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02-17-2013 08:42:22

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Had an English customer he kept wanting to purchase a container of TOPPERS. What he was wanting was rotary cutters or what everyone calls bushhogs.

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02-17-2013 10:19:19

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 Re: Tractor terms in reply to jm., 02-17-2013 08:42:22  
See a topper takes the top off the grass and weeds....a bush hog is a pig that lives in the woods....! LOL....Sam

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02-17-2013 10:02:09

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 Re: Tractor terms in reply to jm., 02-17-2013 08:42:22  
I remember an auctioneer up here in Michigan telling me one time that he had a phone call from somebody in Kentucky wanting to know if he had any sales coming up with a good "high" rake on it. Said it took him a minute to figure out the guy was looking for a hay rake.
I'd have known because we always made a joke out of my niece when she was about seven,asking our boys if they wanted to go out and play in the "high born".
Then there was my wife's nephew's wife wanting to go to the "dart races" when they were up here one Saturday night.

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