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chef
4th May 2011, 09:56
whatever happened to him?

Halo Jones
4th May 2011, 09:58
He got a life :ohwell

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 10:13
He got a life :ohwell

Highly recommended, much better than CUK, especially when it involves making lots of money.

:happy

norrahe
4th May 2011, 10:14
Highly recommended, much better than CUK, especially when it involves making lots of money.

:happy

You must be broke then if you're still lurking on here :eyes

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 10:15
You must be broke then if you're still lurking on here :eyes

I lurk for the odd bit of gloating and sneering.

HTH

Moscow Mule
4th May 2011, 10:23
I lurk for the odd bit of gloating and sneering.

HTH

Gloating from a residence north of the Watford Gap is not possible.

administrator
4th May 2011, 10:25
View Profile: HairyArsedBloke - Contractor UK Bulletin Board (http://forums.contractoruk.com/members/hairyarsedbloke.html)

Last activity yesterday :wave:

Hopefully too wrapped up in his business to show us his hairy :moon:

suityou01
4th May 2011, 10:28
View Profile: HairyArsedBloke - Contractor UK Bulletin Board (http://forums.contractoruk.com/members/hairyarsedbloke.html)

Last activity yesterday :wave:

Hopefully too wrapped up in his business to show us his hairy :moon:

Never understood where this data is. Can't see it on the page you linked to. :confused:

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 10:30
Gloating from a residence north of the Watford Gap is not possible.

Indeed, who wants a mansion, empty roads, breathtaking countryside, friendly people, low prices, almost non existent crime (for my postcode), and deserted sliver-sand beaches on your doorstep?

Moscow Mule
4th May 2011, 10:36
Indeed, who wants a mansion, empty roads, breathtaking countryside, friendly people, low prices, almost non existent crime (for my postcode), and deserted sliver-sand beaches on your doorstep?

If you want to live in a cultural wasteland, that's your lookout.

Those beaches are deserted for a reason!

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 10:46
If you want to live in a cultural wasteland, that's your lookout.

Those beaches are deserted for a reason!

Yes, low population density!

There are a dozen beaches to choose from.

http://www.beaconhill.co.uk/images/northumberland_beach.jpg

Moscow Mule
4th May 2011, 10:51
Yes, low population density!

There are a dozen beaches to choose from.

http://www.beaconhill.co.uk/images/northumberland_beach.jpg

I see you've picked one of the 20 days a year that it's sunny on that beach. I bet that was in the middle of winter and the temp was single figures.

I've been to the north, it's shit.

sasguru
4th May 2011, 11:02
I see you've picked one of the 20 days a year that it's sunny on that beach. I bet that was in the middle of winter and the temp was single figures.

I've been to the north, it's tulip.

The North is indeed tulipe. Rainy and cold and the people are only friendly because they're so poor they have to be.
However as Dim can't afford a decent place in London or the South East he has to psychologically big up the deprived North East.
I can just see Dim shivering in a tent on the deserted beach while the rest of us are sunning it up in our holiday homes on the Med.


:rollin::rollin::rollin:

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:06
The North is indeed tulipe. Rainy and cold and the people are only friendly because they're so poor they have to be.
However as Dim can't afford a decent place in London or the South East he has to psychologically big up the deprived North East.
I can just see Dim shivering in a tent on the deserted beach while the rest of us are sunning it up in our holiday homes on the Med.


:rollin::rollin::rollin:

Where's your "holiday home in the med" then sassy?



:rollin:

sasguru
4th May 2011, 11:09
Where's your "holiday home in the med" then sassy?



:rollin:

Currently buying one in Portugal.
Not quite the Med, especially in Oporto where we're looking, but I like it there.

HTH.

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:11
Currently buying one in Portugal.
Not quite the Med, especially in Oporto where we're looking, but I like it there.

HTH.

When the pound is at an all time low against the Euro.

:laugh

Brilliant planning!

sasguru
4th May 2011, 11:15
When the pound is at an all time low against the Euro.

:laugh

Brilliant planning!

I'm not using my GBP account. HTH

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:18
I'm not using my GBP account. HTH

Using your numbered Swiss bank account again?

:rolleyes:

Will you hop over on your superbike or take the Porsche Panamera?

:rolleyes:

sasguru
4th May 2011, 11:22
Using your numbered Swiss bank account again?

:rolleyes:

Will you hop over on your superbike or take the Porsche Panamera?

:rolleyes:

I've had a Euro account for years.
My Mazda MPS will be fine for Portugal, the bike has been sold.

HTH, poor boy.

