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Found a handgun wrapped in a plastic bag..   must of been in there a year or so as it was startin to rust up..

 

 

 

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Found a handgun wrapped in a plastic bag..   must of been in there a year or so as it was startin to rust up..
 
 
 

Water pistols from playing toy soldiers dont count vesp, ........... can i have it back now though
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When we first moved into our place there was no fence just a massive overgrown hedge. I found my 75 year old neighbour hiding in it, turned out she was playing hide n seek with her grandchildren.

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We found a crispy dead cat stuck in a fork of a conifer hedge. Customer asked us to get it out, I laughed and walked off but I think she was being serious!

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10 hours ago, stihlmadasever said:

Dildo...

and before bolam asks

no i dont know what it tasted like 😁

Must have been a lleylandi hedge, as they're a right c**t

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1 hour ago, Yournamehere said:

Was walking down a lane one time, looking at the hedge alongside the road. Only a bloody hornbeam wan't there.

 

That was well weird.

The only Hornbeam in existence is the one Stubby lives in.

 

Knock three times on the little door and hide. He has to come all the way down from the canopy.

 

Hours of fun.

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On 05/10/2018 at 07:33, aspenarb said:

A tramp, I nearly backed the mulcher over him :scared1:

 

Bob

So your risk assessments have now been altered to include the potential risk of mulching tramps?

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