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Noreen, Board Moderator

Delia's bakeware range

But James, Silverwoods tins are decent! They conduct the heat in a way others just can't.

I don't understand why you are reluctant to give your tins a quick wash and put them away?
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JAMES

Delia's bakeware range.


"But James, Silverwoods tins are decent! They conduct the heat in a way others just can't.

I don't understand why you are reluctant to give your tins a quick wash and put them away?
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Because you don't get a dog and bark yourself! Its just stupid in this day and age.

I will not wash ANYTHING up. If it won't go into the dishwasher, it simply does not get house room.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Delia's bakeware range

woof woof....

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sam from worthing

delias bakeware & james


have you heard of a funny inventioon called "marigolds".....they are fantastic invention also known as rubber gloves....

perfect for protecting your hands that do dishes........

you are a funny sort, which makes me love you even more.

my last house, i actually sold my dishwasher with my house as i hated it - and rarely used it.

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JAMES

Delia's bakeware range.


"woof woof...."


Meow! Ha ha ha!!!

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JAMES

Delia's bakeware range.

Of course I've heard of them, Sam. But I do detest them. THry make your hands small funny and the smell does not go away for ages, even with washing them intensively.

Awful things!

I do not wash up for ANYONE!

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sam from worthing

poor delias bakeware & james..


washing up is actually quite theraputic (sp). esp after a big event and the other half and other blokes does it for you...cooks perk!

i find it like ironing - a fairly ok chore, which i do not regard as a chore.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

James..

You just told that poor soul on the other forum off for shouting, cos they had their caps lock on - and here you are with your words in capitals...

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JAMES

Sam!

I consider ironing as the most pointless waste of time in existence!

I do not iron anything. Everything comes out of the machine and popped onto a hanger. Job done.

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JAMES

Knorr!


"You just told that poor soul on the other forum off for shouting, cos they had their caps lock on - and here you are with your words in capitals... "
I think one word is slightly different to a paragraph!!! LOL!

XX

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Saffy

James!!!

"THry make your hands small funny and the smell does not go away for ages, even with washing them intensively."

I can't believe you're gay!!!!

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Gravy Queen

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Must admit I like the idea of just being able to give them a quick wash and put them away, not every single thing is suitable for the dishwasher anyway . I do love my dishwasher but don't mind washing the odd thing up now and again .

I do have lovely rubber gloves from Lakeland, prob shouldn't get this excited about rubber gloves, um, but they are fab .

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Gravy Queen

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And off on a tangent (feel free to delete Nor) but I don't think anyone who unknowingly /unwittingly uses caps lock should be told off by other users on any forum, even if you are trying to be helpful. You could just hit it by accident or some people may just be getting to grips with pcs and forum etiquette . Nor has changed posts to put it back into lower case so leave to to her .

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Georgia

I agree Gravy Queen

Not really necessary to tell someone off for it is it?

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Linzechris

GQ's comment

I also agree that no one should be 'told off'. It seems so unfriendly and bitchy and could easily put new posters off coming on here.

 
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