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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Hooked, 11/4/18.
I used to ride one of these down my road and get onto two wheels!
WOW that was a mean trike , when stuff was made to last.
We all rushed to CNA month end to lay our grubby little paws on a copy of Smash Hits magazine all the way from the UK
to see what was hot or not in the 80's.
Yes and the 510.
Best signal reception ever!
Need I say more! Asterisk and Obelix adventures
If you had a bicycle , this was the ultimate luxury...
The light were hollow inside and all your childhood valuables were stashed there
“Sad” is an Old English word for “solid,” and the term “sad iron” is often used to distinguish the flat irons , used on the farm ,heated on the coal stove .Wished I had kept one for a door stopper
Remember ''tea trolleys'' ?
Got Mom's one , something like this .
I still have one of those irons for a doorstop, unfortunately the Aga coal stove was left when me moved, and we were never allowed to go back and fetch it when we were evicted by family.
@ARYANTO, Yes, my Mom had one too. Those were elegant days, weren't they? Drinking tea out of a realy teacup, with a delicate little biscuit on a delicate little plate on the side.
You are so right @Hooked , and @ARYANTO for bringing back some memories of my Gran and afternoon tea and biscuits or coffee with condensed milk and “soetkoekies” both served on the trolley. It just seemed to taste better in that way.
I also have to own up that I’ve turned into a Neanderthal as it’s usually a mug now with a rusk balanced on the edge though. Give me a cup now and I don’t know what to do with the saucer!