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Yer we do 99% of the clearance work for new roads etc in Norfolk it's not the most fun work but it pays the bills! I am slowly turning my back on domestic work as it not my cup of tea and when ever I worked for other company's I did clearance work so that's what I am used to and tbh I am not very good at fancy reductions lol

Clearance is easy and that's what I am geared up for

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Sunday morning workout. Get rid of the buddleia and various other self seeded specimens from the water side of a bridge. Was quite fun. Fairly simple about 40 minutes work on a days money.

 

Found some manky lace knickers but they didn't fit and they are the wrong size for the girlfriend.

 

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Sunday morning workout. Get rid of the buddleia and various other self seeded specimens from the water side of a bridge. Was quite fun. Fairly simple about 40 minutes work on a days money.

 

Found some manky lace knickers but they didn't fit and they are the wrong size for the girlfriend.

 

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What were you anchored onto Rob ?

 

 

Was the root a pain to get out?

 

 

Were the knickers M&S or Agent Provocateur?

 

 

Any significant damage to the brickwork?

 

 

 

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