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“A complicated pole”

published 25/08/2013

AdvantagesUseful for bay windows

DisadvantagesComplicated!

...Having two, yes two beautiful bay windows on my house means that curtains and blinds can be a tad expensive. I have blinds that prevent people seeing in, but due to the size of the windows I have three individual blinds. The finish that they blinds created though was very clinical so I needed some curtains to finish the look off. I bought two Swish Belgravia curtain poles designed for bay windows...

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Excellent

Advantagesgreat fun, challenging, relatively inexpensive

Disadvantagesmany bruises and injuries to be found!

...***Introduction***Pole dancing has a bit of a stigma attached to it, mainly because it conjures up images of seedy bars and scantily clad down-on-their-luck girls whirling around a pole while stripping off and having money stuffed in their thong by sleazy guys. However, I have always been interested in trying it - the dancing part of it I mean, not the rest of it. Although the ex...

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Excellent

“Pig's Practice Poles.”

published 09/05/2009

AdvantagesVery lightweight, contained in a bag, easy to set-up/put away

DisadvantagesGets rather tedious when your dog's a complete numpty.

...involves poles sticking vertically out of the ground which the dog has to enter from the right and ?weave? in and out right to the 12th pole ? yep, 12 poles. How on earth do you explain to something as dimwitted as a Labrador the rules of the weave? On average it takes about 6 months for a normal dog to grasp the concept, thus, I knew we were going to have a long road ahead of us and she wasn?t going to...

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