Secret Room 2 ....... "Nazi Bunker"

Secret Room 2 ....... "Nazi Bunker"

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dan1981

13,276 posts

129 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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superb thread......you might want to get in touch with the daily mail...... just in case there are any old diaries laying around.....

Blib

33,823 posts

127 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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I love the way the previous owner balanced a mahoosive boulder precariously infront of the concealed entrance ready to overbalance and crush any unsuspecting adventurers. smile

Reminds me of something!

scratchchin



Deltaf01 was right!!!

Don1

12,805 posts

138 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Superb work - this sort of stuff makes men, real men!

Blues

8,544 posts

149 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Take care to wear a mask and breathing apparatus when you do break through - remember the curse of Tutankamun eek

Taita

6,005 posts

133 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Irish said:
deevlash said:
yay! Im going to like this thread, its got diggers, nazis, tunnels, an annoyed wife, pictures and even an mx5! biggrin
Potential PH Thread of the Year.........
Agreed! Stuff like this is really interesting smile
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Mr Trophy

6,587 posts

133 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Excellent!

However I do have one question.. Do you need to inform the council what you're doing?

You know what the goverment / council are like these days rolleyes

Edited by Mr Trophy on Friday 6th June 09:56

Nic Jones

6,245 posts

150 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Xenocide said:
Ooooooooh good work that man. Bookmarked.
yes I have too, I love stuff like this biggrin

Xenocide said:
Also award for missing the point of a post goes to lotusryan our new resident troll/attention we.
EFA

hugoagogo

22,105 posts

163 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Angelique

510 posts

121 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Great looking property you have there - and a cool thread.

mouseymousey

2,516 posts

167 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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CY88 said:
My wife was actually fairly excited too once I'd explained, and was more annoyed that I hadn't waited for her to be there. Her first comments were...

"So you haven't been at work today then?" followed by "They don't leave things very tidy do they?"

The latter comment may also have had something to do with the "practice" holes we dug in another part of the garden, so as to get a hang of operating the digger smile
"Practice holes" - Genius biggrin

Roo.

11,081 posts

137 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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CY88 said:
"So you haven't been at work today then?"
How did that conversation with work go then?

"Hi, I won't be coming in today. No, nothing wrong, I'm just going to dig a huge whole in my garden looking for a buried tunnel."

rude-boy

21,902 posts

163 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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CY88 said:
"So you haven't been at work today then?" followed by "They don't leave things very tidy do they?"

The latter comment may also have had something to do with the "practice" holes we dug in another part of the garden, so as to get a hang of operating the digger smile
Come on man, they weren't practice holes! "Those love are to sink the new pond into you were saying you'd love. Thought I'd get the important bit done first you know." "Oh, you didn't want a new pond there? Ahh, oh well, I’ll fill it in when I’ve just done this..."


Ejit fo spulin


Edited by rude-boy on Friday 6th June 10:04

GTO Scott

3,599 posts

154 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Excellent thumbup

Bookmarked yes

Fatboy

7,492 posts

202 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Xenocide said:
Also award for missing the point of a post goes to lotusryan.
I think he's either a total cretin or an unusual troll...

Fatboy

7,492 posts

202 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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This is brilliant - good to see some exploration biggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin

Looking forward to the weekend's progress...

Justayellowbadge

36,858 posts

172 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Xenocide said:
Also award for missing the point of a post goes to lotusryan.
rofl

I missed that. There is genius in his work, it has to be admitted.

Who the hell responds to "I have a Nazi bunker in my garden!" with "Wow, nice Range Rover, I've got an MX5"?

Brilliant.

oobster

6,063 posts

141 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Fatboy said:
Xenocide said:
Also award for missing the point of a post goes to lotusryan.
I think he's either a total cretin or an unusual troll...
Or both. Probably.

Adenauer

16,972 posts

166 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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Mr Trophy said:
Excellent!

However I do have one question.. Do you need to inform the council what you're doing?

You know what the goverment / council are like these days rolleyes

Edited by Mr Trophy on Friday 6th June 09:56
NO, nonononononono, don't involve any of them or this will all go wrong. Please don't inform any sort council or any other nanny state busy body jobsworth, please smile

Edited by Adenauer on Friday 6th June 10:15

steven182

1,886 posts

131 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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CY88 said:
The latter comment may also have had something to do with the "practice" holes we dug in another part of the garden, so as to get a hang of operating the digger smile
Lol practice holes.

Great thread =]

Chris71

21,358 posts

172 months

Friday 6th June 2008
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First thread on PH I've book marked (although that is partly cos I've never noticed the button before...)

Very Indiana Jones - you even have a large, roughly spherical boulder to roll down the hill after you (or possibly just 'into the MX5'). All you need now is a whip and an annoying Chinese kid for plucky comic relief.


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