted them in their own garden about 10 doors away then said to the police that they had found them:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    cheeky gits

    There is just no end to the brazen hardfaced attitude of some of these people, thing that gets me the most is the police don`t or won`t take any action against them because it`s just not worth it but if you took any kind of retribution against this scum the old police would soon be knocking on your door. :swear:
     
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    It seems now if you want it you just take it.
     
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    I would much sooner give someone something than have it stolen you feel so angry after
     
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    Sorry to hear about the light fingered tow rags. (Pun intended)
    But I really am sorry. Nothing is safe these days anywhere.
    Some git stole my mothers sausage dog a few years ago, it was a randy little rat but she loved it and it brike her heart. Sadly Mother stole away this time last year and we loved her too (she was 86).
     
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    Every body blaming everyone. Do you not know it is the little ones taking them to illuminate the treacle mines. EEE bless their little socks:Rofl1:

    Don
     
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