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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsharvey View Post
    I'd be located next to Harvey Norman and I'd have a little crèche and do coffee and milkshakes and all sorts of sweet and savoury baked goods, there'd be a reading nook with books, magazines and beanbags etc. A place for the family to wait while the blokes get their Harvey Norman on and choose between two surround sound systems that are basically identical but it needs an hour to decide.

    Or else I'd be located next to Harvey World Travel. What you do is sign up at mrsharvey, with details of your dream holiday ie location, resorts etc. and you provide a photo of your other half. Then, with the sophisticated facial scanning at Harvey World Travel, when your other half comes in to book a surprise holiday for you, the consultants can make all sorts of 'suggestions' based on the file that comes up when your OH has been recognized.

    This becomes awkward if your OH is having an affair and booking a surprise holiday for their floozy, but no system is perfect...
    I'll be your travel agency! Lol

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    Undersized fruit and vegetables.

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    I'd be selling spa baths I'd say...

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    A s.e.x shop would be a good fit for the name. Maybe with some drugs on the side, and a big blow up Hank doll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    A s.e.x shop would be a good fit for the name. Maybe with some drugs on the side, and a big blow up Hank doll.
    I'll order a hank :-)

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    Funnels would be a female friendly hardware store where there is fun stuff for me to do while dh takes a million years to buy nails.

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    Llamas. We'd sell Llamas .

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    One day I googled my nickname bezzy and in American street slang it means pr0stitute LOL, so I guess I'd be running a br0thel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bezzy View Post
    One day I googled my nickname bezzy and in American street slang it means pr0stitute LOL, so I guess I'd be running a br0thel!
    Too funny!


 

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