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hughie
12-09-2011, 21:33
we are taking an empty 7.5 ton van back to uk mid to end jan 2012
any one want any thing shipped reasonable costs

atlantico
12-09-2011, 21:39
can I stock it up with booze and fags ? As long as you're driving ?

Vortex Wake
12-09-2011, 21:42
can I stock it up with booze and fags ? As long as you're driving ?

'friends and family' booze and fags ?


;)

Nikki1
15-09-2011, 18:23
what a great idea

Flossieinpink
15-09-2011, 23:05
A friend has moved back to UK and we have some personal items which could do with going back to her currently stored in our apartment. A large linen basket full of stuff. Where in UK will it be going and approx cost please...cheers:)

janbee
16-09-2011, 21:43
I have a few small items over in Tenerife which I would like to possibly bring home and would like answers to the questions listed above too please.

9PLUS
16-09-2011, 22:22
This lovely bloke from the forum really nice man went back the the UK in a full van.


He took my sofa, a few bags of clothes, our bed, a mattress and some personnal items.


Has anyone seen that MAN?




THE END

skin12089
17-09-2011, 00:34
could you please take my wife money no object

Ecky Thump
17-09-2011, 08:42
This lovely bloke from the forum really nice man went back the the UK in a full van.


He took my sofa, a few bags of clothes, our bed, a mattress and some personnal items.

Has anyone seen that MAN?

THE END


What is there to worry about?

He is a forum member!
He has made one post!
He has not logged on since!

Relax in the comfort that he has your prized and valuable items.

Added after 8 minutes:


What is there to worry about?

He is a forum member!
He has made one post!
He has not logged on since!
Relax in the comfort that he has your prized and valuable items.

Well OK...He has logged on once to find out if he had a victim yet...Oops I meant to say customer, not victim!

Vortex Wake
17-09-2011, 08:56
irony*
Noun:The expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.*

Goforgold
17-09-2011, 09:07
It could be that member who wanted to 'sit' your house whilst you're away on holiday and he collected 'Cottage' ornaments!!

What was his name now? :)