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areia
13-11-2008, 11:17 AM
what lengths do you go to get certain items

me today im so low on newspapers i went round all the houses armed with my rucksack and took out two streets worth of newspapers from there recycle bins :oops:

George&dillon
13-11-2008, 11:23 AM
I've been known to do that before when i my dog was a puppy :lol: at the OH's disgust :lol:

picksmum
13-11-2008, 11:26 AM
:shock:

I helped myself to an armful of free newspapers from asda a few weeks back, the man handing out the baskets asked me if i had lots of eyes :shock:

because i was in my carer uniform i promptly replied, we have 50 residents and they all want one :oops::shock: :roll:

:lol:

CazScho
13-11-2008, 01:04 PM
:shock:

I helped myself to an armful of free newspapers from asda a few weeks back, the man handing out the baskets asked me if i had lots of eyes :shock:

:lol:

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: that me made me laugh out loud!!

CazScho
13-11-2008, 01:08 PM
I saw a willow tree in the road behind my house and wandered round to see if it was in a garden or not - it kind of was in someones front garden so I stood round the side and tried to pull a few bits off, but they wouldn't come.

Then I saw a lady looking at my from the house across the road (its a proper residential street) so I ended up biting them off :oops: while this lady watched alarmed out of her window :shock:

luvabun
13-11-2008, 01:10 PM
I saw a willow tree in the road behind my house and wandered round to see if it was in a garden or not - it kind of was in someones front garden so I stood round the side and tried to pull a few bits off, but they wouldn't come.

Then I saw a lady looking at my from the house across the road (its a proper residential street) so I ended up biting them off :oops: while this lady watched alarmed out of her window :shock::lol::lol: Love the "kind of in the garden" m'lord :lol: and as for the biting, I think I'd have been shocked to see that as well :lol::lol:

lotsofsmoggies
13-11-2008, 01:11 PM
I saw a willow tree in the road behind my house and wandered round to see if it was in a garden or not - it kind of was in someones front garden so I stood round the side and tried to pull a few bits off, but they wouldn't come.

Then I saw a lady looking at my from the house across the road (its a proper residential street) so I ended up biting them off :oops: while this lady watched alarmed out of her window :shock:

That is so funny good job I had just been for a wee! :lol::lol::lol:

simonsmybunny
13-11-2008, 01:17 PM
im lucky and live in a FFF so i go to the front of the buiolding and steal newspapers as they leave them there.

cheekytikki
13-11-2008, 01:33 PM
:lol: :lol: at the biting the willow :shock: :lol:

i dont embarrass myself too much just occasionally on dog walks i will be walking round with bags of grass, weeds and apple sticks.

i do frequently buy things in from america for my dogs though (going to import a muzzle as cant get the colour i want in the UK :oops: )

i had my rabbit cage imported from germany too as couldnt find one i liked over here :oops:

susiemae
13-11-2008, 01:41 PM
what lengths do you go to get certain items

me today im so low on newspapers i went round all the houses armed with my rucksack and took out two streets worth of newspapers from there recycle bins :oops:


:lol::lol: Sometimes I take the kids to London in the holidays and we go by the London Underground. As our stop is the last one on the line on the way home, theres loads of free papers, so my son goes through all the carriages collecting the free papers - people look at us like we're nuts but hey, its free!:lol:

If Im desperate for newspapers, I have been known to specially buy them just to line the hutches, I dont even read them first:oops:

luvabun
13-11-2008, 01:43 PM
I have been known to pick up the newspapers that are left over from the American flights..... and taken perverse pleasure in knowing the buns were peeing on George W.'s face :oops: :lol:.

joey&bugys 2007
13-11-2008, 01:43 PM
:lol::lol: I work in London and do this everyday. Come home with about 5 London papers and 5 London lites :oops::lol:

picksmum
13-11-2008, 11:02 PM
:roll: you lot are bad

:lol:

Jack-Bun
13-11-2008, 11:08 PM
Our grass has been treated, so we get grass form somewhere else. One time we couldn't find anywhere suitable, so we walked a bit down our road, and there is a patch of grass, that is next to someones front garden...I didn't know it was their front garden, so I came back into the house saying "There is some down there, but I don't know if it is their gaeden" So me and my mum wer both stood looking at these peoples front garden, turned round, and the neighbours across the road were washing their car, stood staring at us like this :shock:

It was so embarresing:lol::lol:

Jack x

janice
13-11-2008, 11:12 PM
Zoe

If you are ever in need of papers let me know, most weeks I put some out in the recycling as between my eldest son and myself we end up bringing too many home. At the moment I am using more than normal but still getting in more than I use.

