The average width of a UK internal door in England and Wales is generally 762mm (2’6”), while in Scotland it is slightly narrower at 726mm.
The world’s largest door is 465 feet high and takes 45 minutes to open or close.
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The two-word phrase ‘cellar door’ is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful phrases in the English language in a purely sonic sense.
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You wud expect the Scots to have thicker doors due to the colder weather, but I suppose it is cheaper to have a thinner door.
Ha ha! Small door wankers.
No it makes sense. The door hole is narrower letting in less cold.
I wonder if the English regularly fall through doors up here, expecting them to be heavier.
Strange for a country famous for deep-frying chocolate to have narrower doors.
The door hole?
Yeah, the bit you walk through. The door hole.
I’ve just submitted a form for a quote for three bits of hardwood board totalling about £5. Will a salesman get back to me with a quote?
how do you know it totals about £5 if they haven’t got back to you yet?
something fishy about this
There is a price on the website and it looks like you are about to order it and then it is submitted for a quote.
fact in the OP looks like it’s probably based on a typo unfortunately
how much will three bits of hardwood board cost @discobot quote
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