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Cora 1 year ago
#11: Osmocote fertilizer. See: https://www.amleo.com/osmocote-14-14-14-slow-release-fertilizer/p/14144/
       
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Adelaide 1 year ago
I always love it when I find posts like these here. I find it interesting. Keep em coming! good
       
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Tricia 1 year ago
^ Those self praising posts keep coming and always the same.
good
       
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Hiram 1 year ago
#8 That is a poop scooper, they are often found in penthouse suites, very expensive resorts, and wealthy peoples homes. Once you have relieved yourself, you ring the front desk and ask for the "White Glove Retrieval Service". Use the tongs to fish out your previous meal and and one of the staff will be waiting at your door with both hands outstretched, ready to whisk away your chocolate dumplings. That is actually how rich people live, their toilets dont flush, they're just for sitting and pooping. Side factoid: that is the butlers number 1 job (or should i say 2), thats how they got the name BUTler and that is why they are always seen wearing gloves 36
       
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Levicy 1 year ago
Hiram,
Very funny and creative Hiram!!!
I use to work at a resort in Aspen and some of those folks are just as you described.
       
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Matilda 1 year ago
Number 8 is no poop scooper, ya dumb [email protected]#k, its used to pick up ice cubes..
       
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Valerie 1 year ago
Matilda,

obviously you are not rich.
       
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Ricka 1 year ago
Matilda,

Can't be. It is fixed to the wall.

I think Hiram is right.
       
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Lindy 1 year ago
#17 The text is German, I gues it starts with "Geh sei lieb..." -> "go be nice"
If tis is really old, the cover should be made of tin, but sometimes it was lead. -> Check it is is tin bevor you use it
       
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Jake 1 year ago
#10 is a Water Well
       
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"Cast iron. About 6″ long and 2 1/2″ wide. Weigh about 8oz each. Appear to be left and right so maybe something that goes on shoes."

A: "More research has determined that they’re oxen shoes. 2 parts are used for each hoof."

 

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