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  1. #21
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    Jo

    I'll bid 51.00



    Diny

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    Hey Miss Whiplash,

    Is this the new you then ? :hopeso


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    All these cooking utensils and then the bidding has given me an idea:

    Attractive cook 26 comes with own tools, can cook all cusines and cleans occasionally as well. I wil take paypal and send her by recoreded delivery UK only once in a lifetime chance.

    No refunds or returns so bid carefully


    Starting bid 0.99



    Dan

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    DAN!!!

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    These emoticons are getting sillier by the minute.

    55 ..............Your turn Diny.

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    what d'ya mean silly smileys


    Dan


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    Now now Dan. I would not expect to see that sort of thing on the BBC, so you really shoul`dnt be putting it on here. There may be kiddies looking in.

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    I don't know what they're talking about?


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    Just back onto kitchen gadgets.

    Has anyone bought or has anyone researched the possiblity of a yoghurt maker here in NZ?

    They seem very popular, my Mum even tells me 50% of households in NZ have one, but do they use them?

    Are they cost effective? My boys love yoghurts, but they are not cheap in NZ as they are in UK and they tend to be adult sized only (or pay loads more for smaller ones!). I was just wondering if it would be more cost effective to buy one, I notice they seem to have heaps of different flavours also!!

    Anyone...

    Amanda

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    yogurt makers are cool, I bought my mum one for her birthday from LDL and she put straight in the cupboard, love ya mum

    pasta makers don't bother messy difficult and more expensive than buying it fresh, durham wheat flour, though these make you look sophisticated so you keep them on display.....to collect dust

    Sausage making attachment for kitchen aid mixer bought it for the wife for christmas (because women like cooking utensils) for kitchens :eek :eek used once and thought nay not as easy as it looks, thats still at the front of the cupboard, we got a popcorn maker in the loft and a frother machine up there too.


    as for the children, Iam sorry I will now go and punish the smiley.



    Dan

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