Roof panel bags (again)

Roof panel bags (again)

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Chrissy B 600

5 posts

32 months

Monday 18th April 2016
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Hi guys, Mike's sister here. smile Loving the photos.

phillpot

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14,489 posts

119 months

Monday 18th April 2016
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Hi Chris, didn't fancy the Forum name "Bag Lady" then ? biggrin

Chrissy B 600

5 posts

32 months

Monday 18th April 2016
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Cheeky, only my OLDER brother can get away with a suggestion like that smile

Barry S1

1,689 posts

125 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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Mike said he did all the hard work wink

Chrissy B 600

5 posts

32 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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Mike is just my gofer, driving Team work, but I am the one with the talent smile
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Oldred_V8S

3,410 posts

174 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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Chrissy B 600 said:
Cheeky, only my OLDER brother can get away with a suggestion like that smile
That'll be your "much" older brother will it Chris?

By the way, many thanks for the roof bags, they are excellent!

mk1fan

9,401 posts

161 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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I don't know how you guys carry a spare wheel, roof panels, emergency spares and luggage in your boots.

phillpot

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14,489 posts

119 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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Chrissy B 600 said:
I am the one with the talent smile
Best fire up that talent little sis, looks like "we" need two more wheel covers!

glenrobbo

12,467 posts

86 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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mk1fan said:
I don't know how you guys carry a spare wheel, roof panels, emergency spares and luggage in your boots.
That's easy Stewart! With the roof off, the sky's the limit!

However, the problems arise when you have to factor "lady luggage" into the equation.
Research has shown that there are two solutions:
1. A giant articulated Pantechnicon. Or:
2. A long scarf and an old Police emergency telephone call box.

( See Niiige if you are considering option 2. I believe he has contacts. wink

glenrobbo

12,467 posts

86 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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MisterTee

247 posts

45 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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glenrobbo said:
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Nicely finished off there and excellent attention to detail - lol hehe


Chrissy B 600

5 posts

32 months

Tuesday 19th April 2016
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phillpot said:
Best fire up that talent little sis, looks like "we" need two more wheel covers!
Cut out and ready to sew, sorry I can't finish them tonight but the machine makes the dog next door bark and that keeps Phil awake and that is not good for me nono However as I am so much younger than you I will be up at the crack of dawn to put in a full day on the machine tomorrow smile

phillpot

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14,489 posts

119 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Chrissy B 600 said:
I will be up at the crack of dawn to put in a full day on the machine tomorrow smile
Wakey wakey.............. wink

Barry S1

1,689 posts

125 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Old people always get up early don't they

glenrobbo

12,467 posts

86 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Barry S1 said:
Old people always get up early don't they
It's best for them to get up around 04:45 to go to the bathroom before the leaking starts. Then they can go back to bed for a few more hours of sleep without having to worry about incontinence.

glenrobbo

12,467 posts

86 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Chrissy B 600 said:
phillpot said:
Best fire up that talent little sis, looks like "we" need two more wheel covers!
Cut out and ready to sew, sorry I can't finish them tonight but the machine makes the dog next door bark and that keeps Phil awake and that is not good for me nono However as I am so much younger than you I will be up at the crack of dawn to put in a full day on the machine tomorrow smile
I can't begin to imagine the hellish conditions that poor Chrissy and the rest of the child slave labourers have to endure in that Phillpot sweatshop. It's not the noise of the machines that causes the fierce rabid guard dogs to bark and gnash their teeth, but the menacing shouting of those gangmaster bullies as they prowl about whipping any poor child that looks like they may fail to meet their quota for the 18 hour day. frown



But it's well worth it for those quality roof panel bags and wheel covers smile

Edited by glenrobbo on Wednesday 20th April 10:25

Oldred_V8S

3,410 posts

174 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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glenrobbo said:
Chrissy B 600 said:
phillpot said:
Best fire up that talent little sis, looks like "we" need two more wheel covers!
Cut out and ready to sew, sorry I can't finish them tonight but the machine makes the dog next door bark and that keeps Phil awake and that is not good for me nono However as I am so much younger than you I will be up at the crack of dawn to put in a full day on the machine tomorrow smile
I can't begin to imagine the hellish conditions that poor Chrissy and the rest of the child slave labourers have to endure in that Phillpot sweatshop. It's not the noise of the machines that causes the fierce rabid guard dogs to bark and gnash their teeth, but the menacing shouting of those Range Rover driving, gangmaster bullies as they prowl about whipping any poor child that looks like they may fail to meet their quota for the 18 hour day. frown



But it's well worth it for those quality roof panel bags and wheel covers smile

Edited by glenrobbo on Wednesday 20th April 10:25
Fixed that for you Glen. Like you say though, no complaints about the standard of the workmanship thumbup

Chrissy B 600

5 posts

32 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Thanks for the support guys smile

glenrobbo

12,467 posts

86 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Oldred_V8S said:
Fixed that for you Glen. Like you say though, no complaints about the standard of the workmanship thumbup
Thanks Paul, but I feel I should point out that not all Range Rover drivers are gangmaster bullies. Some are footballers' wives or murderers. Or tow horse boxes. Or all three.

glenrobbo

12,467 posts

86 months

Wednesday 20th April 2016
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Chrissy B 600 said:
Thanks for the support guys.
Ah. I wondered where that had gone. Please could I have it back Chrissie?

Sorry but I need it because of my problem.