Shite that I don't need

jemgee

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I paid £300 in 1998 for an ATB with Shimano 3x7 gears so I could get fit ha ha. Then an air saddle cos it it was so damned uncomfortable. Used it about 10 times. Because of tempus fugit I then found I had osteoarthritis in lower spine and knees so couldn't peddle for more than 5 minutes. So I thought a £300 electric motor drive would help out. It doesn't - cos I can't get both feet on the peddles now.

Any one care to make an offer...........please
 
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Mike X

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Haha , yes , got the dash cam still in its box in the garage , trailing wires really annoy me and can’t be arssd to get it hard wired .
I tend to start collecting tools and parts ready to do a task then end up taking it to a garage because either the weather or time is against me .
Usually someone needs a lift somewhere or it starts raining , I have some great tools though .
 

GeoffCapes

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Where do I start?

Basically various amounts of shite I've bought in Aldi/Lidl and thought "that'll come in handy one day" and thus has never been used and (most of which) is still in the box.
 

CatmanV2

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It's worse when you buy a tool to do a job. Then as you're doing that job you find the tool you bought when you originally thought about doing the job, and never unwrapped because you never did the job.....

C
 

bigbob

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Where do I start?

Basically various amounts of shite I've bought in Aldi/Lidl and thought "that'll come in handy one day" and thus has never been used and (most of which) is still in the box.
You mean when in the same shop you buy ski goggles, flippers and another power drill...all on special.
 

lifes2short

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It's worse when you buy a tool to do a job. Then as you're doing that job you find the tool you bought when you originally thought about doing the job, and never unwrapped because you never did the job.....

C
:lol: that sounds very familiar
 

outrun

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Get one Adam, you know you need it in your life.

(PS It's not my money therefore this cannot be viewed as professional advice. Any decisions are made entirely at your own risk. There shall be no right of remedy, nor arbitration. The Purchaser's decision is final and irreversible. Nothing in this comment stops the Purchaser from disposing of the item via Ebay or other means for a fraction of its original purchase price.)
 

midlifecrisis

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On A similar vein, in my cavernous garage I have lots of racking that was only going to go into the skip at work. So now I have to buy stuff to justify the racking... or you lot can help me: Please send me your shi!te and I'll store it for you...
 

allandwf

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I did manage to declutter quite well once. My ex wife's solicitor wrote into the agreement that any property left after said date became my exs. "when are you coming to get the rest of your shte?" I think you'll find that's YOUR shte now. :)
 

Spartacus

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You should have left her a turd on a plate in the fridge as well . And yes i do know someone who did that :D
 

CatmanV2

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I did manage to declutter quite well once. My ex wife's solicitor wrote into the agreement that any property left after said date became my exs. "when are you coming to get the rest of your shte?" I think you'll find that's YOUR shte now. :)
Oh well played!

C
 

CatmanV2

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On A similar vein, in my cavernous garage I have lots of racking that was only going to go into the skip at work. So now I have to buy stuff to justify the racking... or you lot can help me: Please send me your shi!te and I'll store it for you...
Send me your racking and I'll look after it for you ;)

C
 

2b1ask1

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Mercury is fetching around £50 per lb at the moment I believe so best part of a grands worth probably...