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Besides from home, garden, and industries, where can be used the hose reels?

 
 
Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:18 am
Besides from home, garden, and industries, where can be used the hose reels?
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Lordyaswas
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:32 am
@rhennicey21,
The reels and hose can be anywhere of usage when water is concerned or worried.

Hose can also be worn with kilt when performing a vigorous and revealing reel.

Och the noo.
Pearlylustre
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:36 am
@Lordyaswas,
A couple of weeks ago someone stole a big chunk of my garden hose to syphon all the petrol out of my car.
Lordyaswas
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:39 am
@Pearlylustre,
Blimey! A 70's style crime.

I thought that cars nowadays had an anti syphon thingy built in.

How annoying for you.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:54 am
@Pearlylustre,
That constituted a gross abuse of your hose,
to say nothing of the missing petroleum.

If a criminal tried that here,
he 'd be shot on sight, doing that.
We don t have that problem.





David
fhantor1
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:54 am
reels and hoses can used anywhere where there is water .
OmSigDAVID
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 02:59 am
@fhantor1,
Yes. Real good horses can be used near water,
but not in it, because the horses don t like to get their hooves wet too much.
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Miss L Toad
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 03:19 am
@Pearlylustre,
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someone stole a big chunk of my garden hose to syphon all the petrol out of my car


That sucks. Wouldn't you think they'd do the decent thing and run out of petrol closer to your car? If I were you, I'd post a note on the local gum tree describing the colour, texture and length of the piece you're missing. You never know who might keep an eye out for you.

Did they steal the offending end because they were too lazy to wipe it clean of fingerprints? And what of the nozzle?
Pearlylustre
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 03:26 am
@OmSigDAVID,
I didn't see the person who took my petrol. They did it when I was asleep and didn't alert me to the fact that they were doing it. I've bought a locking petrol cap now - much cheaper than a gun. I have no desire to kill someone for petty theft anyway - even in your country I don't think it's a capital offence.
Pearlylustre
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 03:30 am
@Miss L Toad,
I hope they got a mouthful. My son works at a Mitre 10 garden centre - I get cheap hoses.
Miss L Toad
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 03:39 am
@Pearlylustre,
Do you go where the tradies go?
OmSigDAVID
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 04:08 am
@Pearlylustre,
Pearlylustre wrote:
I didn't see the person who took my petrol.
They did it when I was asleep
and didn't alert me to the fact
that they were doing it.
That's CHEATING!!!
The NERVE of some people !


Pearlylustre wrote:
I've bought a locking petrol cap now - much
cheaper than a gun.
I hope that he will be sufficiently ethical
to respect your rights to that nice new cap, and not steal it
and leave your petroleum alone, in the future.


Pearlylustre wrote:
I have no desire to kill someone for petty theft
anyway - even in your country I don't think
it's a capital offence.
Its not, but we still have the right to defend our property
from felonious burglars; sometimes, when thay have arrived,
some of my countrymen have given them the 1 gun salute,
but the burglars don t always think that brings good luck.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 04:23 am
@Pearlylustre,
Pearlylustre wrote:
I hope they got a mouthful.
My son works at a Mitre 10 garden centre - I get cheap hoses.
Yestercentury, I knew a fellow named Ken
who told me of his syphoning some gasoline from
a gas tank in 1 of his cars, but he did it incorrectly,
such that in sucking it out, he accidentally swallowed some gas.
He said it caused him years of chronic stomach difficulties,
despite a lot of medical attention.
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Pearlylustre
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 04:33 am
@Miss L Toad,
No, I go where they're mighty helpful.
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OmSigDAVID
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 04:37 am
@Miss L Toad,
Miss L Toad wrote:

Quote:
someone stole a big chunk of my garden hose to syphon all the petrol out of my car


That sucks. Wouldn't you think they'd do the decent thing
and run out of petrol closer to your car? If I were you,
I'd post a note on the local gum tree describing the colour,
texture and length of the piece you're missing.
That is EXCELLENT advice and tell them the color and texture
of the petroleum that u r missing!


Miss L Toad wrote:
You never know who might keep an eye out for you.
U never know!!


Miss L Toad wrote:
Did they steal the offending end because they were too lazy
to wipe it clean of fingerprints? And what of the nozzle?
Yes !
Those r OUTSTANDING points.
How many fingerprints were on the stolen hose ???
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Pearlylustre
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 05:29 am
@Miss L Toad,
Quote:
Did they steal the offending end because they were too lazy to wipe it clean of fingerprints? And what of the nozzle?

Yes they kept the piece they used. I'm sure it will come in handy next time they need to fill up. I guess they didn't want to suck the nozzle so they cut a metre or so off the end and left that for me to keep as a reminder of their visit.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 05:49 am
@Pearlylustre,
Quote:
Did they steal the offending end because they were too lazy
to wipe it clean of fingerprints?
Such indolence is reprehensible !


Pearlylustre wrote:
Yes they kept the piece they used.
I'm sure it will come in handy next time they need to fill up.
Ahhh, but U will DEFEAT them,
with your new petroleum cap !
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izzythepush
 
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Wed 19 Nov, 2014 09:41 am
My hose is fine, but a lot of people covet my doublet.
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