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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 9:52 am 
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they are little mini fridges , the best is a wine cooler fridge they are designed for 15 -17 degrees C

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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 10:20 am 
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Ohhhh than657 for that
Maybe I'll get one :-D

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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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I would have loved it to be a wine cooler but it was given to me so I guess I cant complain


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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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Free is always the best ;)


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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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Yes we all do love a freebie ;)

I have a wine cooler but it has wine in it :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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So does mine LooLoo :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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I love the chillier blanket to keep them fresh http://www.coolweave.com.au/blankets.htm
I just got 56cm x 86cm (22" x 34") and no issues!

Anyone got fake lawn for sale and fake plants? love the fake stuff


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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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MelissaNewton wrote:
I love the chillier blanket to keep them fresh http://www.coolweave.com.au/blankets.htm
I just got 56cm x 86cm (22" x 34") and no issues!

Anyone got fake lawn for sale and fake plants? love the fake stuff

Your a "newton" so fake is your middle name and nature

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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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Nice 1 Bill got that right a_bravo.gif

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 Post subject: Re: old bar fidge to store fertile eggs
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Bill wrote:
MelissaNewton wrote:
I love the chillier blanket to keep them fresh http://www.coolweave.com.au/blankets.htm
I just got 56cm x 86cm (22" x 34") and no issues!

Anyone got fake lawn for sale and fake plants? love the fake stuff

Your a "newton" so fake is your middle name and nature

& lets hope something falls on its head i_like1

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