Wednesday, 20 August 2008

Health and Safety I

Team Sock make Health and Safety accessible...

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11 comments:

Crusty Bedsocks said...

LOL! Love it!

VP said...

At least she had her safety specs on...

Oops, I typed that as safety pecs at first - what must I have been thinking of?

emmat said...

Sometimes there isn't a man to get in! That's the problem!

Though i have to admit that for the first time i'm thinking of calling my skint friend Andy and asking if he'll dig my allotment for two days - in fact, Dear Arabella, what do you think it would reasonable to offer someone you know has no money, but you don't want to lose the friendship of, to dig your allotment with you? Homemade cakes and ale provided.

Arabella Sock said...

That is a difficult one Emma. Paying friends is tricky, easier to bribe them with the promise of a crate of wine or good meal out.

I find most of the 'men' you get in these days aren't as good as they used to be.

Pork Chop said...

Which begs the question - how many men have you had in lately Arabella Sock, and for what purpose? We should be told.

Anonymous said...

If this is helpful
I had a man from Stumpbusters this morning and his rates were very reasonable.
He didn't dress up like in Ghostbusters though

granro said...

Poor, poor Matthew.

That's so funny!

I couldn't help thinking they made quite a good couple, though.

(Alys and Matthew, not the dogs!)

HappyMouffetard said...

A gold medal effort from the Sock.
Wonderful.

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Sound advice! That's why I have an under-gardener, you don't expect me to do all the rough work in the garden do you? I'm more of a pruners in the one hand and a glass of champagne in the other hand kind of gardener. Cheers! ;-)

alys said...

Hey my my nod to Sebestian Tellier on Eurovision is completely ruined if you put me in a nightdress (and for future reference I favour thirties cotton ones).

Still this made my evening.

Arabella Sock said...

HA ha! Welcome Yolanda Elizabet and Alys. I nearly pictured Alys with a glass of champagne in a deckchair watching the "man" do all the work - but I felt it went without saying.