Weather warning issued as storms return

Daily Echo: More fallen trees are predicted as strong winds head for the south coast overnight. More fallen trees are predicted as strong winds head for the south coast overnight.

BATTEN down the hatches once more - gale force winds and rain are heading for Hampshire tonight.

The Met Office has issued yet another severe weather warning for tomorrow (Monday) as a looming weather front bears down on the region just days after the Christmas storms.

Gusts of up to 70mph are set to hit the county in the early hours as a low pressure front advances from the Atlantic Ocean.

The strong south westerly gales are likely to disrupt travel services throughout the morning as many people return to work.

Most of the heavy rain is likely to have eased off before it reaches Hampshire, with counties in the South West bearing the brunt of the deluge and winds easing in the afternoon.

But a second severe weather warning is in force for New Year's Day when a second bout of heavy rain hits the county at 9am and lasts throughout the day.

It comes just days after torrential rain and gale force winds brought flooding, damage and blackouts across the county.

Southern Electric Power Distribution has restored electricity to thousands of Hampshire homes hit by power cuts.

But some neighbourhoods are experiencing disruptions due to severe damage to power lines by high winds and uprooted trees.

The company is today dispatching helicopters to survey the network.

Distribution director Stuart Hogarth said engineers have worked through some of the worst conditions ever to restore power and added: “Our staff are still working in the areas affected to restore the electricity network to normal.

“We would like to thank our customers for their patience particularly at this time of year while we restored the electricity to their homes and the teams who have worked so hard.

Because of the rural nature of our area we needed many staff to reach small numbers of outlying customers.

We are now concentrating our efforts over the coming days to continue our restoration work on parts of our network which have been severely.”

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2:08pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence. Glen Wiffen

2:13pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.
The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons. Glen Wiffen

2:27pm Sun 29 Dec 13

localnews says...

Glen Wiffen wrote:
The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.
Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site
[quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.[/p][/quote]Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site localnews

2:33pm Sun 29 Dec 13

dirty face says...

fix it ya self
fix it ya self dirty face

2:38pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

dirty face wrote:
fix it ya self
Have done againnnnn lol.
[quote][p][bold]dirty face[/bold] wrote: fix it ya self[/p][/quote]Have done againnnnn lol. Glen Wiffen

3:12pm Sun 29 Dec 13

TwistedWitch says...

Maybe the 'lazy git' doesn't have cash spare to fix the fence!
Maybe the 'lazy git' doesn't have cash spare to fix the fence! TwistedWitch

3:14pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

TwistedWitch wrote:
Maybe the 'lazy git' doesn't have cash spare to fix the fence!
Hammer and nails?
[quote][p][bold]TwistedWitch[/bold] wrote: Maybe the 'lazy git' doesn't have cash spare to fix the fence![/p][/quote]Hammer and nails? Glen Wiffen

3:43pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Huffter says...

Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
[quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why? Huffter

3:49pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Zexagon says...

Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
[quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden Zexagon

3:59pm Sun 29 Dec 13

CHIMPANZEE says...

What a waste of space.
What a waste of space. CHIMPANZEE

4:09pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Letitsnow says...

Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money
Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money Letitsnow

4:27pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Zexagon wrote:
Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks!
Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden[/p][/quote]Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks! Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence. Glen Wiffen

5:36pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

CHIMPANZEE wrote:
What a waste of space.
Enough said
[quote][p][bold]CHIMPANZEE[/bold] wrote: What a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Enough said Glen Wiffen

5:37pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Been over a year lol.
[quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Been over a year lol. Glen Wiffen

5:38pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

localnews wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.
Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site
How many times?
[quote][p][bold]localnews[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.[/p][/quote]Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site[/p][/quote]How many times? Glen Wiffen

5:40pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Letitsnow wrote:
Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money
I too have young kids...don't want them blinded by disease dog dirt can carry.
[quote][p][bold]Letitsnow[/bold] wrote: Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money[/p][/quote]I too have young kids...don't want them blinded by disease dog dirt can carry. Glen Wiffen

5:42pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

localnews wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.
Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site
A decent person would take care of it anyway!
[quote][p][bold]localnews[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.[/p][/quote]Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site[/p][/quote]A decent person would take care of it anyway! Glen Wiffen

6:15pm Sun 29 Dec 13

localnews says...

Glen Wiffen wrote:
localnews wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.
Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site
A decent person would take care of it anyway!
Probably so,but then the "decent" thing would be to sort it out between the two of you,not bleat about it on here,that's hardly decent is it ?? sound's like your well suited as neighbours
[quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]localnews[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.[/p][/quote]Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site[/p][/quote]A decent person would take care of it anyway![/p][/quote]Probably so,but then the "decent" thing would be to sort it out between the two of you,not bleat about it on here,that's hardly decent is it ?? sound's like your well suited as neighbours localnews

6:30pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

localnews wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
localnews wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.
Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site
A decent person would take care of it anyway!
Probably so,but then the "decent" thing would be to sort it out between the two of you,not bleat about it on here,that's hardly decent is it ?? sound's like your well suited as neighbours
True....still waiting!
[quote][p][bold]localnews[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]localnews[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: The fence is still laying in ruins with next door's dog running free in the garden since christmas eve as the lazy git has still done sod all about it. Things could be worse but Sorry to all those whose Christmas it also ruined for obvious reasons.[/p][/quote]Have the bottle to say something to him instead of ranting on the echo site[/p][/quote]A decent person would take care of it anyway![/p][/quote]Probably so,but then the "decent" thing would be to sort it out between the two of you,not bleat about it on here,that's hardly decent is it ?? sound's like your well suited as neighbours[/p][/quote]True....still waiting! Glen Wiffen

6:56pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Niel says...

