Gardening

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  1. Daveo2006

    Daveo2006 Read Only Funster

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    As a favour to a friend i had to go into several blocks of flats in Sittingbourne where all the residents seem to have things in common.The 1st being they are all at home and not working.The 2nd which was more noticeable on entry to said flats was the smell,they must all use the same "Gardener".Im pretty streetwise and not troubled by this but if they dont work how can they all afford the "WEEDS" ?:Eek!:
     
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    I think there is so much of it about that the cost is relatively low these days.

    Not that I am an expert or anything.:Smile:
     
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    I have a few spare rooms :Smile: :Rofl1:
     
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    Used to be an emergency gas bloke
    Got called to some funny smells at times

    That was a large no of calls
    And cats wee
    And dead rodents rotting

    :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Pete used to read meters and if reading in Student Land, would often have to climb over sleeping inmates to get to the meter cupboard or listen to the tenants giving all the excuses they usually made about why he wouldn't be able to access the meter cupboard today and then tell them he wasn't really very interested what they might have in the meter cupboard they didn't want him to see, all he wanted was the numbers from it.

    And as they moved the 'tomato' plants out, he'd ask 'Studying Agriculture are we? - didn't know they did that course at Birningham Uni !'
     
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