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Old 11-02-2005, 10:49 AM   #11
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yeah, I use buckets. Definitely a workout, lol. I have to take the handle with both hands, and lift it a few inches off the floor between my legs. 5 gallons.
I do the exact same thing!

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Just carrying two at once makes me tired...i have to stand on tiptoes to do it since i am so short..otherwise the buckets skim the ground and water goes everywhere...sucks being short
lol, I totally understand! I am only 4'9" (and a half!)
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wow..and i thought i was short at 4'11" (and a half) We short people have to get that half inch in LOL
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I know, lol, I am always telling people not to forget that half inch
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