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    Default Trying to set my old ripped up mattress on fire.How to prevent the house from burning

    i finally get a new mattress so I want to get rid of my old one its too heavy to carry downstairs so i was going to burn it right in the room. How do I prevent from the whole house burning down? I sat it in the middle of the room and away from the walls and the walls are covered in foil. Should this be good enough?
    a thousand kisses deep..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric Hardgear View Post
    i finally get a new mattress so I want to get rid of my old one its too heavy to carry downstairs so i was going to burn it right in the room. How do I prevent from the whole house burning down? I sat it in the middle of the room and away from the walls and the walls are covered in foil. Should this be good enough?
    Oh yeah that sounds fine...just be sure to keep the pillows and duvet well away...we dont want anything flamable geting in the way...

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    Rap it up in tinfoil and rap yrself in tinfoil as well...that should do the trick and dont forget to baste yrself in some barbacue sauce as well..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollo1 View Post
    Rap it up in tinfoil and rap yrself in tinfoil as well...that should do the trick and dont forget to baste yrself in some barbacue sauce as well..
    Hey Apollo...that reminds me of putting a split banana with crushed Cadburys Flake on the barbie.....Mmmmm

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    Sounds like fun!!
    Can i bring the marshmellows?

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    my house is on fire. Should I buy fire insurance now,before it burns completely?
    a thousand kisses deep..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ric Hardgear View Post
    my house is on fire. Should I buy fire insurance now,before it burns completely?
    Ara nah...wait till it burns down completely...twill be cheaper..

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    So I guess no outcalls for a while?

    “I wish you wouldn’t keep appearing and vanishing so suddenly; you make one quite giddy!”
    “All right,” said the Cat; and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone.

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    Wrapped in tin foil while the house burns.
    Might have no calls at all!!
    Should have went with the chainsaw and a set of suitcases.

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    I can send my colleague Winston Wolf around to you he can sort out any problem!!

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