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Do you like to do yard work?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 2, 2009

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Photo of Matt Marrs

“Yes, it gets me out in the sun and is a nice distraction from work.”

Photo of Eileen Horn

“Yes. I have only mowed my lawn three times because I just bought a new house, so I don’t hate it yet.”

Photo of John Guge

“Yeah. (Good) exercise and makes the yard look good.”

Photo of Beverly Dick

“I like to do yard work if there are no weeds, no bugs and it’s not hot.”

Comments

Chris Ogle 5 years, 6 months ago

Yard work is "work".... which is just that... Work. If it was fun, they wouldn't call it Work.... they would call it something else.. like .....uh.... nope, I'm not going to say it...

Eric Neuteboom 5 years, 6 months ago

Heck yeah! How else am I gonna get away from the wife and little one for an hour?

Tony Kisner 5 years, 6 months ago

R_I speaks true. I yell fudge or variations of the word often in my yard and have not found one poisonous cobra.

I will say everyone must have gotten a good night’s sleep, each of you are in rare form.

sgtwolverine 5 years, 6 months ago

No, but I like watching other people do yard work. I also like watching dandelions grow, much to the dismay of anti-dandelion activists everywhere.

Music_Girl 5 years, 6 months ago

I like certain aspects like watching the flowers grow and the smell of freshly cut grass...till my allergies kick my butt...

Blunt 5 years, 6 months ago

No way. but luckily my husband doesn't mind it...

Are cobras worried about their waistlines?

labmonkey 5 years, 6 months ago

I enjoy it about 75% of the time....that is why I do other people's yards for money on the side.

George_Braziller 5 years, 6 months ago

I LOVE yard work. Some people like watching football, some like to cook, some just like to pass the day with a book. For me, working in the yard is where I can escape into my own private world of joy.


Informed (Anonymous) says… Nobody likes yard work. Nobody…

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