Nope. The company that produces them is a respected manufacturer of commercial, industrial and home plumbing/piping attachments. That particular one is designed to connect ANY type of pipe to any other type. Copper, plastic Iron, lead etc. It is a genuine long term solution, and is replacing the older types of brass/copper fittings.Mr Banes Walt, I want to do it properly
Either that or he's joined the ranks of decent posters who have given up on the site. Boumer was another (ex) police poster who usually had interesting things to contribute but got fed up of the bellends.
Nope - the "russian" does not exist in Pomland. The closest you will get is a saveloy. As Lardbeast said, the only way of getting a russian in Pomland (and, I expect, Canada) is either a tame butcher or make your own.The Saveloys we used to get at the chippie, last was in Wooburn Green, were very dfferent to Russian sausages. Have they changed the recipe?
You cant even importi themwhich is a pity as I loved them after the pub.
I want to try one but everything Lardbeast describes sounds like it's going to burn my tongue offNope - the "russian" does not exist in Pomland. The closest you will get is a saveloy. As Lardbeast said, the only way of getting a russian in Pomland (and, I expect, Canada) is either a tame butcher or make your own.
Not so much an irritation, more of a monumental disappointment.
The lovely Cat Deeley on TV this morning, so I drooled as I ate my breakfast.
Then I brought myself to this 'ere laptop to do a bit of 'research'.
Only to discover that she's married...
to that utterly unfunny cunt Paddy Kielty