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what one item you bought that you wished you had not. (29)

Dec 4, 2011 6:22 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
Merriweather
MerriweatherMerriweatherAdelaide, South Australia Australia62 Threads 15,340 Posts
curly28: If they are nice planter pots Only if they are nice ones why not buy a bag of potting mix buy some nice plants or better still knock some nice cuttings out of peeps gardens

( cheaper that way with permission of course) and give them away as Xmas gifts or maybe birthday gifts later on , if transfering plants out of garden into pots keep in shaded area so plants can get over shock of being transplanted.


Hi Curly, wave

I bought heaps when I was having this ideaidea of planting veges and stuff in them, and I did at the time, all was good, beans growing, parsely, broccoli, etc... then one night after work I came home to find them all munched out... ( possums I think) I sorta lost interest after that...
( That was a couple of winters ago...) I have not tried summer stuff yet.. the parsely went to seed, the basil died off, I really need to get it together, but if you saw the size of my garden, you'd died of fright, and no, I cannot maintain all of it properly, so I have just come to terms that overgrown and weeds are part of it.

The feral gum trees and ash trees that self sow are really annoying too...
Dec 4, 2011 6:37 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
pebbles8bambam
pebbles8bambampebbles8bambamnear the black spur victoria, Victoria Australia48 Threads 1,448 Posts
20 yrs ago i bought two pots of agapanthus plants,six inches high,i now have the worlds biggest freakin collecdtion of agapanthis and you cant kill em they keep multiplying they are like the day ofv the triffids they hav invaded my place,i reckon they have ray guns that shoot out spores to grow anywhere
Dec 4, 2011 12:31 PM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
Lookin4missright
Lookin4missrightLookin4missrightmelbourne, Victoria Australia537 Threads 1 Polls 35,577 Posts
Martia: Erm .....this might be a silly question but what shape was it.


Not a silly qtn M,
It was the shape of a sort of cylinder approx 2-3inches long, think it was called (a bullet)confused cl*torous tickler grin blushing it had approx 1mtr of lead on it with a thumb wheel control with battery pack up other end. (imagine bigger batteries??? shit!!! it would either blow up OR blow s/one out of bed) :o

I'm tellin ya M its a must xmas prezzy for women that still have feelings down there blushing & maybe for those that dont dunno

Seeing this is a dateing site & its xmas wink if you know any women that would like a free demonstration? (fuel 4 ute not included) :(
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Dec 5, 2011 9:06 PM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
Andy_2528
Andy_2528Andy_2528warilla, New South Wales Australia97 Posts
Playstation 3 at midnight launch $1000. I never use it!
Dec 6, 2011 4:29 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
daggyone
daggyonedaggyoneWonthaggi, Victoria Australia175 Threads 17 Polls 2,769 Posts
Anything that comes in a folder, they just don't sell, but I'm a sucker for them thinking they look great all in the one neat little package.
Whether it's some newage folders, craft, art, Star Wars, Twilight etc...
You'd think these hot items so to speak in the book world would translate to dollars in the folder world but either the weight of them or the size of them just keeps the buyers away no matter how low you price them.
Dec 6, 2011 5:31 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
Toffeapple
ToffeappleToffeappleCanberra, ACT Australia24 Threads 3 Polls 1,688 Posts
pebbles8bambam: my stupid iphone,too bulky too fragile,gone bac to my little tradies phone unbreakable xp1




conversing wave confused - wanna sell it....???? grin
Dec 6, 2011 5:35 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
Toffeapple
ToffeappleToffeappleCanberra, ACT Australia24 Threads 3 Polls 1,688 Posts
oh yes...buyers regret - many times, especially as I hate trying clothes on and sometimes just take the risk.

Personally I blame the manufacturers for f#cking up the sizing way too often! help

Of course a couple of exercise DVDs are still waiting patiently to be unwrapped.....help sigh
Dec 6, 2011 6:23 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
pebbles8bambam
pebbles8bambampebbles8bambamnear the black spur victoria, Victoria Australia48 Threads 1,448 Posts
Toffeapple: - wanna sell it....????
i use it as an emergency for emails and yaho messenger .but only when i,m desperate,i hate the thing lol
Mar 8, 2020 11:04 AM CST what one item you bought that you wished you had not.
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