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Discussion in 'Agricultural Matters' started by glasshouse, Feb 10, 2019.
The NT land is covered in wool sheep
National Trust,what a bunch of dipsticks.
All they have to do is make it mandatory to wear natural fibres on their properties.
They seem to have rules for everything else.
It does beggar belief , the clue is in the name 'Fleece' I expect to see proposals coming forward for 'Fleece' to made out of wood chip or nettles
Nettles have been woven into fine cloth for centuries ---they have strong fibres in the stems just like hemp
NT land near me isn't cover in wool sheep
I think hair shirts would be appropriate.
Here’s a radical idea. Most likely complete and total nonsense......
Why don’t they state that all fleece products sold in their shops are made from actual, proper, old fashioned sheep wool? Your actual fleece. It could even be ruled that their staff have to wear wool too if they have a garment provided by NT.
It could even be that the wool must be from sheep kept on NT land.
I know, bonkers.
You've got no place in today's society, Pete, saying things like that.
You talk sense! No good at all!
Oh I know that!!!!!
I’m just an outcast, a bumbling bumpkin ambling through life with outdated ideas, a fuzzy head and f*** ‘em attitude.
In a particularly frazzled and stressed state last week I told the family I’m just a mobile cash machine around here. Mobile, yet constantly in the way.
To which the response was: “What’s for tea?”
The national trust could really make a difference if they insisted on woollen underwear to be worn for anyone wanting to visit their castles etc
are you offering to do the compliance inspections on that one then ?
Depends how fit they look!
I can’t imagine anybody looking great in itchy woollen pants.
the last time anyone fit was seen at a NT property was 1749
Merino wool undergarments dont itch
Can’t imagine NT having many of those around.
not many Merino around here tbf
Sound like a normal, decent bloke to me,..............you’re not alone.
England may ride on the sheeps back again!!
There are quality british wool sheep around, but aussie merino would do in the meantimr