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Friday 23 April 2004 4.47pm
my parents elderly friend bought her council property on the river in se16 for under 50 grand (can't remember the exact amount) back in the 90s!!!

Needless to say its worth slightly more than that now!
Friday 23 April 2004 11.47pm
Getting back to what makes a cottage, I lived in Sunderland in what I would have described as a very small, very ordinary terraced house but was known locally as a miner's cottage. Cottages up North seem to include simple urban dwellings as well as rural ones, and being terraced was no impediment to cottage status.

Perhaps to be a London cattage you need to be in a village - Hampstead Village, Dulwich Village, Wimbledon Village etc. Then the next thing will be that before you know it, Copperfield St will turn into 'Borough Village' and Roupell St into 'Waterloo Village'.
Monday 26 April 2004 10.54am
<<Then the next thing will be that before you know it, Copperfield St will turn into 'Borough Village' and Roupell St into 'Waterloo Village'.>>

Keep up Ms Jo Jo!! While you were away in Oz, they've already done it!!



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Monday 26 April 2004 11.54pm
Keep up Ivanhoe, this is Ms. Jo, not Miss Jo Jo, and very much in the UK not in Oz.
Wednesday 28 April 2004 10.59am
Oh. Sorry. Cider on the brain.



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Thursday 29 April 2004 11.11pm
I think I'm going to have to change my name. Even the young Mr Hatts gets confused. I even get confused myself sometimes.
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