Monday, September 04, 2006

Saws best served cold

The days tick away until Saturday and excitement builds. Or in Philly's case, panic and wondering "what was I thinking?". But a word of warning, Phil; when you see me turn up with these:

don't think I've got the drinks in. Cider boxes happen to be just the right shape for saws, luckily for me. A recent study apparently shows that cider apples have Good Things in them; would a cunning seller somehow infer that saws held in cider boxes are also good for you I wonder...? It's a nice idea, isn't it? Oh no, dear, all these tools are good for me - look, they're all kept in fruit boxes.


  1. You must have had fun, Alf (hic!!), emptying those boxes to make room for the saws.

    Paul Chapman

  2. Hey, saw tills which would make Jack on WN proud!

    I have a few, er, storage containers, like those as well. Not cider boxes though. Me thinks a couple of mine are for beer...

    Take care, Mike

  3. The key thing to remember is to sharpen the saws before you empty the boxes...

  4. Three slabs of "Bow" that will be some bash that


  5. Serve cold == so bad your taste has to be numbed before drinking this


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