I use them, but here in the States the ones I use are call ProxaBrush.
I’m use to getting smirks from people when I wear a mask. Like Forrest said, “Stupid is as stupid does!” Time may tell which one of us is the stupid one…..but hopefully I should still be around.
That why cemeteries have fences or walls around them.
I assume this Lunenberg is in Nova Scotia. Great seaside village and home of the Bluenose II..the ship inscribed on the Canadian dime. It’s a beautiful seaside village….don’t ever pass up a chance to visit. It’s also a Unesco World Heritage Site.
Websters: noun: knick-knack a small worthless object, especially a household ornament.
Two days ago, walking my Aussie/Pyrenees mix (no leash necessary) in the fields and woods behind my house he came across fresh deer scat. Before I knew it he had dropped his shoulder and was rolling in it to get that awesome smell all over his fur……Bath Time!!!!
Do brits use the term “Knick-KnacK”? Very appropriate for Andy.
Makes me want to change my ways and get down on my knees and pray!
Want to be my campaign manager?:-)
Tell that to Lot’s wife!