B&Q won't let you do things for yourself at the moment, since its website, diy.com, has collapsed, presumably under the weight of pre-bank holiday DIYers. The site is unavailable "due to essential maintenance", rather ironically, according to its landing page. Oddly enough, no-one on Twitter seems to have noticed that the site …
Who googled google...again?
First goolge, then amazon.com, now B&Q. The internet seems to be falling apart over the past few days. Come on admit it, whose googled google, again, and brought the whole thing crashing down?
(or is .gov.uk trying out their new chinese bought filtering solution?)
... there goes my plans to build a faraday cage in an underground bunker for the forthcoming data apocalypse that seems to be imminent... sod it, I'll do it next weekend instead.
Must have been in-house development. You should always get a proper tradesman in to build your web site.
The tradesmen should Start, Appearing, Presently. ...
I wanted some 7CM*7CM wood.
What am i to do?
Their site is so shite that...
...somebody else really should be "diy.com". I'll buy that for a dollar etc
Block & Quayle's Website
Has been up and down like a tart's proverbials for the last week or two.
On Monday I was FORCED to go out into meatspace and order a shed and a load of compost DIRECT from a PERSON in store using WORDS and everything.
You don't seriously expect us to believe that do you?
surely the quote 'order a shed' makes it sound almost believable?
Slow news day...
Their site's working over here. BTW, you Brits would appreciate a sign I noticed in front of the local Home Depot today:
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