A very suspicious promise   4 comments

Mony back guarantee not worth the billboard its printed on

Surely a “Mony back guarantee,” is not worth the billboard its printed on!

Maybe the “Gold Medalist, Empress of Astrology” should really be more honest and offer a money back guarantee.

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4 responses to “A very suspicious promise

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  1. Carrying on with the lawn comment, do you think she could solve a mole problem? Now that would be something!

    • Well it’s only a thought. But one way to solve the Mole problem would be to place all of the discarded lawn rollers your, and I say this with love, ‘deluded’ Mum has collected across the lawn.

      That way when the Moles come to the surface to build their wonderful hills the your bang their heads and after a while of head banging they would move on to a less protected garden.

      However you could do what I do and embrace the Mole, they are brilliant creatures and very creative, they have acres of rolled garden to use, but prefer lawns for aesthetic reasons I believe.

      One last Mole related comment. Did you know that the soil the Mole brings to the surface is really good stuff and should be transferred to the vegetable patch. It is so fine that it’s the stuff they give you a handful of to throw on a coffin before the pile the heavy stuff on top. Not many people know that 😂😂

      • I didn’t know that! Well I never. I’m afraid we had so many mole hills at one stage that we managed to fill all the summer pots and tubs and still ended up with a pile about 3ft high, we could easily fill a wheelbarrow removing a few days molehills. We have a large roller that we tow behind Dave, our quad bike, but the grass is still a maze of tunnels. *whispers* no sign of any moles for a while now… but having said that we have probably jinxed ourselves.

      • Moles go deeper underground when there is a frost so you might not see them for a while. I belive perfect Mole tunnel digging conditions are when the ground is damp but now saturated.

        On the banks of the Vlatava here there are numerous Mole er… whatever Mole encampments are called. I used to walk along the river into Prague when I was recuperating and was lucky to see loads of the little blind fellas pop up out of their hills with a look of bewilderment on their snouts as if they were saying, damn I dodn’t mean to come up here har ha.

        In the summer one of the stray cats we feed dumped a Mole at our front door, so sad. It was such a lovely thing and really tiny.

        Any road weekend wishes still apply.

        Just out of interest have you got snow I read that Dorset had some. We are set to get it tonight.

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