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    Re: Woman's work

    I must admit when I bought my mower a few years back I got one that was easy to start, made life a whole lot easier, wiper sniper was electric as they are lighter to handle than petrol and less messy. Yep I can change a tyre if I have too and fix washers on taps, but gosh it is nice to have a man do some of these things now, you really do appreciate it (well i do). I still like mowing though. (I also think I do a better job) as I tend to do laps and cross over.
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    Re: Woman's work

    My SIL took her car to a mechanic once she was having trouble putting oil in the car she was trying to pour the oil down the hole the dipstick comes out of

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    Re: Woman's work

    If someone asks me what sort of car so & so has, I tell them it's a nice blue/grey/silver/black one

    I know someone who did that Jen......... & HE was in his late 20's!!!
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