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1 hour ago, Canny lass said:

Would a bit of garden hose not do the job just as well?

I think it would Canny lass, but I don't think it would be as comfortable to wear, but I think we could have fun if we left  the sprinkler attachment  on.  

If you see a group of men with looks of relief on tha  faces wandering around the flower beds outside the council offices you know what they are up to :P

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53 minutes ago, Canny lass said:

... and it's NATO approved! The mind boggles.

NATO ? National Association Toilets Operators   

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5 hours ago, moe19 said:

If you see a group of men with looks of relief on tha  faces wandering around the flower beds outside the council offices you know what they are up to :P

 

Haha! The Great Escape (literally!) :D

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pssst canny lass - found a pic of me with hair and beard and chopped Harley -- where ya want it sent ?? you can use it too scare the kids

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