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Old 26.11.2011, 00:36
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Operation Overlaundry.....

Guys,

I know I should Google and spend days researching the EF search function so feel free to groan away and give me red blobbies....not taking into account the number of times I have given extensive help to people on these fora etc etc blah blah blah....

I would like to get hold of a 2012 calendar of the variety that is normally pinned to laundry room walls...the idea is to fill the thing out with our preferred dates for the entire year...and and stick it up there before the ruling "Bunzli" Cosa Nostra in our apartment building get the chance.

Is there a stationery shop somewhere that specialises in Laundry Room Bünzli supplies that we might check in Zürich?

And even if you lot have no idea, what the heck, it makes for a fun thread.

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Old 26.11.2011, 00:51
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Re: Operation Overlaundry.....

I've never seen a laundry room calender, but would guess that it has 12 months, and shows 365 366 days, starting Jan 1st and ending Dec 31st.

Can you not just print one from here, mount on the back of a CornFlakes box, and cover with Blue Peter's favourite crafts product (or use a laminating machine).
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Old 26.11.2011, 01:11
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Re: Operation Overlaundry.....

You might find something suitable here that you can download and print for free.
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Re: Operation Overlaundry.....

Migros (in Dietikon) always gives them away free of charge and our chemist as well. They think it's good advertising. So every year we put them on the wall next to the washing machine and everyone is happy. We haven't had any problems since. If for some reason we can't get one gratis we buy them from Coop.
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