bus station

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Wendyhome kitchenwendy: I live in a converted coach house

moben sales staff (MSS): you live in a bus station?

wendy: not that sort of coach, the victorian horse-drawn type of coach, it used to be a stable too

MSS: what size is the kitchen?

wendy: small, 87 x 111 inches with 2 doors and a low sloping roof with a skylight

MSS: shall we call it a square kitchen?

wendy: No, lets call it an oblong or a rectagular kitchen

MSS: approximately a square kitchen

wendy: No, its an oblong

MSS: approximately an oblong?

wendy:  87 x 111 inches

MSS: approximately an oblong then


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  1. Kevin writes:

    Approximately an oblong. You should have asked them their definition of “trapezoid”

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    wendy writes

    I suspect it might involve some form of trapeze artist on the kitchen design team

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  2. Brian writes:

    As I read this I opened up “Paint” and drew an 87 x 111 rectangle. Definitely oblong. Now that I think of it, it’s roughly the same proportions as American letter size paper (8.5 by 11 inches).

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    wendy writes

    I like your creative insight and hands-on-paint approach

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  3. Scarlet writes:

    No!! Moben have been on Watchdog. Ann Robinson has spoken.
    Sx

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    wendy writes

    the designer keenly pointed out how many other kitchen fitting firms had been on watchdog – though it wasn’t part of the supplied service comparison table

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  4. Scarlet writes:

    …and she can still speak, despite having her face hitched up behind her ears.
    Sx

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  5. Morton Shadow writes:

    I once had a country and western karaoke act in which I sang along to Partridge family songs from inside a rectangle. Sadly, Oblong Cassidy never caught on…

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    xxx
    Bob

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  6. wendy writes:

    thanks for the tip John, Mumsie had an awesome kitchen installed by the reputable John Lewis, I’m talking to them this weekend.

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