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To me, if life boils down to one thing, it's movement. To live is to keep moving, please don't keep the Nicks Removals experience hush hush we develop our business through recommendation. If you know someone who would benefit from our removal service please give them our contact details, thank you!

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Need to move your stuff? below are listed feedback from customers who have used our removal company, so that you can see their opinion. An essential element of Nicks Removals mission is making every customer "happy"! customers feedback about their Nicks Removals experience is essential to this goal. Many share the unique way that Nicks removals eased their worries and fears about moving home. from all over the Manchester UK, France and Spain.

Nicks Moving Company prides itself on professionalism and know how. With years of experience in the removal business you can be sure that only experienced professionals who take pride in what they do will move your belongings.

All feedback welcome and if you had a problem with your move please get in touch so it can be resolved, we like happy customers, and endeavour to make all our moves has stress free as possible for our customers. Thank You to all who took the time to send thanks in this busy life we all lead.

Moving is often a complex and emotional event. The following is a sample of feedback that demonstrate how Nicks Removals helped to make the process as stress free as possible for our customers. Quotes: Three removals are as bad as a fire.

How frail and transient is the material substance of letters, which makes their very survival so hazardous. Print has a permanence of its own, though it may not be much worth preserving, but a letter! Conveyed by uncertain transportation, over which the sender has no control; committed to a single individual who may be careless or unappreciative; left to the mercy of future generations, of families maybe anxious to suppress the past, of the accidents of removals and house-cleanings, or of mere ignorance. How often it has been by the rarest chance that they have survived at all!

Funny Letters not related to Nicks Removals, just a bit of humour, these are real letter extracts...

Funny Toilet Humour Real Letters taken from letters sent to a council housing office:

"I wish to report that tiles are missing from the outside toilet roof. I think it was bad wind the other night that blew them away."

"My lavatory seat is cracked - where do I stand?"

"The toilet is blocked and we cannot bath the children until it is cleared."

"50% of the walls are damp, 50% have crumbling plaster and 50% are plain filthy."

"Our lavatory seat is broken in half and is now in three pieces."

"This is to let you know that our toilet seat is broken and we can't get BBC2 television programs."

These are genuine extracts from letters sent to a council housing office double entendres galore but the senders wrote their words in all innocence.

Lady tenant complaining about DIY repairs next door:

"He has got this huge tool that vibrates the whole house and I just can't take it any more."

Problems with the garden foliage:
"My bush is really overgrown round the front and my back passage has fungus growing in it"

"It is the dog mess that I find hard to swallow."

"I am writing on behalf of my sink which is coming away from the wall."

Noisy neighbours:
"... and their 18 year old son is continually banging his balls against my fence."

"I want to complain about the farmer across the road; every morning at 6 a.m. his cock wakes me up and it's now getting too much for me."

"I am a single woman living in a downstairs apartment and would you please do something about the noise made by the man on top of me every night."

Dangerous paths:
"I wish to complain that my father hurt his ankle badly; then he put his foot in the hole in his back passage."

"Will you please send someone to mend the garden path? My wife tripped and fell on it yesterday and now she is pregnant."

Kitchen furniture problems:
"I am still having problems with smoke in my new drawers."

Repairs needed:
Send a man round with a big tool to finish the job and satisfy my wife.

"Will you please send a man to look at my water; it is a funny colour and not fit to drink."

"I have had the clerk of works down on the floor six times but I still have no satisfaction."

"Our kitchen floor is damp. We have two children and would like a third, so please send someone round to do something about it."

Often in life we send people the wrong message or messages without realising we are doing so. We can all be misunderstood which can lead onto events that are unfortunate, all because we do not listen or convey the message unclear.

Funny Letter
A Manchester Mother's Letter To Her Son

Dear Son:
Just a few lines to let you know that I'm still alive. I'm writing this letter slowly because I know that you cannot read fast. You won't know the house when you come home . . we've moved. About your father. . . He has a lovely new job. He has 500 men under him. He is cutting the grass at the cemetery.

There was a washing machine in the new house when we moved in, but it wasn't working too good. Last week I put 14 shirts into it, pulled the chain, and I haven't seen the shirts since. Your sister Mary had a baby this morning. I haven't found out whether it is a boy or girl, so I don't know whether you're an aunt or uncle.

Your Uncle Pat drowned last week in a vat of whiskey in a Dublin brewery. Some of his workmates dived in to save him, but he fought them off bravely. We cremated his body, and it took three days to put out the fire. Your dad didn't have much to drink at Christmas. I put a bottle of castor oil in his pint of beer. That kept him going till New Years day.

I went to the doctor on Monday and your father came with me. The doctor put a small tube into my mouth and told me not to open it for ten minutes. Your father offered to buy it from him.

It only rained twice last week. First for 3 days, and then for 4 days. Monday it was so windy that one of our chickens laid the same egg four times.

We had a letter yesterday from the undertaker. He said if the last instalment wasn't paid on your grandmother within 7 days; up she comes. Your Loving Mother,

P. S. I was going to send you £10.00 but I have already sealed the envelope.