Glen Wiffen wrote:
Letitsnow wrote:
Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money
I too have young kids...don't want them blinded by disease dog dirt can carry.
Dog dirt can be infected if the dogs not been wormed, cats however are almost impossible to worm effectively and a much more likely infection source...
[quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letitsnow[/bold] wrote: Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money[/p][/quote]I too have young kids...don't want them blinded by disease dog dirt can carry.[/p][/quote]Dog dirt can be infected if the dogs not been wormed, cats however are almost impossible to worm effectively and a much more likely infection source... Niel

7:26pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Niel wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Letitsnow wrote:
Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money
I too have young kids...don't want them blinded by disease dog dirt can carry.
Dog dirt can be infected if the dogs not been wormed, cats however are almost impossible to worm effectively and a much more likely infection source...
R u a vet?
[quote][p][bold]Niel[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letitsnow[/bold] wrote: Most of my street have fences down , but they all have young kids .... Money money money[/p][/quote]I too have young kids...don't want them blinded by disease dog dirt can carry.[/p][/quote]Dog dirt can be infected if the dogs not been wormed, cats however are almost impossible to worm effectively and a much more likely infection source...[/p][/quote]R u a vet? Glen Wiffen

7:54pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Thanks for the thoughts and banter today folks....good interesting feedback! Happy New Year!
Thanks for the thoughts and banter today folks....good interesting feedback! Happy New Year! Glen Wiffen

8:06pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Huffter says...

Glen Wiffen wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks!
Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.
Very difficult to work out the logic when you don't tell the full story in the first place. Sorry but crystal balls are in short supply!
[quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden[/p][/quote]Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks! Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.[/p][/quote]Very difficult to work out the logic when you don't tell the full story in the first place. Sorry but crystal balls are in short supply! Huffter

8:52pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Glen Wiffen says...

Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks!
Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.
Very difficult to work out the logic when you don't tell the full story in the first place. Sorry but crystal balls are in short supply!
Can see that....people just thought fence was the problem...you passed the test though.
[quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden[/p][/quote]Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks! Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.[/p][/quote]Very difficult to work out the logic when you don't tell the full story in the first place. Sorry but crystal balls are in short supply![/p][/quote]Can see that....people just thought fence was the problem...you passed the test though. Glen Wiffen

9:33pm Sun 29 Dec 13

Zexagon says...

Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks!
Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.
Very difficult to work out the logic when you don't tell the full story in the first place. Sorry but crystal balls are in short supply!
The dog running free bit was in one of his early posts. Logical :-)
[quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden[/p][/quote]Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks! Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.[/p][/quote]Very difficult to work out the logic when you don't tell the full story in the first place. Sorry but crystal balls are in short supply![/p][/quote]The dog running free bit was in one of his early posts. Logical :-) Zexagon

11:01pm Sun 29 Dec 13

iow-is-red-and-white says...

The time it has taken to write your initial post and then make so many clever retorts you could have rebuilt the fence. So my Xmas advice to you Wiffy is to stop being such a know it all, get off your comfy chair and deal with it.
The time it has taken to write your initial post and then make so many clever retorts you could have rebuilt the fence. So my Xmas advice to you Wiffy is to stop being such a know it all, get off your comfy chair and deal with it. iow-is-red-and-white

11:56pm Sun 29 Dec 13

gristle says...

It used to be called 'wet and windy' weather. And a bit of dogshit-- what's that got to with it ?
It used to be called 'wet and windy' weather. And a bit of dogshit-- what's that got to with it ? gristle

11:34am Mon 30 Dec 13

For pity sake says...

Glen Wiffen wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks!
Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.
Anyone who owns a cat deserves all they get...
[quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden[/p][/quote]Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks! Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.[/p][/quote]Anyone who owns a cat deserves all they get... For pity sake

2:41pm Mon 30 Dec 13

Zexagon says...

For pity sake wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
Huffter wrote:
Glen Wiffen wrote:
Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.
If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?
Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden
Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks!
Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.
Anyone who owns a cat deserves all they get...
Yes I'll have pea fritter and chips with salt and vinegar
[quote][p][bold]For pity sake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huffter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Glen Wiffen[/bold] wrote: Guess that's why the lazy git next door has not yet bothered to attempt to replace the fence.[/p][/quote]If it's his fence, it's up to him when he chooses to replace it... nothing to do with you unless, by way of a neighbourly gesture, you offer to do it for him. And, surprisingly, lots of DIY stores have sold out of fence panels at the moment - wonder why?[/p][/quote]Probably has got something to do with him if his neighbours dog is running in his garden[/p][/quote]Got to say it......you are the smartest person on here. Thanks! Yes it entered our conservatory Christmas day evening where our cat was which was attacked previously in the summer by a dog and was helping itself to the food. Thanks for working out the logic mate and not all the peeps thinking I was just thinking of an old fence.[/p][/quote]Anyone who owns a cat deserves all they get...[/p][/quote]Yes I'll have pea fritter and chips with salt and vinegar Zexagon

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