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anyone need a painter

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On 8 Jan 2016 at 7:39pm lewes painter wrote:
Local painter available for big or small painting jobs. January is always a slow month so am twiddling my thumbs and worrying about bills any job considered drop me a line cheers
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On 8 Jan 2016 at 8:29pm wakeywakey wrote:
No wonder your business is suffering if you have no contact details
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On 8 Jan 2016 at 8:49pm lewes painter wrote:
It is of course a fair point, i didn't know what the policy was on leaving personal details, i now realise that posting didn't include my email as a matter of course so here is my number 07749611426
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On 8 Jan 2016 at 9:09pm Ooh my giddy Aunt wrote:
WAKEYWAKEY Do you sit around waiting for some pour soul to make an error in their post and BAM you jump on them like Springheeled Jack? Have you nothing better to do of a Friday evening? Leave the poor painter alone and go back to playing backgammon with your imaginary friend. For the record Mr Painter you can paint my doors any time. I have your number.
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On 8 Jan 2016 at 10:01pm ian freeston wrote:
its kinda what the lewes forum know for isn't??
yet even if its delivered in an up tight hasn't gotten laid in while tone?
its a good point and I think lewes painter took like a lady
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On 9 Jan 2016 at 3:04pm Raggedy wrote:
Lord help the fly that cast his eye on a painters dinner in wintertime
The plumbers have steak and onion
The carpenters bread and cheese
What will the poor old painters do when the leaves fall from the trees?
Good luck fella
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On 9 Jan 2016 at 3:57pm lewes painter wrote:
Thanks raggedy like the poem brought a smile to my lips can almost taste it
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On 9 Jan 2016 at 9:27pm G T Smith wrote:
Following on from Raggedy, an ode to Lewes Painter
Why does the paint not dry in the cold
It's frost in the tin,or so I'm told
I paint and roll and paint some more
Not a dry wall, hall, ceiling or door
Why does it have to be this way
I have very crucial bills to pay
My yearn to paint will end me yet
No living earned as the winter sets
I paint until my tools wear to the bone
On that day I realise I am done
Unless some dear soul, hero, saint
Employs me to live my love of paint
I no Rembrandt, Picasso or Pollock
Just a simple man, no lies no (b) ollock (s)
Someone out there please let me come
And brighten up your wintry home
Your ceilings, walls and floors
Not to mention glossy shiny doors
We painters dont ask for much, we are quite meak
All we ask is that our winter is not bleak
We strive to paint, we paint to survive
We paint to keep ourselves alive
Thank you for reading this impromptu ode
Employ local people to brighten your abode
From one struggler to another. Best of luck.



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