faith in human nature restored!

Nice.

I always pass my parking tickets on to someone in pay and displays if there's any time left, as well as the odd free ticket I get given occasionally for farming shindigs.

I always put a bit of change in the collection tins on shop counters. I'm surprised at the amount of times shop staff say words to the effect of "thank you, no one ever does that"

I am just great, aren't I? Bob Geldof on three wheels. But with better clothes.

:D:D:rolleyes:
 

nick...

Member
Location
south norfolk
I had a chap in the village wanting to know if i would take some hedge cuttings to which i agreed.never met the man before but got a couple bottles of wine.about a year later had a lady from defra out doing inspections and she was his wife.that helped me alot helping him
Nick...
 

chaffcutter

Moderator
Arable Farmer
Location
S. Staffs
You know what they say... what goes around comes around.. always try to help someone if I can

Had a young lad call last night as I was feeding the dogs. He was obviously dead nervous to speak so I spoke first, he has spent the last few years rebilding a small motorbnike taht was his late grandfathers but has nowhere to ride (he's only 14). I told him we had no uncropped fields to ride on but that as long as he is careful he could ride on our (longish) drive. He was so pathetically grateful it almost made me cry
 

Hilly

Member
Nice.

I always pass my parking tickets on to someone in pay and displays if there's any time left, as well as the odd free ticket I get given occasionally for farming shindigs.

I always put a bit of change in the collection tins on shop counters. I'm surprised at the amount of times shop staff say words to the effect of "thank you, no one ever does that"

I am just great, aren't I? Bob Geldof on three wheels. But with better clothes.

:D:D:rolleyes:
I enjoyed reading your post until you associated yourself with that man Geldof:banghead:
 

grumpy

Member
Location
Fife
i went to the toon once with a pair of auld trainers and my arse hanging oot ma breeks was standing outside a shop pondering what to buy the wench fer her birthday,when an auld wifey handed me a pound coin and said there you go sonny go and get yourself a cup of tea.jackpot(y):ROFLMAO:
 

General-Lee

Member
Location
Devon
i went to the toon once with a pair of auld trainers and my arse hanging oot ma breeks was standing outside a shop pondering what to buy the wench fer her birthday,when an auld wifey handed me a pound coin and said there you go sonny go and get yourself a cup of tea.jackpot(y):ROFLMAO:
See grumps now I've seen your picture on kevtherev thread I don't believe you!!:facepalm::LOL:
 

grumpy

Member
Location
Fife
See grumps now I've seen your picture on kevtherev thread I don't believe you!!:facepalm::LOL:
yes i often crawl out below a tractor in my suit,i can never understand how folks who work on farms arent covered in shyte,grease and diesel im like a tramp with in 5 minutes of starting work.
 

General-Lee

Member
Location
Devon
yes i often crawl out below a tractor in my suit,i can never understand how folks who work on farms arent covered in shyte,grease and diesel im like a tramp with in 5 minutes of starting work.
Ok then in your case you've had a ultra good scrub up for a special occasion. I personally don't go heavily on the tramp look, if I'm doing anything dirty, servicing combine etc I'll wear a overall I like to keep clean. But if disbudding calves or shearing for the day I'll get stuck in and happily be covered in calf shite and hair!
 

grumpy

Member
Location
Fife
Ok then in your case you've had a ultra good scrub up for a special occasion. I personally don't go heavily on the tramp look, if I'm doing anything dirty, servicing combine etc I'll wear a overall I like to keep clean. But if disbudding calves or shearing for the day I'll get stuck in and happily be covered in calf shite and hair!
i used to work with a dude who had his mom iron his boiler suit and he wore reyban shades,i told him straight up you gay like?:ROFLMAO:
 

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109: Monitor Farm takeover

Written by AHDB

The first episode in the Farm Excellence series of the AHDB podcast focuses on cereals & oilseeds. The Monitor Farm programme comprises a network of farmers from across the UK and Northern Ireland committed to driving innovation and best practice. They host regular meetings at their farms in which they discuss issues facing agriculture in their...
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