What the feck have you done today?

Exige

2021 Build of the year (millennium) winner
Subscriber
Smug Guinness!! :ROFLMAO:
You bad seller 🤣 item not as described 🤷‍♂️ Comes from a pet free home…..




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NoGutsNoGlory

Elite Member
Subscriber
Yesterday now but exchanged contracts on a property I'm selling with completion on Monday.
Had an offer accepted on this for my next project while I'm waiting for planning on another one.
 

Exige

2021 Build of the year (millennium) winner
Subscriber
Yesterday now but exchanged contracts on a property I'm selling with completion on Monday.
Had an offer accepted on this for my next project while I'm waiting for planning on another one.
Nice Noobie carpet you have there 🤔 he’s having my old one ☺️
 

Robarano

2 time 'Bike of the Month' winner.
Subscriber
iPhone innit :ROFLMAO:

That reminds me about Thursday.

I had a half price deal with Virgin Media for Cable, Broadband, Phone for £58 for 18 months. I get BT Sport for the MotoGP, which was the bonus. This came to an end this week and they send me a mail saying my deal is going to £111 but I can tie in for £100 for another 18 months. As I still get BT Sport, I call them to take up the offer.

When on the phone, it turns out I had Sky Cinema 🎥, which I never knew about or used. :oops: I keep BT Sport but take Sky Cinema off and the lady I'm speaking to says they can do it for £79 plus £10 for an O2 mobile sim card. I don't want the card, but that's part of the deal and for a total of £89, I take it. 🤷‍♂️ I can just stick it in a drawer.

The reason I didn't want a sim card is that I recently bought an iPhone 13 with EE and I'm tied in for another 18 months. I'm paying £44 with a £4 discount from £48. My neighbour used to work for Orange 🍊 about 20 years ago and I've stayed with them ever since, through the switch to EE. The discount originally started at 30%, but they have gradually eroded it and remove it every time I get a new phone 📱. I always have a battle to get it put back on, although it's hardly worth having now. :mad:

Now here is where it gets strange. I put the phone down on Virgin Media and 10 mins later, I get a text from EE saying they have noticed a discount on my account I'm no longer entitled to and I will have to pay full price from this month. They will allow me to leave if I choose, as they are changing the contract, not me. :unsure:

So I call EE about their text, they tell me I'm no longer tied in. (y) I ask for a PAC code to keep my number and they start offering me things to stay. :LOL: I tell them to stick it (nicely) and get the code. I'm paid up, in fact they owe me some money. (y)

My O2 sim card arrives the next day, put it in my phone and it works with a new number. I call O2 and give me the PAC code and the next day, my old EE number is working.

So I went from £44 a month to £10. 🥳 My Virgin went from £58 to £79, but I was expecting more and can handle that.

I was quite happy yesterday,
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JAT

Elite Member
Subscriber
That reminds me about Thursday.

I had a half price deal with Virgin Media for Cable, Broadband, Phone for £58 for 18 months. I get BT Sport for the MotoGP, which was the bonus. This came to an end this week and they send me a mail saying my deal is going to £111 but I can tie in for £100 for another 18 months. As I still get BT Sport, I call them to take up the offer.

When on the phone, it turns out I had Sky Cinema 🎥, which I never knew about or used. :oops: I keep BT Sport but take Sky Cinema off and the lady I'm speaking to says they can do it for £79 plus £10 for an O2 mobile sim card. I don't want the card, but that's part of the deal and for a total of £89, I take it. 🤷‍♂️ I can just stick it in a drawer.

The reason I didn't want a sim card is that I recently bought an iPhone 13 with EE and I'm tied in for another 18 months. I'm paying £44 with a £4 discount from £48. My neighbour used to work for Orange 🍊 about 20 years ago and I've stayed with them ever since, through the switch to EE. The discount originally started at 30%, but they have gradually eroded it and remove it every time I get a new phone 📱. I always have a battle to get it put back on, although it's hardly worth having now. :mad:

Now here is where it gets strange. I put the phone down on Virgin Media and 10 mins later, I get a text from EE saying they have noticed a discount on my account I'm no longer entitled to and I will have to pay full price from this month. They will allow me to leave if I choose, as they are changing the contract, not me. :unsure:

So I call EE about their text, they tell me I'm no longer tied in. (y) I ask for a PAC code to keep my number and they start offering me things to stay. :LOL: I tell them to stick it (nicely) and get the code. I'm paid up, in fact they owe me some money. (y)

My O2 sim card arrives the next day, put it in my phone and it works with a new number. I call O2 and give me the PAC code and the next day, my old EE number is working.

So I went from £44 a month to £10. 🥳 My Virgin went from £58 to £79, but I was expecting more and can handle that.

I was quite happy yesterday,
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Can you repeat that please Rob, I’m lost….
 

Don Kiddick

Well-known member
Subscriber
Now that is a nice photo. What’s the location?
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If you come down the main drag through Potes to the T-junction at the bottom and turn right, it’s a viewing platform at the top of the hill, ride round the wall at the end of the car park and Bob is your Aunts Husband…
The road surface changes dramatically about two thirds of the way up the hill when it passes into a different district
 

WAYNE

Bike Photo of the Year winner 2021
Subscriber
Today i watched Motogp qualifying for tomorrow's racing, the weather today at Le Mans is really nice and sunny but rain forecast for Sunday, so possible wet racing.
I'm now pissing about on the Xbox and waiting for Guinness O'clock, today it can't come quick enough!!
 
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