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    Default Waiting for a train.

    Rachell buys a self-assembly, flat-pack, cupboard from her local
    Homebase store.* Reaching home Rachel reads the instructions carefully, counts the pieces
    then assembles the cupboard in the bedroom. It looks really great and she is
    delighted.
    Now, Rachel lives near a railway line and as the train passes by the
    cupboard collapses.* Undaunted by this misfortune she re-reads the
    instructions and reassembles the cupboard.* Once more, another train passes
    and the whole cupboard collapses again.
    Rachel now frustrated and thinking that she must have done something
    "wrong" re-re-reads the instructions and re-re-assembles the cupboard.*
    Shortly, a train passes and the whole cupboard collapses yet again for
    the
    3rd time.
    Rachel is now fed up, cross and rather angry so she 'phones the customer
    service department.* She is told that this is quite impossible and that
    they'll send along a fitter to take a look.


    The fitter (Willie) arrives and assembles the cupboard.* Again, a train passes and
    the cupboard collapses.* Completely baffled by this unexpected event, the
    fitter decides to reassemble the cupboard and sit inside it to see whether
    he can find out what causes the cupboard to collapse.* At this point,
    Rachel's husband (hadaway) comes home, sees the cupboard and says, 'Oh, that's a
    splendid looking cupboard,' and he opens it to look inside.
    The fitter (willie) who had been wondering how to explain his position in Rachel's
    bedroom cupboard, blurts out, 'You probably won't believe me, but I'm
    standing here waiting for a train.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by zilch View Post
    Rachell buys a self-assembly, flat-pack, cupboard from her local
    Homebase store.* Reaching home Rachel reads the instructions carefully, counts the pieces
    then assembles the cupboard in the bedroom. It looks really great and she is
    delighted.
    Now, Rachel lives near a railway line and as the train passes by the
    cupboard collapses.* Undaunted by this misfortune she re-reads the
    instructions and reassembles the cupboard.* Once more, another train passes
    and the whole cupboard collapses again.
    Rachel now frustrated and thinking that she must have done something
    "wrong" re-re-reads the instructions and re-re-assembles the cupboard.*
    Shortly, a train passes and the whole cupboard collapses yet again for
    the
    3rd time.
    Rachel is now fed up, cross and rather angry so she 'phones the customer
    service department.* She is told that this is quite impossible and that
    they'll send along a fitter to take a look.


    The fitter (Willie) arrives and assembles the cupboard.* Again, a train passes and
    the cupboard collapses.* Completely baffled by this unexpected event, the
    fitter decides to reassemble the cupboard and sit inside it to see whether
    he can find out what causes the cupboard to collapse.* At this point,
    Rachel's husband (hadaway) comes home, sees the cupboard and says, 'Oh, that's a
    splendid looking cupboard,' and he opens it to look inside.
    The fitter (willie) who had been wondering how to explain his position in Rachel's
    bedroom cupboard, blurts out, 'You probably won't believe me, but I'm
    standing here waiting for a train.'
    PMSL
    Good one


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    Quote Originally Posted by willie wacker View Post
    PMSL
    Good one
    Hope the Fitter was fit to run and fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitram View Post
    Hope the Fitter was fit to run and fast
    No need to run it was only hadaway


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    Quote Originally Posted by zilch View Post
    Rachell buys a self-assembly, flat-pack, cupboard from her local
    Homebase store.* Reaching home Rachel reads the instructions carefully, counts the pieces
    then assembles the cupboard in the bedroom. It looks really great and she is
    delighted.
    Now, Rachel lives near a railway line and as the train passes by the
    cupboard collapses.* Undaunted by this misfortune she re-reads the
    instructions and reassembles the cupboard.* Once more, another train passes
    and the whole cupboard collapses again.
    Rachel now frustrated and thinking that she must have done something
    "wrong" re-re-reads the instructions and re-re-assembles the cupboard.*
    Shortly, a train passes and the whole cupboard collapses yet again for
    the
    3rd time.
    Rachel is now fed up, cross and rather angry so she 'phones the customer
    service department.* She is told that this is quite impossible and that
    they'll send along a fitter to take a look.


    The fitter (Willie) arrives and assembles the cupboard.* Again, a train passes and
    the cupboard collapses.* Completely baffled by this unexpected event, the
    fitter decides to reassemble the cupboard and sit inside it to see whether
    he can find out what causes the cupboard to collapse.* At this point,
    Rachel's husband (hadaway) comes home, sees the cupboard and says, 'Oh, that's a
    splendid looking cupboard,' and he opens it to look inside.
    The fitter (willie) who had been wondering how to explain his position in Rachel's
    bedroom cupboard, blurts out, 'You probably won't believe me, but I'm
    standing here waiting for a train.'
    Rachel needs a screw or two.
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    "you could have a steam train
    if you'd just lay down your tracks"
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    Quote Originally Posted by zilch View Post
    Rachell buys a self-assembly, flat-pack, cupboard from her local
    Homebase store.* Reaching home Rachel reads the instructions carefully, counts the pieces
    then assembles the cupboard in the bedroom. It looks really great and she is
    delighted.
    Now, Rachel lives near a railway line and as the train passes by the
    cupboard collapses.* Undaunted by this misfortune she re-reads the
    instructions and reassembles the cupboard.* Once more, another train passes
    and the whole cupboard collapses again.
    Rachel now frustrated and thinking that she must have done something
    "wrong" re-re-reads the instructions and re-re-assembles the cupboard.*
    Shortly, a train passes and the whole cupboard collapses yet again for
    the
    3rd time.
    Rachel is now fed up, cross and rather angry so she 'phones the customer
    service department.* She is told that this is quite impossible and that
    they'll send along a fitter to take a look.


    The fitter (Willie) arrives and assembles the cupboard.* Again, a train passes and
    the cupboard collapses.* Completely baffled by this unexpected event, the
    fitter decides to reassemble the cupboard and sit inside it to see whether
    he can find out what causes the cupboard to collapse.* At this point,
    Rachel's husband (hadaway) comes home, sees the cupboard and says, 'Oh, that's a
    splendid looking cupboard,' and he opens it to look inside.
    The fitter (willie) who had been wondering how to explain his position in Rachel's
    bedroom cupboard, blurts out, 'You probably won't believe me, but I'm
    standing here waiting for a train.'
    I dont know what the back story is here, Im judging this from when I remove the known names from here, and when I do that its funny as fook so

    if it was just random then you should have had lactating lucy I think it was instead of rachel
    Last edited by funlover12; 20-06-16 at 18:06. Reason: ikea *cough*


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    Poor fitter.
    Spends all day trying to find the place, and now this..................

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    If there was more mainlining than just the train here, it might explain the assembly failure.

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