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Fathers Day 1 week 2 days ago #3643949

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Fathers Day...It's just dawned on me.. how come I will be treated to a day hosting lots of people for a meal etc. as my fathers day "treat" ? :unsure:
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RichardA wrote: Fathers Day...It's just dawned on me.. how come I will be treated to a day hosting lots of people for a meal etc. as my fathers day "treat" ? :unsure:




You forgot the date,you should be getting treated.
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JUJO wrote:

RichardA wrote: Fathers Day...It's just dawned on me.. how come I will be treated to a day hosting lots of people for a meal etc. as my fathers day "treat" ? :unsure:




You forgot the date,you should be getting treated.


No, no! JUJO....I haven't forgotten the date....I think they've forgotten I'm the "Farther" :laugh:
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RichardA wrote:

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RichardA wrote: Fathers Day...It's just dawned on me.. how come I will be treated to a day hosting lots of people for a meal etc. as my fathers day "treat" ? :unsure:




You forgot the date,you should be getting treated.


No, no! JUJO....I haven't forgotten the date....I think they've forgotten I'm the "Farther" :laugh:







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Fathers Day 1 week 2 days ago #3643968

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My husband has requested a ‘fly bat’ as a gift for Father’s Day. This is a device rather like a racquet that is used to hit flies with and then at the touch of a button cremates them. You can actually see the sparks.

I broke his current fly bat in a battle with a buzzing bluebottle that got in through the window in the middle of the night. In a frenzied attack I smashed the bat down so hard it broke in two. The fly survived.
He is lost without his bat. Our daughter is going to send one from a Mail order company.
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Aida wrote: My husband has requested a ‘fly bat’ as a gift for Father’s Day. This is a device rather like a racquet that is used to hit flies with and then at the touch of a button cremates them. You can actually see the sparks.

I broke his current fly bat in a battle with a buzzing bluebottle that got in through the window in the middle of the night. In a frenzied attack I smashed the bat down so hard it broke in two. The fly survived.
He is lost without his bat. Our daughter is going to send one from a Mail order company.


We have about 4 of them and take great pleasure in pressing the button so it is charged then sneaking up behind people and touching their ear with it and giving them a buzz :lol: :lol:
My wife got me on the butt ages ago lol They work well if you touch it on someone's elbows as I have done and had done to me many times :lol: They are good for pesky flies also.
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Aida wrote: My husband has requested a ‘fly bat’ as a gift for Father’s Day. This is a device rather like a racquet that is used to hit flies with and then at the touch of a button cremates them. You can actually see the sparks.

I broke his current fly bat in a battle with a buzzing bluebottle that got in through the window in the middle of the night. In a frenzied attack I smashed the bat down so hard it broke in two. The fly survived.
He is lost without his bat. Our daughter is going to send one from a Mail order company.


I have a bat as you described....sadly the flies around these parts are very fast and have been well trained in avoidance techniques..... either that or I'm just too old and slow.....:laugh:
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Fathers Day 1 week 1 day ago #3644060

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We have 2 of those electric bats to kill flies, moths etc., one upstairs and one downstairs. Wouldn't be without one, but we have never "buzzed" anyone's elbow etc. :laugh: :laugh:

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Ohh do they kill spiders as well ? if so, I will buy one asap...!

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RichardA wrote: Fathers Day...It's just dawned on me.. how come I will be treated to a day hosting lots of people for a meal etc. as my fathers day "treat" ? :unsure:


Rich......they should cook you a meal.........
if not, order a takeaway, no way should you be cooking on Fathers Day.....ps there is only one r in father ..tongue.png :lol:

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