The WaterSHED and S**D Porn on BBC1 today

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by 570mils, Apr 12, 2012.

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  1. Imagine my shock and horror today, whilst supping coffee and contemplating a day of doing F**k all and watching porn on the internet when at 0754 hrs BBC1 showed and article about sheds......

    (Damn, now I have mentioned THAT word - actually is that a banned word under our current regime?)

    I am pleased that this rather niche 'problem' has now achieved national status and through the power of the BBC interactive services may, in fact, achieve international status.

    As a new boy to the world of shedding I cannot comment on those displayed on the television but I do have a question about the 'problem'

    Currently I rent a property that does not allow me to add a shed of my own in the garden, a survivable issue as the missus is banned from entering the garage as it is THE manly space in this house. However is it considered fair that the Father in Law is allowed to posses THREE sheds in his garden whilst I can have none. (He also has access to a garage, workshop, beaters hut, barn and many other manly type areas as well)

    Please help as I need to know if I have the right to try and acquire the use of one of his many sheds fr my own personal use.

    570
     
  2. Line the walls and ceiling of you toilet with shiplap fencing panels.Import broken lawnmowers, broken chainsaws, broken strimmers,, broken bicycles, broken lawnmowers,bottles of unidentified liquids and jars of rusty screws, nails, bolts, add cobwebs, dead rats
    Add a primus for the kettle a wireless for background music several boxes of things you're keeping "just in case"
    Your wife will be delighted with the results.
     
  3. I suppose a Father might allow his son to use a, probably smaller than his, shed in his garden. However a FiL? I doubt it.

    Trying to usurp another man's shed is a dangerous thing. Can you not just plead to your landlord to be allowed a non permanent, foundation less and, for want of better description "portable" shed? (I.E not tied or secured down other than by the weight of it's contents)

    It's not something I have great experience in, my first shed is arriving at the end of next week and I'm rather looking forward to it. How I'll separate it and the garage I'm not sure. But at 26 and with a Shed and a Garage to call my man cave's (dangerous term in the NAAFI) I feel I've done alright.

    Can I see myself presenting my son with a shed of his own before he gets his own property? I'm not sure, but if he needed one and asked for it I don't think I could bring myself to deny him.
     
  4. Buy a cheap dome tent. Surely your landlord would allow that?