On Tue, 29 Jun 2021 23:23:18 +0100, Sam Plusnet <***@home.com> scrawled in
Post by Sam Plusnet Post by Mike McMillan Post by Sam Plusnet Post by Mike McMillan
I occasionally use washing soda and white vinegar to clean the plug ‘oles
and drains in the kitchen and bathroom; smells like a ‘sore finger’ for a
few hours after…
Have you used any TCP in the last year? There's an easy way to tell.
Nope, why - does it glow bright pink or summat?
Toddle Pip, Mike McMillan
If you can't smell the stuff, no-one has used any, within the last year,
and within a 50 metre radius.
Thank you for a memory which still makes me smile, if not laugh out loud.
Travelling with Ray along a main road in Wiltshire behind a rather tatty
white van, I asked him if he could smell paraffin. He, being slightly deaf,
said 'P A R A...' at which point I laughed and said, rather louder
'Smell!'. At which point we both burst out laughing before he suggested
that's what the van was running on.
A few years later, while driving into town here, I asked if he could smell
TCP - he looked at me and we both burst out laughing.
Annoyed by The Archers since 1959