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22 minutes ago, thequietman said:

On the first point .............. the wife is right. 🙂 https://burtbrothers.com/blog/how-temperature-affects-tire-inflation/

Nope, total BS, how do I put this ? Her bike is in the shade, all chuffin day, the temperature here varies by no more than a couple of degrees, so how did my Fortuner not have flat tyres after a month away, come on get real <deleted>

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with #2... 

 

the result might also deepened on hubby's reaction to,

 for example: 

 facing having to consume 'Birds Nest' the very first time.

 -  It is not what is in your meal, but what is in your mind 

 

oh yeah... ever seen a poopoo'd boiled egg, that had cracked whilst getting up to boil?   (white, yellow, and green)

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2 minutes ago, tifino said:

with #2... 

 

the result might also deepened on hubby's reaction to,

 for example: 

 facing having to consume 'Birds Nest' the very first time.

 -  It is not what is in your meal, but what is in your mind 

 

oh yeah... ever seen a poopoo'd boiled egg, that had cracked whilst getting up to boil?   (white, yellow, and green)

ours only come from Big C 🙂 

 

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Just now, Golden Triangle said:

ours only come from Big C 🙂 

 

so... she's washing poopoo from a big name store egg! 

 

anyways... you can expect plenty of counter/counter opinion battles from UK vs US readers

(their respective home country 'market' has opposing views on prewashing eggs, and being allowed to only sell eggs 'their' way)

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2 minutes ago, tifino said:

so... she's washing poopoo from a big name store egg! 

 

anyways... you can expect plenty of counter/counter opinion battles from UK vs US readers

(their respective home country 'market' has opposing views on prewashing eggs, and being allowed to only sell eggs 'their' way)

Sort of what I figured really, but it could be worth a giggle in the long run, pretty sure others have some crazy replies.

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8 minutes ago, Golden Triangle said:

Sort of what I figured really, but it could be worth a giggle in the long run, pretty sure others have some crazy replies.

imagine some will have some cracking good yokes? 

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18 minutes ago, NotEinstein said:

Actually, your wife is probably right about the tyres, at least they do deflate over time - not sure whether the amount use has any effect. I only use my bike to cycle to the village barber every few months and usually have to pump up a tyre. There is no comparison to thick car tyres, which rely on a seal, rather than the permeability of an thin inner tube in 30C heat most of the time.

Actually I agree with that last sentence … the tyres on my bicycles loose pressure and I can never find a leak so PPTR...<deleted> poor thin rubber. Of course Thai air could be different. But the same happened in the UK ...my tyres didn't stay fully inflated, had to give them a little pump quite often.

 

So on the first point Mrs GT has a point ……. sometimes it better to keep your mouth shut rather than prove a point …...😑

 

I also used sprints and tubs in my cycling days and they also lost pressure …..

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2 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

I hope you all have many examples to make us smile, so please feel free to add to this. Thanks.

I guess I could but why do you upset your wife, you think too much.

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2 hours ago, NotEinstein said:

Actually, your wife is probably right about the tyres, at least they do deflate over time - not sure whether the amount use has any effect. I only use my bike to cycle to the village barber every few months and usually have to pump up a tyre. There is no comparison to thick car tyres, which rely on a seal, rather than the permeability of an thin inner tube in 30C heat most of the time.

That's an Einstein of an answer. Your explanation makes sense to me.

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