I have nowhere to put a shed. My garden is a 1 in 10 slope. It is literally the side of the mountain. I have a tiny flat are that's been dug out for my man cave.
You need to start going Grandpa Simpson on her next time she asks you a simple question.At breakfast, I mention to SWMBO that on my last visit to a nearby Sainsburys, I had noticed a donation bin for Oxfam, requesting shoes and accessories.
KD: "Do you want me to drop in that bag of high-end shoes you don't want?"
SWMBO: "I've seen a report that Oxfam's financial structure means that only 10% of donations actually get to the needy"
KD: "Yes, but do you want me to take in your bag of old shoes on my next trip?"
SWMBO: "I've already told you"
KD: "No you haven't"
SWMBO: "Yes I have, I told you what I think about Oxfam"
KD: "No, my Precious, you gave me an opinion" "You never actually answered my question"
SWMBO: "Oh don't you start so early, I did"
KD: "YES or NO" *gritted teeth may or may not be visualised, depending on readers inclination*
SWMBO: "I've already told you, no" *eats her toast with an alarming glare in her eye*
KD: "Okay" *leaves for quiet sojourn in shed*
I have two sheds here at the moment which were here when I moved in two years ago. They are relatively unsued at present just used to store old cardboard boxes.
There is a Shed thread, you know, where people can forget all about disrupting what a particular missus has said lately.I have two sheds here at the moment which were here when I moved in two years ago. They are relatively unsued at present just used to store old cardboard boxes.
Just thought I would mention it.
It's Wales, there's probably some local troglodytes prepared to dig into the mountain to provide you with a pikey-proof underground shed.