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Post Wed Aug 20, 2003 10:58 pm

Just Typical!

My daughter has been going on at me about doing something for my little grand daughter (4yr).

She wanted a piece of Corex about 6ft x 3ft covered in yellow vinyl with the letters of the alphabet in different fonts for each letters and in different colours!!! :lol:

Anyway, eventually after much badgering I said OK!
"Tell you what" she says: "If you give me the yellow vinyl, I'll put it on"
(Obviously fed up with waiting for me!)

You can guess what was going through my mind. I chuckled inside and thought "this is going to be interesting, this I gotta see"

So I started cutting 'the coat of many colours' and gave the vinyl and corex to my daughter to get on with.

Should hear the screams for help any moment now........
any moment now.........
I'll give her a moment or two....... any moment now


I go up from den to see how she getting on

"Have you done it?" I say :lol: :lol:
"Yep!" she says

I looked closely and you know what I was looking for, don't you.

I couldn't believe it! Not a single bloomin' bubble.
She's never touched the stuff before. ......Just typical :(

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Post Wed Aug 20, 2003 11:14 pm

The fear and dread that comes with age causes more bubbles that a little.
Young people don’t suffer with these this problems, they are bold and confident, the ideal temperament for applying vinyl.

Set her on :lol: :lol:


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