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warming up this winter

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yo real niggaz do real things credit crunch and that. not gonna lie sat in my yard wi hat n gloves ON, radiator OFF. What difference does it mek? i'm warm. Only turn on heating if I got company yo real spit.

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f*ck it, imma fly out to goa for the winter

OWWWWWWWWWWWWW

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Tired of high electric and gas bills? Sick of that stuffy feeling that central heating gives you?

A wood burning stove may just be the answer to all your problems *cheesy smile*.

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Tired of high electric and gas bills? Sick of that stuffy feeling that central heating gives you?

A wood burning stove may just be the answer to all your problems *cheesy smile*.

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dyu wanna come to goa with me

all expenses paid

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Tired of high electric and gas bills? Sick of that stuffy feeling that central heating gives you?

A wood burning stove may just be the answer to all your problems *cheesy smile*.

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erm

where would one get the wood from to burn in it?

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Wherever u want.

Buying wood is alot cheaper than running gas central heating.

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Thats why i sell woodburning stoves, pay attention Michael.

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are there like shops that sell wood or do u have to go into forests and sh*t

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ive been considering a woodburner, does ur offer come with a katie and a bearskin rug. sf

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LOL at going into the forests

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You can buy wood at shops or get a load delivered (cheaper).

Seriously though, homeowners i can do good discounts.

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You can buy wood at shops or get a load delivered (cheaper).

Seriously though, homeowners i can do good discounts.

instead of buying one of those stoves

how about you just come to me and we do this bodily heat ting?

I got haribo here still

Waddya say

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so like when u get the wood delivered, im assumin itll have to be some massive load n that

where do u keep the wood?

is this for like rich people with massive houses that have a wood room or sutin?

cos u cnt leave it outside, dunno if carryin it through the house into a shed would be easy

u cnt fit it in flats can you?

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Garden is fine just cover with some plastic sheeting, carrying through isn't a big deal just use a big basket. A load off a pickup will be around £60-80 and will last a very long time.

You can just bring in 5 logs and it will easy last you the evening or keep a basket full near the fire.

At my place we sell a rubble bag full of logs for £4 which will last around a week.

There are also multifuel burners which take wood and coal, theres new coal not the old fashion stuff and it lasts around 12 hours.

Coal is £12.50 for a 25kg bag.

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U can buy would from petrol stations/b&q/homebase and store it outside as long as its covered up to protect it from rain, obviously a garden is needed. Got a fireplace in my front room (nomiddleclass), when its super cold nothing better than a roaring fire with coal.

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people poke wood in my skip everyday

Lolfyp

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