No, they're on the nicer homes around here. Council houses have pebbledash, gravel driveways (if any), and paving slabs for paths. That's ugly. Why would you want plain walls when you can have a nice natural texture?
I met this gal in a bar and one thing lead to another. I said, "Let's go back to my place."
She said, "Oh, do you have cable?"
Nothing natural about that, its as artificial as bricks, just more variable.
And that isnt real stone blocks, its thin slices of stone stuck on to
presumably brick but may even be stuck on to cement sheet etc.
It's better than the neighbouring "Garganey", which in Scots is pronounced nothing like the English would. It's a bird by the way.
Sweet dreams are made of cheese, who am I to diss a Brie? I cheddar the world and the feta cheese, everybody's looking for Stilton.
I thought you were in Scotland. It's called "harling" and is a
weatherproof coating appled to many buildings - not just council houses.
Bricks made in Scotland tended to be porous, so harling was needed to keep
out the rain. It was also used to give a uniform appeareance to the
outside of some older, stone, buildings.
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