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oh,ok sorry sometimes my mysteriousness takes ovrer

Haha lol, what makes you think I do? How can I possibly know my wife at this age?

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Haha...meh..just saying sh*t randomly tbh...lol...
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Haha...meh..just saying sh*t randomly tbh...lol...
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haha no worries, fair enough, I would prolly do that if I was in ur position after how curious I made u

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haha no worries, fair enough, I would prolly do that if I was in ur position after how curious I made u

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Haha..yh..now thinking about it..u deserved this random sh*t...lol...
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Yeah, its better than it not being posted

Hmm, it is understandable, I guess

I think I do a lot more often

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What I don't get is the following:

1) Batteries shipped with, or contained in, electronic goods (such as laptops, mobile phones etc) are fine to send.
2) New alkaline and rechargeable (Ni-MH or Ni-Cd) batteries are fine to send.

But:
1) Any type of lithium battery, new or used, cannot be sent on its own via Royal mail.

Some sellers use MyHermes couriers instead, but they don't really allow batteries, and I wouldn't want to use MyHermes, based on reviews I have seen and videos on the web. (Parcels are very roughly handled, can be dropped, thrown over fences etc.)

The only way is to use Collect Plus couriers - which I did.

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Haha..yh..now thinking about it..u deserved this random sh*t...lol...
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yep.

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oh,ok sorry sometimes my mysteriousness takes ovrer

Haha lol, what makes you think I do? How can I possibly know my wife at this age?

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Lol i was joking n i u r too

I know lots of people who know....
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Lol i was joking n i u r too

I know lots of people who know....
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ok

Well, hmm....I don't THINK I know

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What I don't get is the following:

1) Batteries shipped with, or contained in, electronic goods (such as laptops, mobile phones etc) are fine to send.
2) New alkaline and rechargeable (Ni-MH or Ni-Cd) batteries are fine to send.

But:
1) Any type of lithium battery, new or used, cannot be sent on its own via Royal mail.

Some sellers use MyHermes couriers instead, but they don't really allow batteries, and I wouldn't want to use MyHermes, based on reviews I have seen and videos on the web. (Parcels are very roughly handled, can be dropped, thrown over fences etc.)

The only way is to use Collect Plus couriers - which I did.

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Oh, ok, yeah, that is a little strange...... Something could happen to the batteries, whilst they're in a device......so why allow that?

I've had myHermes deliver parcels to me, I've never had a problem, and they're returns system is great too, however I didn't know about the fact that they "roughly handle" parcels

Great!

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Oh, so you're here too! WOW!

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Oh, so you're here too! WOW!

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Yep
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Yep
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Great! You should be a detective when you're older.......you're really good at stalking

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Great! You should be a detective when you're older.......you're really good at stalking

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Ouch..that's cold..lol..
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Great! You should be a detective when you're older.......you're really good at stalking

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I'd rather stalk a hobbo than you hamza
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Ouch..that's cold..lol..
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do not encourage him :unimpressed:
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Ouch..that's cold..lol..
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She felt it......

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I'd rather stalk a hobbo than you hamza
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Then why aren't you stalking a "hobbo"?


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do not encourage him :unimpressed:
Haha...sorry...that should've been more discouraging than anything...lol
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She felt it......

Then why aren't you stalking a "hobbo"?


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Haha...lol...
Wow...u guys r cold...ice cold...lol
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