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        05-25-2013, 11:41 PM
      #9551
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    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    Alex, you could tell them to go water your pasture.
    I've been waiting a LONG time Celeste, for you to ... come on over and have a .... to help water my pasture.
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        05-25-2013, 11:47 PM
      #9552
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    Originally Posted by Sereno    
    I've been waiting a LONG time Celeste, for you to ... come on over and have a .... to help water my pasture.
    I find pasture watering to be a bit inconvenient for members of the better sex. I prefer to find a bush to get behind rather than shoot a moon at the universe.
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        05-25-2013, 11:53 PM
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    Its 2-45pm on Sunday afternoon in NZ and the rain has stopped. No riding, feeling to lazey but I have managed to dig a couple of poles out. They were doing nothing so I thought why not and out they came.

    One of our friends, lady 71y we go riding with. Her husband passed away a couple of days ago. Makes one wonder how long, when one is well north of 40 and I do mean well north.

    I can't turn my toes up just yet I have a purpose in life. As well as getting 10 years riding out of Bugs it is my mission in life to hang around and annoy the hell out of AlexS.

    I had 4 carrots this morning now I'm down to one I don't think I want to play any more.
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        05-25-2013, 11:59 PM
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    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    I find pasture watering to be a bit inconvenient for members of the better sex. I prefer to find a bush to get behind rather than shoot a moon at the universe.

    Better sex what are you smoking to think that.

    I have a joke but its a little borderline well it is borderline, on second thoughts it may be over the boarder should I take the chance and post it.
         
        05-25-2013, 11:59 PM
      #9555
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    I am really trying hard, and yet I know I am being a total B....!! I am trying hard to not say anything, and just give looks. The kids are responding to the looks, Brad understands for the first two seconds we talk about it, and then doesn't after that. He gets the look, and gives it back!!! GRRRR!!!

    I really am trying very hard not to yell at anyone, I promise I am. One kid was yelled at, and I turned to Brad and told him to take over, and he said I was being fair.

    It's inside me that I want to kill someone.

    Not sure I am brave enough to take the patch off Stan. Let me at least get a week in first.


    And you know what, I choose to have my mental breakdown, as a bunch of new people join this convo, and I am talking about wanting to kill kids and things. Laugh. I don't know how to make that better, well they are not my kids - erm that's worse. Well they are teens, that's worse too as most teens can just go hang out with friends.
    I think I won't bother to explain and they can get to know me when I am more sane. Hopefully, I will be, and they will want to at that point.
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        05-26-2013, 12:00 AM
      #9556
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    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    I find pasture watering to be a bit inconvenient for members of the better sex. I prefer to find a bush to get behind rather than shoot a moon at the universe.

    I have a very open yard, with one tree, that's no big enough to cover all angles. But the men are all taking this a different direction anyway.
         
        05-26-2013, 12:10 AM
      #9557
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    Originally Posted by AlexS    
    I have a very open yard, with one tree, that's no big enough to cover all angles. But the men are all taking this a different direction anyway.
    No we are not I am just responding to what has been written and it was not me who mention the better sex first. I can't help it if my response reads wrong. I live on the underside of you lot and don't go reading any thing into that. I was going to mention that is why I sometimes get things up side down
         
        05-26-2013, 12:17 AM
      #9558
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    Stan I was typing at the time of the last post, and so it wasn't meant in the context it is now reading. I was only joking, before things kinda went in a different direction. Hang on and will address that in a second.
         
        05-26-2013, 12:19 AM
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    Well i'm not offended by anyone and have enjoyed the friendly goings on over the past weeks.

    My responses have not been to over the top, I think.

    Celeste I think my comment of better sex can be read two ways and I left the reference to the gender out only to get a laugh.

    My post on being underneith was also only to confirm I am underneith you lot so see things from a different angle as a pun.

    I trust I have not stood on any toes.
         
        05-26-2013, 12:20 AM
      #9560
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    Bruce, I can see that you are obviously upset. It's clear tonight, and has been possibly the last week or so. It's hard to tell sometimes if you were joking or not, I took it as you were upset, but others didn't seem to, so I assumed that I was over reacting.

    I think maybe this is better as a pm, but you made it kind of public. I will send you a pm too after I send this message.

    How about for the convo here, that you just let us know that you are ok? I think we all care about you, and would like to hear that.

    Message coming.
         

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