I'm Posting This With A Heavy Heart...

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  1. GrizzlyetteAdams

    GrizzlyetteAdams Crap Creek Survivor
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    I'm posting this with a heavy heart...☹

    Prepping takes too much of my time, so I am giving away a lot of stuff as I no longer have the desire to do anything with them. It has been a lot of work with very little reward. I am extremely tired... :(

    Please don't ask any questions, as I can't handle thinking about it anymore.

    Below is a list of materials available. All are available free of charge. You pay postage only.

    Serious inquiries only please.

    Thanks for reading and understanding.



    You can have my...

    1. Dustpan and brush

    2. Sponges

    3. Dusters

    4. Mop and bucket

    5. Window cleaner

    6. Vacuum

    7. Dishwashing liquid

    8. Laundry detergent

    9. Clothespins

    10. Laundry baskets

    11. Toilet brush

    12. Cleaning sprays

    13. Scrubbing brushes



    Private message me if interested... ;)

    Or steal this if you find this funny :D

    Ha ha ha! I started to post this in the Jokes and Humor subforum, but that would have taken half the fun away. And you would not have been half as concerned for my sanity.


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    Last edited: Jul 10, 2019
  2. GrizzlyetteAdams

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    Bump goes something in the night...

    (weird how the software in some forums need a second post to "activate" a thread, lol)


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  3. GrizzlyetteAdams

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    Bumping it again for good measure.....is this thread rusty? It seems stuck and won't show up.



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  4. NomadWill

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    I was legit concerned for a second!! until I read the list.. then I was thinking "Wait a second.." Lol! good one.
     
  5. GrizzlyetteAdams

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    Gotcha!

    I wish I could be here to see the concerned and worried looks on all of my friend's faces when they wake up and see this. Those who know me well will think I have lost my mind for good this time.

    ha ha ha ha...


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  6. TMT Tactical

    TMT Tactical The Great Lizard !
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    GA, did you switch from insanity to sanity or from sanity to insanity? Only the shadow knows for sure!!!
     
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  7. GrizzlyetteAdams

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    I have never been insane, but I certainly have been crazy.

    Insanity is when you are crazy and don't like it.
    Crazy is when you are insane and enjoy it.

    And I don't claim to be sane, because that would be such a terrible, boring life to lead.

    These late-night work hours sure messes with my equilibrium, tho.


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  8. Sonofliberty

    Sonofliberty Master Survivalist
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    LOL, you had me for a minute there.
     
  9. Morgan101

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    I thought the same thing!! :eek: My heart was in my throat. Say it ain't so!

    So in the spirit: I dusted one time. It came back. I'm not falling for that again.
     
  10. watcherchris

    watcherchris Master Survivalist
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    GA,

    Agree...and well said...well said.


    Going for more morning coffee....



    Thanks for the humor,

    Watcherchris
    Not an Ishamelite.
     
  11. Keith H.

    Keith H. Moderator Staff Member
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    Well I am glad this was just a leg pull Grizz, you seriously had me worried up until I read the list!
    Keith.
     
  12. The Innkeeper

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    You got me good, I was already praying. Well played
     
  13. GrizzlyetteAdams

    GrizzlyetteAdams Crap Creek Survivor
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    I can't take all the credit. I first saw it on a beekeeping thread somewhere, then doctored it up into something WE could relate to, lol.


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  14. Ystranc

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    As I've seen something like this before I read to the end before making any judgment or overreacting, (though I was incredulous by "sponges" and laughing openly by the time I read "toilet brush")

    As an aside, I've been doing something similar for real...trimming all the dead weight out of my possessions. Only keeping the best, off-loading the rest. Not because I'm giving up prepping...quite the opposite, I need the space.
     
  15. Dalewick

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    Loved this! Made my day! You might want to consider keeping a few of those cloths pins though. They make great triggers for perimeter alarms. LOL!
     
  16. Pragmatist

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    In Re The Matter Of "can't handle thinking...":

    "Anyone who isn't confused doesn't really understand the situation."

    TV News Anchor Edward R. Murrow
     
  17. GrizzlyetteAdams

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    Pro prepper tip: don't rely on those cheap clothespins that are sold today. They barely hold clothes on the line because their spring-things are so weak. Your cheapo-Chinese alarms will keep you up all night!

    For jobs requiring a strong clothespin, I like to scour yard sales and thrift stores for vintage clothespins that were made in the 1970s and earlier. They are easy to spot because they have more gripping power than what is commonly used today.

    This company saw the need and their clothespins are far stronger than grandma's pins ever were: https://commonsensehome.com/best-clothespins/ They will probably outlast me! (At that price, they should!)

    Sheesh, I can't even stay on topic in my own joke thread without cutting loose another prepper tip or something...


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  18. Pragmatist

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    Good morning Grizz,

    I use paper clamps instead of the traditional metal spring in wooden clothespin.

    Also, on my infantry-style GOOD "kit", are 2 large paper clamps so washed socks might dry when on day 2 of evac.

    Joke ? joke ? I thought Sigmund Freud said there is no such thing as a joke. Surely he was joking.
     
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