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26 minutes ago, Countryfox said:

 

If you want max effect then you're looking at a proper aircon unit Col and lots of dough  (:P to you too !) ...    but the portable ones are very good and do the job ...   even with the window slightly open they soon cool the room ....   if bugs are a problem then stuff a coat or blanket into the gap ...   sorted !  

 

Somebody on another thread was asking about bugs ...   what we did was have a couple of plastic screens made with fine mesh in them ...   my mate did it and they are quite cheap.  The window locks them in place (we have old sash windows) and the only thing that comes in is fresh air ..   we have one in the bedroom and one in the bathroom to get a flow through. 

Cheers matey. I've had a look on eBay actually and you can buy a 'drape' type thing that slots neatly in the window and has a cut out for the vent to fit snugly through. 29.99 it costs.

Im deliberating....wondering if it's gonna be worth forking out when you just know next week will be raining all week. Or summat.

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5 minutes ago, Col city fan said:

Im deliberating....wondering if it's gonna be worth forking out when you just know next week will be raining all week. Or summat.

 Can't help you with that one pal but I'm sure if you get one you'll get a lot of use out of it at some point !      £30 ...   no brainer ! 

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15 minutes ago, Col city fan said:

Cheers matey. I've had a look on eBay actually and you can buy a 'drape' type thing that slots neatly in the window and has a cut out for the vent to fit snugly through. 29.99 it costs.

Im deliberating....wondering if it's gonna be worth forking out when you just know next week will be raining all week. Or summat.

Pay it. If you spending £30 on something makes it rain, then I'm all for it. Do it for us

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I'm having a quick drink on the way home, sitting next to a nice warm fire. Cosy.9276735862c2eb290f7e4f1787835742.jpg

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Fvck this, I'm sleeping in the garden tonight. 

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8 hours ago, Col city fan said:

Ah...but that defeats the object of having the windows shut (to maximize the effect of the air con) AND it allows creepy crawlies in!

Thats why I asked, clever dick...

:P

 

If you have a vented tumble dyer, pull it out and put the air con unit in. You dont need a tumble dryer in this weather.

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5 hours ago, Merging Cultures said:

I'm having a quick drink on the way home, sitting next to a nice warm fire. Cosy.9276735862c2eb290f7e4f1787835742.jpg

 

Two fires MC ? ...     BOGOF !!

 

And take that any way you want ...    :)

 

Parts of me have now begun to melt and I'm leaving a slithery trail behind me like a snail ....       this is not good.

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54 minutes ago, Buce said:

 

Fvck this, I'm sleeping in the garden tonight. 

 

Just looked out the window and my dogs have vacated their kennel and decided to do the same thing ...    you related to a German shepherd Bucey ?

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Sit in a bathtub of ice lads(cover the boys up in a thermal sack blanket otherwise known as a sock and a sandwich sack and tie it up with an elastic band..just not too tight might castrate yourself )

 

Btw its so nice and cool in my house. 23 celsius. Gotta love central air conditioners :)


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it's hot 

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The heat has f**ked off. Good riddance to you

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2 hours ago, Bellend Sebastian said:

The heat has f**ked off. Good riddance to you

Literally one of the reasons I couldn't live constantly in a hot climate.

Imagine this heat (and worse) many months of the year..

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3 hours ago, Col city fan said:

Literally one of the reasons I couldn't live constantly in a hot climate.

Imagine this heat (and worse) many months of the year..

You would become used to it

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7 hours ago, Col city fan said:

Literally one of the reasons I couldn't live constantly in a hot climate.

Imagine this heat (and worse) many months of the year..

Everyone would have to go about their day in the noodie 

 

On the whole, that would be a pretty bad thing really

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8 hours ago, Col city fan said:

Literally one of the reasons I couldn't live constantly in a hot climate.

Imagine this heat (and worse) many months of the year..

 

4 hours ago, Turbogre said:

You would become used to it

 

Vouch for this spent a lot of childhood summers in Spain I was wearing jeans yesterday 😂


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8 hours ago, Col city fan said:

Literally one of the reasons I couldn't live constantly in a hot climate.

Imagine this heat (and worse) many months of the year..

 

4 hours ago, Turbogre said:

You would become used to it

 

1 minute ago, Manwell Pablo said:

 

 

Vouch for this spent a lot of childhood summers in Spain I was wearing jeans yesterday 😂

 

My missus works with a couple of nurses who come from Africa, and they have been walking around in thick fleeces.

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