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Sooo if you were for sale lol

How much would you go for

Female
eurostar  Female  Merseyside 14-Feb-2020 19:37 Message #4770726
And how do you advertise yourself lol unique? Vintage? Bargain? Recyclable? Needs up cycling? Perfect condition?
Male
Nigel_In_Devon  Male  Devon 14-Feb-2020 19:54 Message #4770728
Spares or repair!
Male
BOYDEL  Male  Surrey 14-Feb-2020 20:02 Message #4770729
This is similar to many media articles around the value of a housewife/mother - where if the various tasks undertake were priced up at commercial rates the total would be maybe £1000 weekly or more.

On a serious note that behoves husbands/male partners to adequately insure their partner - unless in many cases they are willing to give up work and live on the breadline on benefits.

A practical and versatile male or female can be worth their proverbial weight in gold in terms of the alternative of paying tradesmen.
Female
eurostar  Female  Merseyside 14-Feb-2020 20:06 Message #4770730
Think I, d go as vintage now, sounds nice but may need oiling up to stop squeaking lol
Female
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire 14-Feb-2020 20:45 Message #4770738
Art deco and priceless....... has improved with age.... very collectible
Male
Neros1954  Male  Devon 14-Feb-2020 22:02 Message #4770743
After much deliberation of my value I have arrived at ten shillings and sixpence.
Male
Justaguy  Male  South East London 14-Feb-2020 23:00 Message #4770744
Highly desirable collectors item, Slightly worn, bodywork is in need of a little light restoration,
Special reduced price £50, be quick only one available at this price,
Sold as seen, no guarantees, no refunds
Any reasonable offers considered :0)
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire 14-Feb-2020 23:25 Message #4770749
One careful lady owner. Never rallied or raced. Engine is sound but bodywork needs some care and attention. Upholstery in mint condition.
Male
Colonel_Blink  Male  Buckinghamshire 15-Feb-2020 07:24 Message #4770752
Sadly neglected. Running out of steam. Looking the worse for wear. Unreliable. Needs a jumpstart in the mornings. :)
Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire 15-Feb-2020 10:38 Message #4770759
Apparently the phone and internet bids are still in full swing.....
Bidders from all over the country !!

They've never seen such a "collectable" ......very rare and a good investment, according to reliable sources, and can only increase in value ;)
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd 15-Feb-2020 11:47 Message #4770774
I don't think you could give me away, let alone sell me!
Female
Woosey  Female  North Yorkshire 15-Feb-2020 20:51 Message #4770805
Me neither Hen lol
Female
justkath1960  Female  East Sussex 15-Feb-2020 20:59 Message #4770807
That is because you are priceless Woo xx
Female
Woosey  Female  North Yorkshire 15-Feb-2020 21:09 Message #4770808
Awww Kath, what a lovely thing to say.

Lol I can't even give myself away so no bugger is going to buy me lol.

Love and hugs for my friend xxx

Male
SQL  Male  Devon 16-Feb-2020 11:42 Message #4770867
Bill Bryson, in his book 'The Body: A Guide for Occupants?' states:

"You cost £96,546.79 to build. Or at least a human of the same dimensions as Benedict Cumberbatch does, according to a Royal Society of Chemistry calculation."

'you are 61% oxygen (£8.90) and 10% hydrogen (£16), mostly bound up together to make water. It gets pricier when we get to carbon, which costs £44,300 for the 30lbs’ worth we typically contain. Calcium, phosphorus, potassium and a smattering of rarer elements make up the rest. But as Bryson writes: “It hardly matters. You could call together all the brainiest people who are alive now or have ever lived and endow them with the complete sum of human knowledge, and they could not between them make a single living cell, never mind a replicant Benedict Cumberbatch.”'

Read the summary at:- "https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/features/bill-bryson-the-body-a-guide-for-occupants-release-date-science-facts-a9150651.html"

SQL


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