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why do bananas spell?

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 15:58

Two brilliant pieces of info there from Fleurisa and ginagibbs. Gina is your doggy a King Charles Spaniel? He/She looks lovely.

I didn't think it was possible

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 15:52

Hi Pauline, What a vast difference. I like seeing peoples transformations

why do bananas spell?

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 12:25

As Terry Practhett says in his Discworld books, there are some words that just wont stop forming Anyway back to the original question, 'Why do Bana... this fruit stink!'

YOUR view of music over the years.

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 12:21

My music buying stopped in the 80's. I use to be a punk rocker in the 70's, minus the safety pins. Then college and the 80's music. There was a few tunes in the 90's I liked.

Nowadays I like Classical Music, it's great when I'm reading. I cant listen to someone singing if I'm reading. When in the garden it has to be either the Blues or Dire Straits, which I'm often in if I lose my tools   

why do bananas spell?

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 12:13

They sink Dove! I mean really pong!

Fat balls in plastic NO

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 12:11

I make my fat ball holder out of chicken wire and a jam jar lid. True Blue Peter fashion

 

why do bananas spell?

Posted: 23/10/2014 at 12:08

We get free fruit at work and I have noticed the bananas have a funny smell. I have never noticed it before. I know some people can smell, I thought they were joking

Remember to wash your bird feeders

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 22:34

Hi pansyface, Have you contacted RSPB or BTO for advice?

My Christmas present (gardening) list

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 20:52

A new greenhouse, don't suppose Santa can get that down the chimney

Remember to wash your bird feeders

Posted: 22/10/2014 at 20:48

Hi

Just a reminder to wash your bird feeders before putting them out. They can harbour bacteria, that can be lethal. According to the BTO the finch population has declined by 95% since 1995. One contribution to this is a disease called, 'trichomonosis' which is a microscopic parasite. It's more active in the autumn, and is a slow death for the bird, they struggle to swallow food and drink.

If you wish to know more, please contact the British Trust for Ornithology.

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