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Discussion in 'General Industry Discussions' started by wegomow, Jan 26, 2013.
LOL! I get that a lot too.
In regard to Piney's post:
Sounds like the grand daughter from Gran Torino. Some people need to be punched in the throat.
I was asked to " just quickly do the neighbours lawn because the wife there is pregnant ". For free.
I should have said. How about you be a good neighbour and pay to get their lawn cut Instead I just said we were behind that day.
Lasted 10 years.
Love when a Lady comes out and asks, "hey can you plow me" I laugh every time. Don't think they realize what they actually said
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LOL...I had an elderly lady that I did spring/fall cleanups and snow removal for (someone else mowed the lawn) call and ask me if I could come and look under her skirt. She said she had been hearing strange noises down there and there was a terrible smell...said the plumber was the last one down there and he knew how to get in. I was speachless and thinking what she really needed was a doctor, until I realized she was talking about the skirt on her trailer. It turned out she had skunks living under it.
Here is one, tree lined street, huge trees, got a letter from an attorney who represented a homeowner across the street from where I mowed, saying I needed to pick up all leaves on his clients property because the leaves from the trees of the home I took care of blew off the trees onto her yard. Wonder where her leaves went? Guess attorneys will do anything for $$$$.
We may have a winner!