How do you prevent a massacre in your lady garden?

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Lee the Pea    pirate
31/03/2010 at 22:46
George Bush is a painful tw*t, but not sure I could stand 10+ pages of him hehehehe. Unfortunate name too, given this thread. Freezer would be a good place for him right enough....
31/03/2010 at 22:48
Just been discussing this with orangecannon.......

Not sure how a cold string helps with delicate parts?????

* embarrassed face* - chrome does not support smilies
31/03/2010 at 22:49
this is such a cool post !!!
hhahahahah
31/03/2010 at 22:54
shuffle bunny......I think perhaps you are going to have to go and buy some Bridget Jones knickers for this one.   A frozen string may just split you in two!
LIVERBIRD    pirate
01/04/2010 at 08:33
Schmunkee - The List Fairy wrote (see)

That way the knickers themselves become chilled but not frozen stiff.

Don't knock it 'til you've tried it


I don't want ANYTHING stiff near my knickers this early in the morning FANK YEW....
Imeccentric    pirate
01/04/2010 at 08:52
OC , there was more than a tinge of irony in my comment , I do recall earlier in the thread being grossed out by Meldy , my OH's post is one of the most sensible bits of advice a few pages back
Ironholgs    pirate
01/04/2010 at 09:22

Liverbird actually wears Knickers !??

That has to be an April fool....

01/04/2010 at 09:31

http://drunkenbob.homestead.com/DaytonaParty/big_panties1.JPG


Just for LB
Ironholgs    pirate
01/04/2010 at 09:51
they're too small for her arse.
01/04/2010 at 14:48
Ironholgs wrote (see)

Liverbird actually wears Knickers !??

That has to be an April fool....


07/04/2010 at 13:09

Best thread ever! 

For post chafing avoid strimming in any direction and try a salt bath - the latter definately helps after giving birth, so I'm sure will sooth any inflamed shrubbery or bruised borders

07/04/2010 at 17:02

ROFL'copter

Brilliant thread.

M...eldy    pirate
07/04/2010 at 17:26
M...eldy wrote (see)
I dont have a garden,  just a few straggly bits at the front entrance


I had to go all the way back to page 6 to find what offended Mr Centric !


Hope    pirate
07/04/2010 at 20:30

Heeheee!

OrangeCannon kona-5    pirate
18/02/2011 at 15:12

just thought I would share the missus's experiences....!!!???

She has tried saddles from selle and specialized,  all with cut outs, and was still getting....  err.... pressure.
She then tried the ITM Adamo saddles, trybike - weird looking saddles

They look a bit like a space ship or something.....  however they work for her.  well at least all the pressure is now on her sit bones, and now she is getting saddle sore in the right way!

They do a try-before you buy service, and their customer servce was also great.

however they are not cheap, but I paid for it as there are obvious benefits to me!

ps - its not advertising, just trying to help those with discomfort.

pps I am now buying one as well

ppps this one had not been out for a while so it needed a **boing** !!!!

18/02/2011 at 15:40

This is one of my favourite threads, thanks, OC.

(and I don't even ride a bike!)

18/02/2011 at 16:14
P has one of those Adamo saddles - takes a while to get it positioned right but once right, shall we say, [quote] "it's flaptastic" [/quote]

18/02/2011 at 18:04

oooh now this is a rather apt thread as I am doing a Smiffy ride in the morning.   I can sense a massacre coming on.

19/02/2011 at 06:58

Was just thinking about this thread yesterday.   Greg James on Radio 1 has a feature with his 'best bits from the radio from yesterday'. Yesterday's was a clip from Radio Somerset where the announcer said something along these lines:

"And later tonight we have a new programme called Lady Gardens.  It's got two lovely ladies talking about gardens.  If your hedges are hopelss, your decking is dismal and you want advice trimming your bushes, this is the programme for you."

Couldln't believe it!

19/02/2011 at 10:02
LOL Hen
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