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How To Advoid House Work

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Post by Fiddle Foot » February 27, 2010, 11:53 am

How To Advoid House Work (get two houses)

Once there was an old bachelor near here, who built two identical cabins up a little creek. He regularly switched living back and forth between them. He would live in one awhile and then he would move to the other one awhile. When folks asked him why he didn’t just settle down in one cabin, since both cabins were just alike, he replied, ”Well, you see, I can't stand a dirty house, but I hate house cleaning even more. So, I used my head and figured it all out, when the cabin I'm living in gets so dirty I can’t take it any more, I don’t have to clean it, I just move into the other one, and when that one gets dirtier than the one I left I just move back. For nigh on to fifty years now, that has always provided me with a little cleaner place to go when I need to” The old fellow is dead and gone now, and I sure hope he has more sensible ideas on the 'Great Gettin Up Morning', where, he will need to clearly explain why he made and sold "a distilled corn by product manufactured by the light of the moon" .
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Post by Ron Atchison » February 28, 2010, 9:48 am

Very much enjoyed this M. Paul!! :D

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Post by glenjohnson44 » April 17, 2013, 11:19 pm

In order to avoid the regular cleaning of the house you are highly suggested to make two identical cabins or rooms so that you can switch from one to other in case one gets dirty.

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Post by carlarama » May 24, 2013, 1:37 am

haha, love it!

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