With costs like this, it stands to reason that invasive species are frequently the subject of their very own Whacking
It was his job to shinny up the proposed spar tree, whacking
off limbs as he went, ax and saw dangling from his belt, until maybe 150 to 200 feet up he would saw off the upper part of the tree-taking care not to saw through the safety belt that was his only "platform"-then brace himself as the severed tree swung in a vicious arc as it was relieved of its load.
He said convicted hitmen end up in solitary confinement in jail for their own safety, adding: "The fellas doing the whacking
are actually giving themselves a life sentence in hell.
She apparently then roused Woods from an Ambien-enhanced sleep by whacking
him with a golf club.
When things are blowing up around you, you may need to give yourself a whacking
to get it under control.
That's because, after 15 years of whacking
weeds alongside sidewalks and shoveling litter from city streets and gutters, her old tools are pretty beat up.
A BRAVE pensioner foiled a robber - by whacking
him with "two good wallops" from one of his walking sticks.