Anyone use Ebay?

#5
Well I just spotted this disturbing advert on the bottom of the Forums page...

Don't tell Sussex2......



It seems ebay can feed those passions other websites cannot reach... :biggrin:
 
#12
Whoever has the winning bid for the Nottingham is gonna be disappointed. They wont receive their item very quickly, even using paypal as according to the Pompey press she's just deployed !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :crybaby:
The seller will end up with crap feed back :thebirdman:
 
#13
Sarge, I'm still hunting for one of those plastic boats I used to be fascinated with in the bath as a child... you blew or sucked on a tube depending upon whether you wanted the grey plastic micro-submarine to float or submerge.
 

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#14
thingy said:
Sarge, I'm still hunting for one of those plastic boats I used to be fascinated with in the bath as a child... you blew or sucked on a tube depending upon whether you wanted the grey plastic micro-submarine to float or submerge.
There's shops and specialised website for people like you... 8O :tongue3:
 
#15
sgtpepperband said:
thingy said:
Sarge, I'm still hunting for one of those plastic boats I used to be fascinated with in the bath as a child... you blew or sucked on a tube depending upon whether you wanted the grey plastic micro-submarine to float or submerge.
There's shops and specialised website for people like you... 8O :tongue3:
I bought one that submerges and floats in the bath when I went to the submarine museum the other week. Runs on baking powder I think. Anyway I have it on my desk at work not in my bath ... :clap:
 
#16
golden_rivet said:
I bought one that submerges and floats in the bath when I went to the submarine museum the other week. Runs on baking powder I think. Anyway I have it on my desk at work not in my bath ... :clap:
Wow! Was it a small plastic one, with a retaining bung to hold the baking powder in? Way back in the dim and distant past, Kelloggs used to put one in every box of corn flakes, and I'm pretty sure one was featured on "Blue Peter" being demonstrated in the SETT at Dolphin. Anyone else remember these? (You'd need to be an old git like me though I suspect!)
 
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