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    Monday, November 20, 2006

    My ex-girlfriend's sister had one of Jamie Durie's g-strings

    In these days of trepidation regarding climate change and global warming, a thought occurred to me the other day which strikes fear into my heart.
    First let me qualify this particular thought by saying that the last lifestyle program that I had much time for was Torque in the seventies (Couldn't find a link.). However, having been exposed to a few episodes of shows that involve gardening and in particular, makeovers of people's backyards,
    I have noticed something disturbing. Nobody has a Hill's Hoist. Or if they do, the correct course of action is to remove it. They don't even replace it with one of those reel in and out doovies.

    Nup, it's carbon- emission central for this people. Maybe they think that because they have planted callistemons and bromeliads and stuff, that makes them carbon-neutral. I have, of course, written this post out of concern for the planet and not as an excuse to post a photo of Jody Rigby, whom I admire for her horticultural skill, work ethic and ability to drive a bobcat and not for her droolworthiness.

    9 Comments:

    Blogger Yorkshire Pudding said...

    I don't get what you're saying about the Environment with a big E but I applaud your choice of Miss Rigby for illustrative purposes. What a healthy young filly she is!

    11/23/2006 06:54:00 pm  
    Blogger RobC said...

    What is a Hill's Hoist?
    I also love girls that can drive industrial machinery by the way...

    11/24/2006 05:13:00 am  
    Blogger phil said...

    Fortunately yours is a silent blog because although application of Ms Rigby would make nearly any withered old thing grow, she has a voice that would would make barbed wire curl up and die at forty paces.

    11/24/2006 07:52:00 pm  
    Blogger adrian said...

    Err, great shot of a bonza shiela. Sadly though the image doesn't enlarge to bonza size. For research of course.

    11/25/2006 01:05:00 am  
    Anonymous og said...

    Hill's hoist is a clothesline.

    11/27/2006 02:17:00 am  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Then I'm such a rebel...just installed a Hill's Hoist to replace an old one my kid broke (yes, swinging on it). Even got the galvanised original model.

    12/12/2006 04:57:00 am  
    Blogger Inner west guy said...

    It's not only her voice that would kill things it's her manner in general, she is almost man like in appearance. Yobbo jaw line does it I think? Maybe the mans shoulders?? No wait! It’s the hands, there the hands of an old man.

    6/25/2008 07:34:00 pm  
    Anonymous Motorcycle Gear said...

    Nice article, real attention grabbing headline.
    Cheers Bill.

    1/25/2012 07:18:00 am  
    Anonymous M said...

    I've passed Jody in real life and she is drop dead gorgeous. Like, WOW!

    7/27/2012 04:32:00 pm  

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