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Guest beardo

wonk nikcufahtom saggin

 

this invention saved my life the last couple days

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:lol:

I got one of those, I think it works better as a vacuum...fuck raking the leaves.

 

How exactly does a leaf blower save a life though?

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i hate those things, i swear, my neighbor uses one at like 7 am to blow the leaves off his driveway.

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You don't really apreciate the leaf blower until you actually have to use one. And if and when you use one - please be repsectful to your neighbors and use it at a appropiate time. Don't be "that guy".

 

My sucks, as well as blows.

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I remember when my old roommate got one. Everyone wanted to use it...after 30 minutes or so it just went back to the same old bagging leaves BS. I still have much appreciation for them though. I'm going for the backpack model next year.

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Originally posted by beardo

wonk nikcufahtom saggin

 

this invention saved my life the last couple days

 

How so? I raked leaves the other day, and it sucked ass.... but I think I'm tougher because of it.

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Guest BROWNer

i imagine you can use them to remove snow drifts or

snowed in walkways...could be handy for my area right now.

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Originally posted by GnomeToys

I hate you for living in a place where you don't need to rake leaves until January.

 

technically speaking you never really HAVE to rake leaves.

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^^That's what I was thinking.... my whole thing is like, fuck raking leaves.... they're gonna blow back in the yard anyway, and the trees are gonna drop more next year anyway. Solution: chop down trees.

 

Oh, and can you believe that it didn't really even get cold here until last week or so.... we saw our first freeze. Christmas day was short sleeve wheather, no joke.

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Originally posted by heavyLox

technically speaking you never really HAVE to rake leaves.

 

True.

 

I grew up in a small redneck town in Indiana so we just kind of got them into spaced out piles and lit them on fire.

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^^^ lived there for the first 17 days or so of my life. don't recall what we did with out leaves then.

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Beardo... by all means... rake away... and if you have that much energy, you can do yard work for me so I don't have to... I will pay you in wooden nickels.

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hhaha what!?? please explain... is it like, wetted TP in a leaf blower.... that would be awesome, talk about spitball in your hair.

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i remember a few years ago in so cal they tried to outlaw them due to emmissions, all the gardners were pissed and showed up at city hall protesting and stuff ... eventuly the ban was lifted and i dont think anyone has tried it again.

 

but to add the FUNK !!!!!!!!!

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BY: Rubén Ortiz Torres

Cusomized leafblower machine with goldplated engine, velvet and metalflake candy paintjob

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Originally posted by Dirty_habiT

hhaha what!?? please explain... is it like, wetted TP in a leaf blower.... that would be awesome, talk about spitball in your hair.

the easy way: tape a paint roller handle to the end of the blower, stick a roll of toilet paper on there, turn it on, and it shoots about 15 of paper... then just keeps rolling... i'll try to put pictures up when i get home...

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