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WD Forte
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PostPosted: 19:04 - 10 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'll just leave this here

not judging, nor nuffin, just sayin'

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PostPosted: 21:41 - 10 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

WD Forte wrote:
I'll just leave this here

not judging, nor nuffin, just sayin'

https://www.amazon.co.uk/FIST-Grease-Numbing-Lubricant-150ml/dp/B00YCX2S56

Look at that!!
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PostPosted: 22:04 - 10 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Whats wrong with just using lard?
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PostPosted: 17:41 - 11 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nobby the Bastard wrote:
Whats wrong with just using lard?


As most vegans are getting fisted, it wouldn't sell.
Why would you want to numb your fist is the real question though.
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PostPosted: 18:09 - 11 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hong Kong Phooey wrote:

Why would you want to numb your fist is the real question though.


because then it feels like it's someone else doing it.
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PostPosted: 19:15 - 11 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

One of the tyre compressors from Lidl's car stuff week since my new bike has a 12v outlet. Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: 20:30 - 11 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

One of my lurid girlfriends from the past reckoned she had a reg that liked to be fisted with it dipped in cocaine.

I hope she charged extra.
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PostPosted: 20:35 - 11 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

hellkat wrote:
One of my lurid girlfriends from the past reckoned she had a reg that liked to be fisted with it dipped in cocaine.

I hope she charged extra.


Should this not be in Workshop forum? Thinking
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PostPosted: 21:17 - 11 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Arguably the rectum can provide a better hit from something that goes over mucus membranes like coke simply because there's more surface area in your rectum than there is, for example, up your nose.

The fisting bit rather than just having it blown up there is just pervy though.

Durty boy...
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PostPosted: 14:49 - 12 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nobby the Bastard wrote:
Arguably the rectum can provide a better hit from something that goes over mucus membranes like coke simply because there's more surface area in your rectum than there is, for example, up your nose.

The fisting bit rather than just having it blown up there is just pervy though.

Durty boy...


Apparently Rod Stewart took it up the bum. I also heard he did a lot of cocaine.
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PostPosted: 04:20 - 14 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

MCN wrote:
hellkat wrote:
One of my lurid girlfriends from the past reckoned she had a reg that liked to be fisted with it dipped in cocaine.

I hope she charged extra.


Should this not be in Workshop forum? Thinking


I'd have thought Touring and Exploration would be a better place for it...
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PostPosted: 16:16 - 15 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Logitech G29 steering wheel, pedals and gear shifter for my PS4.

Since I got Gran Tourismo 7, I've been wanting to try a force feedback wheel, suffice to say I'm not disappointed.
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PostPosted: 16:19 - 15 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

eBay person declined my offer. Crying or Very sad

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PostPosted: 17:01 - 15 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

FretGrinder wrote:
Logitech G29 steering wheel, pedals and gear shifter for my PS4.

Since I got Gran Tourismo 7, I've been wanting to try a force feedback wheel, suffice to say I'm not disappointed.

I've been giving this some stick too. Bought it in November.
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PostPosted: 12:50 - 17 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Pair of unworn, in box with tags slip-on Sketchers from the fb market place for £20.
I do like my Sketchers, they seem to last well and nothing else comes close for fluffy comfyness. Wub
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PostPosted: 18:50 - 17 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ste wrote:
eBay person declined my offer. Crying or Very sad


Calm down moneybags, I offered him a tenner Laughing
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PostPosted: 20:39 - 17 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

recman wrote:
Pair of unworn, in box with tags slip-on Sketchers from the fb market place for £20.
I do like my Sketchers, they seem to last well and nothing else comes close for fluffy comfyness. Wub


i find the design of the tread pattern causes grit to get stuck in them. a bit annoying when it happens on most walks.
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PostPosted: 21:27 - 17 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

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PostPosted: 06:17 - 21 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ordered over the last few weeks, just before and during last two weeks in hospital ...

1) V-Slot 2080 extrusion in black (4 x 1000mm)
2) C-Beam 4080 extrusion in black (4 x 1500mm)
3) M5 t-nuts, M5 x 8mm and M5 x 25mm bolts
4) V-Slot 2080 gantry plates and wheels (4 x ... not needed now, bugger!)
5) Garmin watch battery (old one seems to be working ok now, bugger!)
6) 16mm bright mild steel square bar (1000mm, trying my hand at making some carbide wood turning chisels).
7) 25ft copper and 25ft nickel plated copper brake pipe (idea for a resin/wood/pipe basin for bathroom)
8) NicPro mechanical pencil set
9) Red USB-C cable (2M)
10) Mica Powder set, for resin used in woodturning.
11) Linear guide rail 1500mm (x2) and bearings (x4)
12) Linear guide rail 1000mm (x2) and bearings (x4)
13) V-Slot 2020 corners (x20)
14) Variable temp glue gun.
15) Ice cream
16) 8" diamond lapping discs (600/1000/300 grit)
17) NVR switches with big red OFF paddles
18) Masking tape (two types, I know how to live dangerously)
19) Gaffa tape (twin pack don't ya know)
20) Hacksaw blades (used once in a purple moon)
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PostPosted: 22:47 - 21 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

to v or not to v wrote:
recman wrote:
Pair of unworn, in box with tags slip-on Sketchers from the fb market place for £20.
I do like my Sketchers, they seem to last well and nothing else comes close for fluffy comfyness. Wub


i find the design of the tread pattern causes grit to get stuck in them. a bit annoying when it happens on most walks.


Which tread pattern bud? There are lots of different types.
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PostPosted: 21:18 - 22 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

recman wrote:


Which tread pattern bud? There are lots of different types.


me and the wench both have sketchers, she has several pairs. they all seem to trap grit. sorry, i dont know if the tread pattern varies on them?
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PostPosted: 22:42 - 23 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

1) 6" inline extractor fan, moves about 320m3/h of air, hoping to use to work the vacuum bed on my CNC laser/mill.
2) 4m of 30mm x 30mm x 3mm angle iron, for creating new slimmed down bath rim (after I cut the current one off).
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PostPosted: 15:29 - 24 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tumble dryer belt, probably the 4th one I've fitted. I think the cold weather did for the old one as I moved the unit to the coal shed when the whole Burn Baby Burn, Dryer Inferno shite started.
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PostPosted: 22:36 - 24 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

1) 40 Sapele slats 50mm x 20mm x 610mm for ends of new bath I'm building a surround for.
2) Fancy new MIG/TIG/MMA welder ... big LCD screen which you set welding type, material type, thickness etc ... it does all the settings and you just weld ... for the once or twice a decade I need to weld something Twisted Evil
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PostPosted: 23:13 - 24 Jan 2023    Post subject: Reply with quote

3-in-1 charger for my phone, watch and earbuds. Tidies up the nightstand nicely.
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