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Why itís Great to Be a Male Gardener

Posted by Mikey SoCA-Z10-22/23 (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 20, 05 at 0:45

ē Men can garden with or without wearing a shirt.
ē Men can bend over without someone ogling their butt....or their cleavage.
ē Men can screw up a GW trade without fear of repercussions because...., well because they are men and it is expected....
ē Men can garden in the front yard without first combing their hair or putting on makeup.
ē If a guy has really gotta go, he can pee in the compost pile and thus accomplish two things; heating up the compost and... well you know..
ē If a man gets angry with another GW trader he wonít e-mail ten GW friends in order to form an alliance...Men donít have ten GW friends.....
ē Men can wear whatever clothes they want while in the front yard without concern of them matching.
ē When male neighbors walk by and chat they look a man in the eye and not in the chest...
ē When the rototiller runs rough a man can give it a tune up.
ē If a man gets mad at another GW trader he may or may not say something and if he does say something it is said in private.... ducking
ē A man can swing by another male gardenerís house without bringing a little gift.
ē When women come by they donít really expect a man to know the botanical names of their plants.
ē A man can remove hose attachments without having to think, "righty tighty, lefty loosy." .... ducking again
ē A man doesnít need a bulb trowel to plant bulbs. Any trowel will do...
ē A man can garden without wearing gloves. Dirt behind the nails is almost expected....
ē When a man has disagreements with other GW members, they are generally short and sweet and seldom personal.
ē Men can mail a GW trade without enclosing a cute little note with a bunch of smiley faces.

I hope yíall canít hit a moving target....(ducking and weaving)


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RE: Why itís Great to Be a Male Gardener

I disagree with # 2 - lol - we ARE watching. lol
Pam


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RE: Why itís Great to Be a Male Gardener

You are too funny! The cleavage thing bothers me though. I work on a lot of construction sites and see a lot of BC. I'ts not a pretty sight.


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  • Posted by Mikey SoCA-Z10-22/23 (My Page) on
    Sun, Nov 20, 05 at 12:24

LOL @ Jim. Ah yes, I guess that in addition to boob cleavage there is also butt cleavage; certainly not a pretty sight on someone named Bubba....
-Mike


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  • Posted by OCGF Z8 UT (My Page) on
    Sun, Nov 20, 05 at 17:58

LMAOF!! Very true.

Omar


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LOL, too funny and Jim you're are so right! There's the same problem from females these days with the hip huggers and short tops back in style. I sure don't like seeing BC on anyone who is supposed to be dressed!

Nancy


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Mikey as always, I enjoy reading your posts LOL!

Annie


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RE: Why itís Great to Be a Male Gardener

While I could probably debate you on a few of those (and good thing you were ducking...and weaving...most of it is TRUE, true, true! LOL

Just hoppin' over here for a change of pace!
~Rosemarie


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RE: Why itís Great to Be a Male Gardener

That was good. Good thing you were a moving target. My aim aint that good. Need to hear some more MIke.


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Giving this one a bump ~ it was on the last page and it's just too funny to lose. Mikey, if you're still around, thank you for a few much-needed belly laughs!


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Trowel? What's a trowel?


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why its great to be a male gardener? hun let me see. o yes morning glorys with coffee and brugsMANsia with a beer =).
I can't wait for spring/summer.
Joseph


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