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I make things on the web, mobile and in the actual world.

I've done lots of bits and bobs over the years, and right now I'm mostly working on this.

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badjon2 says:

TOilet bowl?

1st Aug 2006, 13:33

MaggieD says:

Oh dear... looks like you forgot to check your pockets before doing the laundry ..... is that an inhaler lodged in the door? ..... silly boy Alfie .....

1st Aug 2006, 13:58

swamprose says:

clean lighter? I would skip the dryer part.

1st Aug 2006, 14:08

Does look like an inhaler in a washing machine! lets hope its not a hot wash! as those inhalers are pressurised *fun*

1st Aug 2006, 14:13

silar31 says:

Been there, done that. Replace it if you washed in hot, but if it was washed in cold, just give the plastic part a good rinse and put it back together, puff it about 5 times to clear any gunk out of the actuator, and it'll be fine :-)

1st Aug 2006, 14:15

Alfie says:

Yeah, was a 60 degree wash which is why I was a little worried but luckily it didnt explode or otherwise become un-usable :)

1st Aug 2006, 14:18

seaneeboy says:

Hehe. Div.

1st Aug 2006, 14:19

mat says:

I failed (despite watching the machine with my camera at hand for quite some time) to get a photo of my housemate washing a packet of tobacco in with his shirts last week...

1st Aug 2006, 14:21

mmmm, nice.

1st Aug 2006, 15:21

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2nd Aug 2006, 03:49

jle says:

do you have a spare?

2nd Aug 2006, 13:15

Alfie says:

It was all good in the end, cleaned that actuator right out cheers!

2nd Aug 2006, 13:16

daz says:

mat: oh dear... What did he do when he saw the shirts?

2nd Aug 2006, 13:16

Alfie says:

tried to smoke em?

2nd Aug 2006, 13:19