cane pokes in ya eye , not here

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cane pokes in ya eye , not here
« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2007, 00:44 »
Sorry to disappoint, people, but a bottle of wine really does last over a week around here. I'm what the French call a continental drinker - I don't throw away the cork (or screw cap). Don't mind the occasional glass of wine but I'm not really much of a drinker.  OH doesn't drink at all, but a lot of fun nonethless. Makes it harder in this house to collect corks for capping canes.  :lol:  :lol:



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« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2007, 17:02 »

Last year I bought a pack of play balls from tescos and they are usefull for topping canes and at £3 for around 50 very cheap and tho I usually utilse anything I can recycle, they looked really jolly and they stop nets from slipping down canes and you cant miss them so no poked eyes.  

A really cool side effect of these is ......... I was having a bit of bother with birds attacking plants but they won't come near the coloured balls, they seem to have a 'scarecrow' effect so I didn't need to put nets where I put them



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cane pokes in ya eye , not here
« Reply #17 on: March 02, 2007, 21:35 »
Quote from: "fluffypebble"
And you can reuse the bag inside the box as a water carrier should you need one, which is unlikely unless you are camping but you never know.

They make a handy 'travel pillow' if you re-inflate them.

If life gives you lemons...wrap a dog turd in newspaper and set fire to it on Life's doorstep.

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