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What did you take from the kitchen

Old Aug 20th 2012, 8:24 am
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I really need to thank you so much, you have been such a wonderful help.
As you all know it is getting to the scary time (8 weeks wed), we also have 2 golden retrievers that we are taking so I am trying to organise the last 30 day tests for them as well as all the house stuff/container/rent/what to take/oz accomodation etc so your posts have been a huge help.
Thank you again Tracey
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Old Aug 21st 2012, 3:08 pm
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Wheely bin anyone?
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Old Aug 22nd 2012, 4:43 am
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Wheely bin anyone?
In the kitchen?
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No, but if it was new you'd get loads in it! Do they have Wheely bins in Oz?
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Old Aug 22nd 2012, 1:55 pm
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No, but if it was new you'd get loads in it! Do they have Wheely bins in Oz?
Unfortunately yes.
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Old Aug 23rd 2012, 8:52 am
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Fairy Power spray (great for cleaning the barbie), Night Nurse cough syrup, brillo pads, Frylight (when I'm on a diet ). Bisto gravy powder, although I've seen Bisto gravy granules in Woolies recently, just wait till you try Gravox (shudder ) Leave any medicines containing codeine, they get a bit touchy with that, I've only seen it for sale over the counter up to 15mg codeine, anything over that is prescription only.
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Fairy Power spray (great for cleaning the barbie), Night Nurse cough syrup, brillo pads, Frylight (when I'm on a diet ). Bisto gravy powder, although I've seen Bisto gravy granules in Woolies recently, just wait till you try Gravox (shudder ) Leave any medicines containing codeine, they get a bit touchy with that, I've only seen it for sale over the counter up to 15mg codeine, anything over that is prescription only.
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My bread bin of all damn things!!! it has been in the shed for 5 years and has just made it into the 'take to the tip' pile
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