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Gaelan Murphy

Lenka is hot.


Now there's an educated comment! HAHAHAHAH! Jinny does her hair.



Who is looking at her hair?


Jesus, I don't think I even saw the hot tub. Nice neighbor.


"Apparently they just import them and mark them up; the idea being that any person in Ireland who wants a hot tub doesn't care about the price."

Some of that cost is in the shipping. The manufacturer will send them by the container load but it still adds up. There is also the cost to get them from dock to the warehouse, and maybe from there to the dealer store and ultimately to your garden. All of those costs (plus, yes, dealer overhead and profit) ultimately add into the retail price to the customer.

I guess if it's worth buying, though, it's worth buying a good one.

Frederick Ferguson


Point taken.



Ha ha, i just came across this picture, thanks for that advertising Fred :-)
It seems like 100 years ago. That made my day :-)

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