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post #331 of 348 Old 08-23-2013, 01:19 AM
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When my niece went to pick Mum up from hospital, she was a bit early. Two nurses were soaking wet. They had taken Mum to have a shower and she had soaked them both.
My niece, having inherited the family humour, just told them, " You shouldn't have relinquished control of the shower head."

Stan, one day at the stables a young girl was washing her pony's tail. It was spring and he had been on fresh grass so, it was rather 'green' and she had used far to much shampoo. I took his tail and flicked the bubbles over her. This brought a out a water fight.
Later, and I wa the only dry person around, I was a out to go out of the tack room when I saw two stings, one was a girl sat on the mounting block doing nothing, and the other was a shadow off the tack room roof.
This girl sitting, nodded. I stopped walking out but the owner, an elderly man, walked past me. He got the bucket of green soapy water!
Such were the times that all he said was, " This is not my day, I'm going home!"
He had a earlier reversed the van into a solid gate post and had also broken a fluorescent tube.
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post #332 of 348 Old 08-23-2013, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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When I was still working on the Electrical crew here, we all sat outside the shop for morning break and lunch. I should prelude this with the fact that Florida has a large population of Seagulls. Me and another guy always fed the seagulls cheetos and would drop them closer and closer to see how close we could get them. We had them where they were almost standing at our feet to collect their treats. We always played pranks of the Electrical Superintendent so this was going to be no different. We finally caught one of the birds and hook it's wings across eachother to keep it from flapping at us then tossed it in the boss' office and shut the door behind it. There was a huge commotion almost immediately and it sounded like 2 Sumo wrestlers having a go at it in that narrow hallway like office. BTW, he was late 50's and round like Santa with the shorter Santa version beard to add to your visual. He finally came out with this bird hanging upside down and half dead. Looked at all of us and said " It put up a heck of a fight, but in the end it decided sex with me wasn't worth living". We all died laughing until he made the list for night shift that covered the next two months. Haha

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post #333 of 348 Old 08-23-2013, 12:21 PM
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LOL! I want to work with you!

There is no sport like barrel racing. It requires more speed than a sprinter, more balance than a gymnast, more grace than a dancer, and a stronger team than football.
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LOL! I want to work with you!
Ok, I can always use extra moving targets to practice my aim with the Airsoft Rifle..

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Lol. Only if I can shoot back!

There is no sport like barrel racing. It requires more speed than a sprinter, more balance than a gymnast, more grace than a dancer, and a stronger team than football.
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At 300 rounds on full auto, do you think you will have time to find a target without getting stung by a BB? Btw, I have 4 clips for that one, 6 clips for the semi auto pistol and several loads for the shotgun.....bwahahaaahaaaaa

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Lol. I have almost that much for my Winchester .243 super short magnum... I leave the air soft for the the brothers. Obviously, I wear the camo in the family. :P
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Roadyy, wanna bring your target practicing skills to NZ? I'm sure many of the local doctors here would appreciate your skills maybe it's the kick they need to get their real practicing licenses rather than templates from the internet!

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Roadyy, wanna bring your target practicing skills to NZ? I'm sure many of the local doctors here would appreciate your skills maybe it's the kick they need to get their real practicing licenses rather than templates from the internet!
Try some of the practioners in Northland cornflake packet more like. That's why they are called practioners always practicing.
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post #340 of 348 Old 08-23-2013, 08:43 PM
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Try some of the practioners in Northland cornflake packet more like. That's why they are called practioners always practicing.
Anything would be better than where I am in the lower north island, im tempted to go down to wellington!

I confess to having my mum unrug both my horses early this morning when it was still cold out... sorry guys
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