pampas grass in garden.... correlation with swinging

#1
I had it on good authority that these go together.

can the noble denizens of Arrse with their wealth of knowledge on all things enlighten me as to the validity of the above ?
 
#4
I also saw something about this a few months ago on some late tv show, I would tell you more about it but ive just remembered I have to dash down to the local garden center to ahem collect something.
 
#9
Wishful_Thinking said:
Markintime said:
Not the trad packet of OMO then?
:lol: You might have to explain that one to some of the younger members of ARRSE!
Had this explained to me by an ex old boy Inneskillen Fusilier I used to work with, there was a washing powder called OMO, and when the husband was away on tour/scheme whatever, the lady of the house would put a packet of OMO in the kitchen window to tell potential suitors that OMO = Old Man Out!
Sounded a bit urban legend to me but was amusing.
 
#10
I know exactly what you mean. The grass under my kids' swing is worn away too. I was wondering if there was some sort of more hard wearing grass that would be suitable. So pampas grass is best then?
 
#11
llech said:
Wishful_Thinking said:
Markintime said:
Not the trad packet of OMO then?
:lol: You might have to explain that one to some of the younger members of ARRSE!
Had this explained to me by an ex old boy Inneskillen Fusilier I used to work with, there was a washing powder called OMO, and when the husband was away on tour/scheme (by scheme for the younger generation he means exercise or those of you fresh from training combat camping) whatever, the lady of the house would put a packet of OMO in the kitchen window to tell potential suitors that OMO = Old Man Out!
Sounded a bit urban legend to me but was amusing.

There you go llech that should help the youth out.
 
#13
This was mentioned in a book about written by some Guardian reading type who moved from Chelsea to "the Countryside", p!ssed his neighbours off, tried to change to local into a gastropub, complained about the smell of sh!t etc etc. You know the type. Complete Bollox the pampas grass thing.
 
#16
There may be something in it. I have pampas grass in my garden, and I'm always up for a bit of wife swapping.
I also grow azaleas, and enjoy exposing myself to elderly ladies and members of the clergy.
Is this something I have in common with other azalea growers?
 
#18
BOIL! Now there's a term you don't hear very often nowadays.
 
#20
Markintime said:
squiddlydiddly said:
This was mentioned in a book about written by some Guardian reading type who moved from Chelsea to "the Countryside", p!ssed his neighbours off, tried to change to local into a gastropub, complained about the smell of sh!t etc etc. You know the type. Complete Bollox the pampas grass thing.

Anyone?
Err ---- nope!
 
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