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Old 05-06-2006, 10:55 PM   #16
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I wonder if they have cliff notes for this...
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the lawn needs an edger...but I'm feeling I've exhausted my lawn-care for the year.
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Old 05-07-2006, 12:01 AM   #18
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am I the only one here that had to do the yardwork every weekend?!
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^did you have to do it with one of those stupid push mowers?!?

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that looks like the one I have mine is bigger

special grass or some damn thing it needs a special mower

but growing up I had the one with power
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yeah that is not the actual one, ours is custom designed to clog as much and often as possible leading to intense frustration and an acute desire to stick your head under the blade.

i seem to recall a powered one back in my younger years of childhood, but no more. ahhhh the irony.

although every weekend is probably an exaggeration in my case.

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Old 05-07-2006, 01:17 AM   #22
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Happy to say, I've never even touched one.



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I can't start a lawnmower either. Never had to use one before.
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I used one of those push mowers once about 12 years ago. That's a lot of work, especially in my yard! What a workout. Since then, we have the gardner come twice a month
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When I was a young lad I used to go around the neighborhood with my lawn mower and make some good money.
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I made a little money mowing lawns, too. Our backyard was a bitch to mow, though. We let it get out of hand one year and had to attack it with one of those chain bladed weed wackers just to get it down to a level where the mower could handle it.
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Mowing the lawn. Blech. Our backyard is full of mole holes.. so caution needs to be taken to make sure none of the moles get mowed.
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I've mowed 2 times already this spring.
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Old 05-12-2006, 06:55 PM   #29
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I heard Doozer has mowed a lot of lawns...

OMG!...I actually snorted and almost spit my drink on the computer monitor...
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i try to mow at least once a week
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