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Vacumm Cleaners

Post by Booga » 21 Nov 2011, 08:06

Now I'm really confused, I went to buy a new vacumm cleaner and the salesman told me that it really SUCKS ! Does that mean it is a good one ?

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Post by donander » 21 Nov 2011, 10:31

I think so ..... but ........ think-smiley
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Re: Vacumm Cleaners

Post by Maggs » 21 Nov 2011, 10:38

I have a vacuum that doesn't suck! :lol: Am I U Neek?

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Post by godfather » 22 Nov 2011, 21:58

Good question, Booga, that makes the decision to buy or not to buy quite difficult.

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Post by Mahalia » 06 Jan 2012, 13:06

For more years than I care to remember I was a staunch advocate of Electrolux but then I fell in love and have never regretted for a minute giving my heart to this bloke

I was doing a dance with Dyson – he’s one bloke I still turn on.
I nicknamed him eveready, oh he is so big and strong.
Some folks claim he's a sucker – which I thought was somewhat mean
for in my eyes my darling Dyson is a big strong mean machine.

I confess my girls don’t like him – they think him far too loud
but if you have attributes so good why hide them in a crowd?
He does all that I ask him to then gives a little more
and leaves those other wimps behind. So glad he found my door.

Nothing is any trouble he will check beneath my bed
unlikely though it is that he will find a crumb of bread
hidden in that location, for my small four on the floor
picks up anything that’s edible and then goes seeking more.

Find it, find it, find it I cry should anything I drop
and Elly will, she’s good like that – she doubles as a mop.
But when the hard yards must be done – the getting down and dirty,
my Dyson is the bloke for that, and he never gets shirty.

I know - you girls are envious, you fancy Dyson too
but I will not share – sorry girls, he’s a brother or two
that might be lurking, waiting, sitting … sadly still upon the shelf
I could recommend you get one..I’m keeping this one to myself.


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Re: Vacumm Cleaners

Post by Caitlin » 06 Jan 2012, 15:22

Mahalia wrote:For more years than I care to remember I was a staunch advocate of Electrolux but then I fell in love and have never regretted for a minute giving my heart to this bloke

I was doing a dance with Dyson – he’s one bloke I still turn on.
I nicknamed him eveready, oh he is so big and strong.
Some folks claim he's a sucker – which I thought was somewhat mean
for in my eyes my darling Dyson is a big strong mean machine.

I confess my girls don’t like him – they think him far too loud
but if you have attributes so good why hide them in a crowd?
He does all that I ask him to then gives a little more
and leaves those other wimps behind. So glad he found my door.

Nothing is any trouble he will check beneath my bed
unlikely though it is that he will find a crumb of bread
hidden in that location, for my small four on the floor
picks up anything that’s edible and then goes seeking more.

Find it, find it, find it I cry should anything I drop
and Elly will, she’s good like that – she doubles as a mop.
But when the hard yards must be done – the getting down and dirty,
my Dyson is the bloke for that, and he never gets shirty.

I know - you girls are envious, you fancy Dyson too
but I will not share – sorry girls, he’s a brother or two
that might be lurking, waiting, sitting … sadly still upon the shelf
I could recommend you get one..I’m keeping this one to myself.


Maureen Clifford © 10/11
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Re: Vacumm Cleaners

Post by godfather » 06 Jan 2012, 21:26

Very clever Maureen, I think that tells us males how to become a good husband!

I would send that to Dyson's, you may get a brother for your current one.

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Re: Vacumm Cleaners

Post by Teddy » 08 Jan 2012, 18:13

Thank you Mahalia! :lol:

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