Wednesday, 14 May 2014

My Bucket List

1. A blue Vileda one with matching mop for doing the kitchen floor.

2. A couple of those decorative enamelled/metal ones with pot plants in them.

3. A larger black one with a spout which we use for bigger jobs like washing the car(s).

4. I'm sure we've got some bucket-and-spade type buckets somewhere. We had a heart-shaped one and a castle shaped one when the kids were
small.

5. A watering can. I think that counts as a specialised kind of bucket.

6 comments:

PJH said...

#1 - the seat in my pimped up car
#2 - the mute I use on the bell of my trumpet when playing it
#3 - where my data goes once I've hashed it
#4 - the hopper at the front of my digger
#5 - the one I'll be kicking in about 40 years

Bayard said...

"A watering can. I think that counts as a specialised kind of bucket"

Doesn't a bucket have to have a moveable handle?

My bucket list:

1. 15l "scoop and pour" yellow bucket.
2. Ditto
3. Ditto
4. Ditto
5. Metal bucket with a hole in it.

Mark Wadsworth said...

PJH, hehe, thinking a bit laterally there.

B: "Doesn't a bucket have to have a moveable handle?"

No, clearly not. Some buckets have a small handle at each side, for example.

PJH said...

@Bayard: "Doesn't a bucket have to have a moveable handle?"

Watering cans do come in 'movable handle' flavours. Like this one for instance. (Other varieties of watering cans with handles are available under google images....)

Mark Wadsworth said...

PJH, yet more lateral thinking, I think you've outflanked both of us on that one.

The Stigler said...

A watering can is beyond the pail.