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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 6:22 am 
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BTW.... for all you "bald" sheilas... you do know you can get pubic wigs, called Merkins.

All sorts of fashion possibilities too
https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=Merki ... 80&bih=858



(For some reason photobucket deleted my pic? So here is a copy from a direct link)

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 6:27 am 
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Paraffin wax... as in candles?

Not during the dry season in Australia.... a bush fire would be a disaster!! :31



Parrafin waz as in surfboards :26

Back burning is needed so the bush doesnt get set alight lol lol lol lol :8


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 31, 2012 6:29 am 
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Of course scotsmen been wearing them for years...

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****WARNING - Next one does show a pussy****
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***WARNING - Britney Spears' Pussy***

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THIS is becoming a RIOT!

BTW... we have a Gardner. :52


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Is the gardener your Hubby? or do you get a bloke in to do the lawn :31

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How about a pink Flamingo? :31


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Ha ha ... hire a "bloke" to do it.

Now if I owned a sheep or two, they would take care of the grass, no?

Oh "No No"!! Check this out on the net. A newer removal "system" called "No No".

So many choices, so little time ...


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Sheep!!!

That is a variation on the Welsh/NZ legend :eek

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Ah... but when a girl says "no no" does she really mean "oui oui"

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Do ewe think so? Most men do -- but NO NO! :45


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bush burning, merkins, back burning, the pussy pics, the gardener, sheep and ewe... Image



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Before we leave sheep.. it really is an Ozzie thing...they sing about it

Ozzie icons "The Seekers" sing

"I'll never Find another Ewe"



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Wooly Lawn Mowers for Fun and Profit

On average, it costs about $10 per week for grass mowing, trimming, equipment maintenance and miscellaneous expenses. To pay for the lawn to be cut, we would be charged $40-60 per week, and in heavy growth times, the lawn needs to be cut twice each week. You are also committing about 3 to 8 hours of labor a week on lawn care if you mow yourself


That adds up to about 28 weeks of grass cutting over the whole season. In spring and fall, the grass needs to be cut twice per week, and during dry seasons, only every week and a half, a reasonable average would be about 32 cuttings required to maintain the lawn at a reasonable length and appearance.


Some breeds are more delicate than others, and a heritage breed might be the best way to start and learn the ropes with.Breed, husbandry and good health care can eliminate most problems that occur


graze your extra areas and keep the grass clipped to a perfect level for most of the growing season


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Starry eyes - great post!!

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MM I'll second that!! :31
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