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Hey and I would like to welcome you to my short profile, my real name is Ayyub but my mates call me Cookie, I am a sash window expert from Canterbury, United Kingdom. My hobbies are drama, mountaineering and model aircraft. I grew up in in Barrow in Furness and I went to University of Greenwich. I have a brother Nico and a sister Leah, I've a pet pig called Koda. I operate a sash window agency and like to assist property owners with their window fitting projects

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