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Split Soy Beans

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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby Pinklepurr » 21st Apr, '09, 23:49

Not in your house I hope...
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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby slinky » 22nd Apr, '09, 08:45

Tas wrote:saw a rat the size of a small cat today, ugly fec'r


[smilie=rotflmao.gif] Oh, that made me laugh!

I agree with PP though -- hope it wasn't in your house :o
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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby Fat Bob » 23rd Apr, '09, 07:30

I drown the little feckers, so if caged, bring em over.

With some disinfectant to clean out the esky afterwards.
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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby BoD » 23rd Apr, '09, 07:39

For a minute there I thought I had stumbled into the "do children make you happy" thread, but then I realised that few people keep their kids in eskys
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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby Fat Bob » 23rd Apr, '09, 07:42

You'd need a big one. Not that a big esky is out of the question though.....
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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby BoD » 23rd Apr, '09, 08:01

can you get soundproof ones?
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Re: Split Soy Beans

Postby canuck » 23rd Apr, '09, 10:49

after a little while it will be sound proof, when the air runs out that is, no time at all
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