Neither of these statements can possibly be true, or else you are one crazy SOB:
1. "I spend at least 2 hours a day on my lawn." - that would be just sad.
2. "My kids are not allowed on it."
No way these are true, but if they are they are hilarious! Post has gotta be a level.
Why is it sad? I love to sit on my deck or front porch and see a lawn that would make the greens keepers at Pebble Beach proud. My kids have things that are important to them...my 13 year old loves Barney so I don't play with his Barney dolls...my 8 year old has somehow become hooked on Justin Bieber and I don't mess with her posters...they treat my lawn with the same respect I treat their items.
And like I said, there is a park about 7 blocks away and to get there they only have to cross one semi-busy intersection and it has a "Bike Crossing" sign so cars are always looking out for them and keeping them safe.
If you read the OP in a Johnny Cash type voice it makes this whole post way better.
I was thinking more of Ron White. Heck even Kris Kristofferson. Or Dirty Harry. Wait now I'm thinking James Earl Jones. Or Morgan Freeman. Would be great in a Harry Carey voice over too. Even Sigourney Weaver...she did good on those Planet Earth shows.
But since you asked, I have a Husqvarna PZ6029PFX. I recommend it to any of you who are ever in a position to spend money to buy a quality item instead of searching Jordan Creek Mall for the latest deal on Affliction tee shirts.
You own one of those Swedish meatballs? Buy American my friend and earn the respect of your neighborhood 12 year olds.
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