All you need is a yoga mat and two dumbbells.
If that's not enough go to the slaughterhouse or buy an axe.
Last edited by Morrison; 09-02-2014 at 03:46 PM.
My comment on your post was more around the verbose style that seemed to contain little content. I apologize for commenting your style of writing (now twice).
Last edited by East_coast; 09-02-2014 at 04:04 PM.
Will you please refer to your above post #11 and keep to your word in future.
Thank you for your extremely long winded posts about not very much, and hope your verbal diarrhea clears up soon.
BTW. Welcome to Geoexpat, and your contribution is eagerly awaited on your life experiences with kettles. (Please keep it short!)
"too many" would be the correct spelling, and thank you for functioning as spokesperson for your little island, should I ever show interest in DB I will certainly reach out to you. And regarding freebies, please teach me how it works you seem to be very "open" and willing to reach out...
Last edited by hftvol; 09-02-2014 at 06:00 PM.
READ POST #11.
On a slight tangent, but how do you feel about transparent kettles? Would you require a 7 day home trial before considering a purchase, to evaluate the exact nature of the transparency?