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June 19, 2010

Fiskars Weed Puller

I'm having SUCH a great time with a tool I bought at Canadian Tire a few weeks ago.  It's the Fiskars Weed Puller (extendable handle model). 

It's like owning lawn tweezers.  If you don't believe me, check out my home movie:


Comments

Abi

mag,
thats just pure magic and sexy! incredible. i dont even have to use a machinary one.. I've never even used one those babies before. im such a dunse at that id want to use only that to get a fill for it too.

Abi

mag

will the tool only work on grass or can it work on the sideline of your flower bed> my family and i have weeds there as well.

Michael

If Fiskars would scale the design down, it would be a wonderful tool to help men with unsightly ear and nose hair as they age.

ToolGirl

The tool works just great on weeds in a flower border Abi.

Michael, what is it with guys and rogue body hairs? It's just hair. I've never understood the disgust men have over sprouty new growth in unprecedented locations. When you were an adolescent you thought it was cool to get new hairy spots, so what's changed? Older guys now have the ability to filter out sawdust and blowing snow from important orifices.

Abi

hey maggie,
thanks.. its so easy too.. from the looks on your doing it makes it look so easy! completely on the safety side... whew.. how crunchy that would be!

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