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And you know what? When we go camping our TENT has a doormat.
an inside one that says "welcome" (note : You are not *actually* welcome) and an outside one that's a bit more rugged.
one of those metal ones
I'm no barbarian
(for those unaware I work for the company that makes the popular football management simulation Football Manager and I also recently moved)
But it's no longer related to the most successful football management simulation of all time; Football Manager which the latest edition of is released on November 7th.
much like the computer game series Footballs Manager
much like Football Manager.
can we ban anyone who posts in here saying they DON'T have a doormat?
thx n @vnce
I'm not sure though. It's clearly so boring that I've never noticed it's there, but when I walk into the hall I don't think "wow, what an oddly naked corridor this is".
Do whatever you want with the phrase "oddly naked corridor" by the way. Go on, it's Friday. You've earned it.
and it's YOU who has been trapsing mud through the house
So no mud traipsing from me.
(Good Lord my life sounds depressing).
you don't think there's any dirt that you might pick up from walking in a car park?
I just can't believe this
I get carried across car parks in a sedan chair by less important auditors. They put down a small strip of brand new carpet for me to walk from the car to the sedan chair (approx distance: one step) every morning and evening.
it says WELCOME
Bsck door, conservatory and front door.
also a runner from the back door and a secondary mat by the front door.
what an amateurish question!!!
and back door and conservatory thinking of it
glad EmO is here to make me look not quite so over matted
Not a total pleb.
(must remember to get a doormat this weekend.)
one for each foot, that is if you're two people, and two people often come into my flat.
but i didn't buy it, it was there when I got there
otherwise there would be a square with some floorboards underneath. It is built into the porch area you see.