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Blimey O'Reilly

This must have taken some cutting!

 

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Re: Blimey O'Reilly

They must have been saw after that...

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Re: Blimey O'Reilly

The woman did the sawing, the men held the ladder.

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Quite possibly. A couple of years back I watched my next door neighbour holding the ladder whilst his wife was up top painting the window frames. Said he was afraid of heights. Huh 

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Re: Blimey O'Reilly

Amazing.

You can see that they even had to join two saws together.

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Re: Blimey O'Reilly

Noooooooo. Those people are only 6 inches high! It's from a Leprechaun wood!

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Minivanman wrote:

Quite possibly. A couple of years back I watched my next door neighbour holding the ladder whilst his wife was up top painting the window frames. Said he was afraid of heights. Huh 


I can't quite remember who posted it but I recall someone on the forum mentioning his wife was standing on a stool to read the meter ?

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No good keeping a dog and barking yourself.

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@gleneagles

"I can't quite remember who posted it but I recall someone on the forum mentioning his wife was standing on a stool to read the meter?"

Well I did say it was possible Wink

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Shame on me, but my wife's sense of balance is much better than mine!Embarrassed

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@Luzern

So which one of you was it in the supermarket that had to wait for assistance for a young lady to help you get up ?

If it was you I must remember that tip, one way of getting the attention of a young lady.

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twocvbloke wrote:

They must have been saw after that...


...treemendous effort.

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gleneagles wrote:

@Luzern

So which one of you was it in the supermarket that had to wait for assistance for a young lady to help you get up ?

If it was you I must remember that tip, one way of getting the attention of a young lady.

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Re: Blimey O'Reilly

As Michael Caine might have said:"I told you to prune a few branches, not [Censored]..."

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Re: Blimey O'Reilly

@Minivanman  The truth is more likely that she didn't trust him to do a good job.