Clippy
4th May 2011, 11:23
Indeed, who wants a mansion, empty roads, breathtaking countryside, friendly people, low prices, almost non existent crime (for my postcode), and deserted sliver-sand beaches on your doorstep?

Cough (http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/65486-question-about-nice-areas-live-surrey-west-london-area.html).

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:26
Cough (http://forums.contractoruk.com/general/65486-question-about-nice-areas-live-surrey-west-london-area.html).

Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

sasguru
4th May 2011, 11:27
From Dim's link:

http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/upload/documents/HPI_Report_Mar_11_db10pv4.pdf

The largest annual rate of house price fall is in the North East at 9.3%.
Ouch.:rollin::rollin:
Shouldn't laugh but DP just sets himself up.

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:30
From Dim's link:

http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/upload/documents/HPI_Report_Mar_11_db10pv4.pdf

The largest annual rate of house price fall is in the North East at 9.3%.
Ouch.:rollin::rollin:
Shouldn't laugh but DP just sets himself up.

I don't own a house in the NE, so :rollin: back at yer!

sasguru
4th May 2011, 11:31
I don't own a house

No we know. You can't afford one in a decent area.

:rollin::rollin::rollin:

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:32
No we know. You can't afford one in a decent area.

:rollin::rollin::rollin:

Not yet, but I will!

:rollin:

Pondlife
4th May 2011, 11:33
It's like a remake of soupy Vs incognito.

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:34
From Dim's link:

http://www1.landregistry.gov.uk/upload/documents/HPI_Report_Mar_11_db10pv4.pdf

The largest annual rate of house price fall is in the North East at 9.3%.
Ouch.:rollin::rollin:
Shouldn't laugh but DP just sets himself up.

property snake -- listings in Wandsworth -- find falling house prices in your area (http://www.propertysnake.co.uk/site/location/1004)


:rollin:

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 11:35
It's like a remake of soupy Vs incognito.

:rollin:

OwlHoot
4th May 2011, 12:03
Yes, low population density!

There are a dozen beaches to choose from.

http://www.beaconhill.co.uk/images/northumberland_beach.jpg

There's a lot of erosion on the East coast, and that looks like a typical location.

Have you been you finding the house is more and more handy for the beach each year, especially after winter storms? :rolleyes:

d000hg
4th May 2011, 12:06
The sea's flipping freezing and not too clean, but otherwise those beaches are lovely. The North's nice if you get away from the people towns.

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 12:14
The sea's flipping freezing and not too clean, but otherwise those beaches are lovely. The North's nice if you get away from the people towns.

The sea is 2 deg colder than the south coast

http://image.weather.com/web/maps/en_UK/web_intl_uk_watert_curr_720x486.jpg

d000hg
4th May 2011, 12:16
2 degrees is quite a lot when you're in single-digits.

sasguru
4th May 2011, 12:26
property snake -- listings in Wandsworth -- find falling house prices in your area (http://www.propertysnake.co.uk/site/location/1004)


:rollin:

Wandsworth is a big place, you moron.
I live in a street where there's a waiting list of cash buyers ready to pounce.

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 12:28
Wandsworth is a big place, you moron.
I live in a street where there's a waiting list of cash buyers ready to pounce.

Don't they get in the way when and your City chums want to pop out for a kebab?

MarillionFan
4th May 2011, 12:33
I PM´d him a few months back, he eventually replied to say he was cutting back his postings-interaction with CUK as he reckoned it had cost him a contract a while back.

He still logs in as a russian squirrel lover regularly though.

d000hg
4th May 2011, 12:39
I live in a street where there's a waiting list of cash buyers ready to pounce.Presumably a street popular with criminals then.

TimberWolf
4th May 2011, 12:41
2 degrees is quite a lot when you're in single-digits.

The sea temperature needs to be above about 21 degrees, unless you're covered in a layer of lard. I know someone who swims the channel and can swim in 6 degree C water, but he's almost as wide as he is tall.

d000hg
4th May 2011, 12:43
In the NE, most beach-goers do indeed have a coating of lard.

shaunbhoy
4th May 2011, 13:10
In the NE, most of the populace have a coating of lard.

FTFY

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 13:14
FTFY

Actually I've found the women to be mostly slim and very beautiful here*




*Compared to Swindon women.

Clippy
4th May 2011, 13:55
Actually I've found the women to be mostly slim and very beautiful here*




*Compared to Swindon women.

Proof please.

DimPrawn
4th May 2011, 14:30
Proof please.

Go to Swindon. It's all the proof you'll need.