Wednesday, 23 May 2012

What the f*rk?

Plainly, LP does not know his own strength . . .




10 comments:

  1. Coo - I've broken the shaft on a fork before, but never know the metal to shear. LP isn't Uri Geller on the sly, is he??

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    1. This was a new fork 12 months ago. Bag End is hard on all concerned!

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  2. I trust you'll be going to a shop that sells four candles.

    Roddie

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    1. Only if it's open all hours because by the time I finish in the garden, normal shops are closed :}

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  3. How strange as we have a friend who has recently broken both a garden fork and a garden spade. One was new and guaranteed for life - a worrying thought! Maybe the digging demon is casting an evil spell.

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    1. Or maybe Sue, like us, your friend has stones the size of small erratics just beneath the soil!

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    2. My Spear and Jackson guaranteed-for-life-stainless-steel-fork which broke on the shaft was promptly collected and a new one delivered despite it being nine years old and without receipt (even *I* don;t keep nearly decade old receipts). It's successor has done stalwart service at the Hill for - gosh - five years and I would not hesitate to recommend.

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    3. Nice to know that Hazel. I covet more copper tools from Implementations so for now I will put up with my S&J fork with bent tines :}

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    1. Hi Pat, it is telling that I broke a fork in the garden a couple of years ago and now LP has worn out this one. Definitely too much hard work, I am looking forward to the day when we call a halt to all this construction.

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