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As a result of the close-down of the UK by the British Government last night, we have made all the Buy/Sell areas read-only until we open back up again, so please have a look at the announcement linked here.

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Adrian Worman

Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas. Hoping for a family day, a chance to see from friends & stockings filled with plastic & resin.

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A happy Christmas to everyone on this forum.

 

Hope you have a nice chilled day, and that the new year brings a happy, peaceful life (with plenty of plastic)

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Merry Christmas one and all!

 

Hope you all have a good one.

 

Ben

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Merry Christmas from an unseasonally mild France.

 

John.

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Merry Christmas to you all, hope you all have a lovely time. Also may I wish you all a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.

All the best

Chris

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Got a nice new Airfix Bucc and I should be getting a 1/72 Airfix Handley Page Spaceship (Victor) later as well!

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Merry Christmas to you all, wishing you all a peaceful day and that you're blessed with whichever company you wish to keep and you get the pressies you wished for.

 

As it is Christmas, enjoy...

 

 

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Merry Christmas all, I hope you get the moulded styrene you want!

 

My mum sent me this, I've just opened and looked at the rigging diagram, I think she is a sadist!

 

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11pm, just about gone for another year over here; a cloudless 35 deg day with lots of relaxation and occasional plastic fondling [when I could escape].

 

Wishing all at and on BM a safe and happy Christmas and a plastic New Year.

 

Rog

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Couple of damaged parts in here but should be a very easy fix, both clean breaks in easy to fix places

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Merry Christmas everyone!

 

Spent my morning on a gifted 1/48 Skyraider. 😊

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Daughter and granddaughter came over for Xmas dinner.  I've been hinting about kits for months.  Pajamas and socks again, dammit!

 

snoopy

 

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I got Mrs T a day at the posh Stobo Castle spa with treatments and a lunch so have  max brownie points. Better still the voucher was wrapped and at the bottom of an ancient Revell 1/72 Me 109e box which totally puzzled her on unwrapping as it was inside several other misleading boxes Russian Doll style. 
 

I think she thought she was getting a model at one point :D

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25 minutes ago, JohnT said:

I think she thought she was getting a model at one point :D

It's always worth winding them up at Christmas.

Step-daughter's prezzie was put in a box left over from a recent toilet repair.

 

The joy on her face when she beheld her new Fluidmaster Pro 550UK Dual Flush Valve.

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27 minutes ago, JohnT said:

I think she thought she was getting a model at one point 

Many years ago I did something similar. Her ladyship couldn't decide what she wanted for Christmas, so I thought, money, and she can get what she wants. But some notes in an envelope are a bit obvious, so I wrapped a tenner around a house brick (the weight of that really intrigued her), and another tenner around a baked beans tin. It's amazing the number of emotions that a face can go through in such a small amount of time.

 

John.

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47 minutes ago, JohnT said:

I got Mrs T a day at the posh Stobo Castle spa with treatments and a lunch so have  max brownie points. Better still the voucher was wrapped and at the bottom of an ancient Revell 1/72 Me 109e box which totally puzzled her on unwrapping as it was inside several other misleading boxes Russian Doll style. 
 

I think she thought she was getting a model at one point :D

I did something similar to our daughter a few years ago, inside a box inside a box inside an envelope inside a box inside another box was the paperwork for our two week stay in Disneyland Florida.  I think I still have the last box and the Airfix Magister still inside.........

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2 hours ago, Gorby said:

Step-daughter's prezzie was put in a box left over from a recent toilet repair.

I'm TOTALLY stealing that idea next year! 😈

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And in Australia supermarkets today they have started selling hot cross buns.

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40 minutes ago, Mick4350 said:

And in Australia supermarkets today they have started selling hot cross buns.

They’ve been at it in the UK for months selling eggs milk and flour ready for pancake day.

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Can someone please explain in words of one syllable why anyone would need a blue-tooth toothbrush?  Have I missed something?  Please🙄🥴🥺?

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