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  1. Sometimes we think we know exactly what to expect. Sometimes we're very wrong.
    The Nurse asked a patient to remove his clothing and put on a gown to be checked by the doctor.

    "In front of you?" He asks, shy.

    The Nurse says: "Well no, but I've seen the naked human body before."

    The Patient said, "Not one like mine. You'd die laughing at my naked body."

    "Of course I won't laugh," said the Nurse to the patient. "I'm a professional. In over twenty years I've never laughed at a patient."

    "Okay then," said the Patient, and he proceeded to drop his trousers, revealing a huge male body with the smallest adult male organ the Nurse had ever seen in her life.

    In length and width it was almost identical to a AAA battery.

    Unable to control herself, the Nurse tried to stop a giggle, but it just came out.

    And then she started laughing at the fact that she was laughing. Feeling very badly that she had laughed at the Patient's private part, she composed herself as well as she could.

    "I am so sorry," the Nurse said, "I don't know what came over me. On my honor as a nurse and a lady, I promise that it won't happen again. Now tell me, what seems to be the problem?"

    "It's swollen," the Patient replied.

    She ran out of the room.

  2. well the highest bidder has backed out after a bit of a text message arguement last night (fuelled by half a bottle of southern comfort) he thinks he's done nothing wrong and is just going to get a nasty email from ebay for not paying for an item. So I put it on Gumtree today and within an hour had three people get in touch, one was in Nottingham on his way to Wakefield so said he could call in and look at it. Met him at about 2.00 o 'clock and turns out he buys and sells caravans ( this is not going to go down) he offered me £100 I offered to insert my boot up his arse and we parted ways. got another one coming from York tomorrow at 1.00 but up to now every person that has contacted me bar one has been Polish wtf is it with them how come theyre all into caravans? I got in touch with one of the bidders on ebay ( who is English,the only one) and he says he wants it so is coming to look at it tomorrow morning all being well. we've done a bit of a deal as one of the items he sells on ebay is re maps for diesel cars, it ups mine from 115bhp to 152 bhp. watch this space..


  3. Had my old caravan up for sale on ebay as I'm getting a newer one and I wasn't expecting much for it but when it got up to £420 I thought I was in for some good luck. three seconds before the auction finished someone placed another bid on it for £430 and became the winning bidder. sent hem a message thanking him for his bid and asking when he was going to pick it up and 2 hours later got this reply..

    Hello! Could you sens picture with damp area and back of caravan Please?
    Is a lockable? Any documents as council certificate please?
    Many Thanks

    hmmm but you already bought it nows not the time to start asking questions, besides whats a council certificate. so I sent him a message saying i dont understand what he means. this came back



    Is a key,lockable?
    How big is damp ?
    Is a any papers coming with this ,council certificate which say all details about caravan as mass ,dimensions year?
    Thanks

    figured out he wanted to know if the door locks and how big the damp (which was stated in the listing) is. and still no idea what he means about papers so got this reply



    It's document which allow to register caravan overseas

    caravans dont need registering

    starting to get a bit P****d off now.so next I get a request for the address the caravan is kept at, its kept in a secure caravan storage site.

    next he asks me for the cris number ( caravan registration scheme similar to hpi) so I gave him that.

    the next one to come the following morning was this

    Hello! Caravan age is 1993 not 1996
    Cant find any spare wheel arch for it
    Could you lower price ?
    £300 ?
    Many thanks

    now I never stated the age in the listing I told him by message that when I bought the caravan I was told it was a 1996 model and as for the wheel arch, it was mentioned in the listing that it was missing with a photograph to show it along with the other side so if anyone was interested they could source one before they bid. but when did being the highest bidder give you the right to start haggling the price down.
    After 5 minutes of searching on ebay I found a wheel arch so sent him the link. this came back



    Hello! Link wich you send me is not same arch ,found it on my own yesterday
    Would you lower price a little bit
    Many thanks


    getting really hacked off now.

    so sent him this



    You dont seem to understand the concept of an ebay auction. You have placed a winning bid on my caravan of £430. That is the amount you are willing to pay for it. It does not give you the sole right to haggle the price down. You knew the wheel arch was missing when you placed your bid. You did not know the year of manufacture when you placed your bid. You are attempting to lower the price you pay. That is STRICTLY against ebay rules.

    followed shortly after by this


    this has gone on far too long. If I do not receive confirmation from you that you are going to pay the full amount you agreed to pay by 9.00am on Friday morning then I will open an unpaid item case against you. I will also report you for inappropriate communications for trying to haggle the price down after you placed a winning bid. This caravan must be collected by dusk on Saturday 7th November along with full payment in cash.

    silence!!!

    last night my phone pinged and this turned up



    Hello! Are you ok for £400 then ?
    Thanks


    reply was



    No. The bid below yours was £420. You have outbid that so you must honour your bid of £430. If you had not placed your bid I would have sold the caravan already.


    finally the reply was


    Ok
    Please send picture with damp plus rear panel of caravan
    Thanks

    getting to think this guys stalling me now

    my reply



    No. You have agreed to buy the caravan by placing a winning bid. You have had plenty of time to ask for this before the auction ended.

    so there we have it, the idiot wished me good luck with the sale and has waltzed off into the distance with a self satisfied look on his face. to be honest I wouldn't have cared if he had offered me more money, I dont want his money. I was prepared to scrap the caravan if I had to and thats what might happen. Ive sent out a second chance offer to one bidder and contacted another so lets just wait and see what happens.


  4. @fr499y wrote:
    like PNCB, if you make a claim, they take a year off either way! how the hell is that protected?


    I made a claim a couple of years ago and was told with having my NCB protected I wouldn't lose it but my premium would be loaded for the next 5 years (whats the difference, I pay more.end of) If I made another claim then I would lose my protection on the ncb and my premium would be loaded some more,then if I made a thrid claim I would lose all my NCB and my premium would go through the roof.

  5. Went up to Teguise market this morning. Bit cooler in the mountains. Got back to the hotel about an hour ago and its 33 degrees. Not seen many bikes around here though, but the custom scene seems pretty popular. There was a procession of trikes along the promenade last night and seen a couple of big american muscle cars today.
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