BinkyBun
13-11-2008, 11:16 PM
I have been known to pick up the newspapers that are left over from the American flights..... and taken perverse pleasure in knowing the buns were peeing on George W.'s face :oops: :lol:.

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

areia
13-11-2008, 11:28 PM
Zoe

If you are ever in need of papers let me know, most weeks I put some out in the recycling as between my eldest son and myself we end up bringing too many home. At the moment I am using more than normal but still getting in more than I use.

i have a loverly old boy who actually collects newspapers from his street and puts them outside his door for me along with the odd bit of green he once left me a load of parsnips but i didnt have the heart to say me buns cant eat them, but like you ive been using so much more lately what with the rain and the forever peeing babies, i decided to go on the scronge, i kinda like it really, had one bloke ask me what the hell am i doing i explained and he was fine about it, but if i get desperate i will give you a shout

casu consulto
14-11-2008, 12:57 AM
I saw a willow tree in the road behind my house and wandered round to see if it was in a garden or not - it kind of was in someones front garden so I stood round the side and tried to pull a few bits off, but they wouldn't come.

Then I saw a lady looking at my from the house across the road (its a proper residential street) so I ended up biting them off :oops: while this lady watched alarmed out of her window :shock:



Oh, oh! I've done that, I've done that! Willow branches are tricky to snap off! Only, with me, I was half dangling over a fishing lake, gnawing at the branch to snap it off... :roll: Courting with disaster that was.

Often get weird looks at our local park type area... My mum and I skip about snapping branches off the Hawthorn, Willow & Birth trees. :lol: And then recently our neighbour said we could take grass from her front garden, for the bunnies... So my mum's been going out with scissors and a bowl twice a day to cut them some (apparently, it's superior to our grass which they now sneer at, the monsters) and across the street they're having an extension built, so the builders stop and stare at her like she's nuts.

Mazda
14-11-2008, 12:46 PM
If Im desperate for newspapers, I have been known to specially buy them just to line the hutches, I dont even read them first:oops:


mum does that! :lol: x

CazScho
14-11-2008, 02:33 PM
Oh, oh! I've done that, I've done that! Willow branches are tricky to snap off!

YES!!!! Bendy blooming things!!

Phill
14-11-2008, 03:14 PM
YES!!!! Bendy blooming things!!

Just wakl about with a pair of secatures in your back pocket, i have a minipair :oops::oops:

cheekytikki
14-11-2008, 03:16 PM
that is such a good idea i normally spend ages trying to break apple branches they snap fine but you always get that little bit that doesnt want to break so i tend to end up twisting it :oops:

Phill
14-11-2008, 03:19 PM
that is such a good idea i normally spend ages trying to break apple branches they snap fine but you always get that little bit that doesnt want to break so i tend to end up twisting it :oops:

Poundland usually have small sets of gardening bits in the spring, thats where i got my mini ones from ideal for hiding in your pocket

Charys
14-11-2008, 05:19 PM
I too buy newspapers specially that I never read to line the hutches !!!! If I can't get out to buy papers I use...the shame of it...top quality white printer paper.

TermiteFrank
14-11-2008, 07:21 PM
I go up and down the backs of my row of terraced houses pulling grass and dandelions up from outside my neighbour's back walls. Luckily the neighbours all know I'm hatstand bonkers already so me explaining to them I'm picking the rabbits some breakfast is met with only mild interest. :lol:

biscuitblossom
14-11-2008, 07:26 PM
I go up and down the backs of my row of terraced houses pulling grass and dandelions up from outside my neighbour's back walls. Luckily the neighbours all know I'm hatstand bonkers already so me explaining to them I'm picking the rabbits some breakfast is met with only mild interest. :lol:

*hatstand bonkers*:lol::lol::lol::lol: