quick question

#1
hi... just a question about the coat hangers is it best to take wooden ones. also should i just take all the same or a couple of clip hanger ones for my trousers. Not long now wooo :). Cheers
 
#2
No just a hammer and a few nails.
They love improvisation at Raleigh, sort of stops 'em feeling they've seen it all before.
 
#5
Girls are expected to wear tousers!!? They'll be getting the vote next!
Take a variety, wire, wood, collapseable and or nails, nobody ever failed for trying too hard you know.
 
#6
thanks for the informative info guys. p.s im a girl.
In that case make sure it isn't a very heavy hammer/iron.
If an item is not on the kit to bring list, I would think it a strong possibility that it is not an essential to bring.
If you feel that any omissions might be required as "extras" then feel free.:-D
 
#10
I got my mate to knock me up a couple of carbon composite ones, they are awesome and can take the weight of pretty much all my clothes. They weren't cheap but I was the envy of the whole division.
 
#11
I got my mate to knock me up a couple of carbon composite ones, they are awesome and can take the weight of pretty much all my clothes. They weren't cheap but I was the envy of the whole division.
Yes I've known men kill for coathangers.:confused5::evil4::sad3:
:laughing2::laughing2:
 
#18
On the subject of coat hangers, take a wire one and some pliers. You can make yourself a nifty little gadget which hooks around the pipe in the shower at Raleigh and holds the on button in place, that way you don't have to press it in every 5 seconds while you are trying to have a dhobi. The back classed lad in our division was worshipped like a God after he taught us this magical trick.

Of all the things I learned at Raleigh, for some reason that is what sticks in my mind most.
 
#19
Porkies, his cousin in Pompey collected debts owed by Jack, so you nicking his coathangers would have you in his curry instaed of one of the feral Sembawang cats. :laughing2:
I still have them with peanut dry cleaning crystal clear on the side.
Seems his cousin was a bit remiss.
But then again we had Dabbers Bro, so no probmento.:-D
 
#20
The dit as I heard it, oriental gent enters the Fleece in Commercial Road and has a good look round all the punters, comes back 30 mins later and spots his prize, ''Yu owe cousin Peanut 30 dolla dry cleen'', victim is stumped and hands over a fiver.
 

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