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Feb 22, 2008
11,605
38,569
Norfolk
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Hymer B544
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Since 2004
How have we managed without it ? :crying:
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May 7, 2013
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Redcar, UK
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C Class
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On our 2nd MH now a AutoTrail Savannah which we're absolutely delighted with
I think two bricks knocked together in the right place is a far better and environmentally sustainable efficient way to do it -at least that what it bloody felt like when the clinic did it to me !
 
Jan 25, 2013
1,057
22,463
Dorchester, Dorset, UK
Funster No
24,414
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Tribute T620
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Since 1991
  • Innovative rotating 'Ball' system allows for easier chopping
  • 500 ml capacity, perfect for garlic, pesto, herbs, baby food and creaming
  • 300 W
  • Dishwasher safe polished stainless steel blades
  • Easy one touch operation with soft touch


I'll go for the last one please!!

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Dec 12, 2010
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15,596
Cumbria
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C Class
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since 2011
Lakeland Plastics is full of crap like this, they "invent" stuff to do a task that you can happily do with a decent kitchen knife, I've seen moulds for forming cornish pasties (turnip optional) too, what's wrong with cutting round a saucer then folding the pastry in half ?
 

TheBig1

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Nov 27, 2011
16,013
34,411
Dorset
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MH
A class
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many many years! since I was a kid
I think two bricks knocked together in the right place is a far better and environmentally sustainable efficient way to do it -at least that what it bloody felt like when the clinic did it to me !
also handy to get more mileage out of your camel before crossing a desert

just wait till the camel starts drinking.....sneak up behind and BANG! whack the bricks together on the camel's nuts. the camel then goes TTTTHHHHHHHHHHH! and sucks up extra water

see I do know some very clever things to do with bricks
 

Badknee

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Aug 25, 2014
6,622
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notloB
Funster No
33,046
MH
Vantage Neo
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Living the dream.
I think two bricks knocked together in the right place is a far better and environmentally sustainable efficient way to do it -at least that what it bloody felt like when the clinic did it to me !
Yes that's the quick way to do it and pain free, well unless you get your thumbs trapped between the bricks.

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