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Richard’s Rules

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If my children ever have to write down a list of all those things their father used to say, this is what they might write:

  1. If you ask for it, you’re going to eat it.
  2. Pasta salad is not salad, it’s pasta. Don’t be fooled.
  3. You cannot have too many lights when you are riding your bike at night.
  4. Panadol might give you short-term benefits, but you’ll be better off in the long-run if you learn to tolerate the pain
  5. One year’s seeding, seven years weeding (proudly pinched from my Dad!)
  6. Carry a knife in your car for road trips. Amazing how often we’ve used our knife for fruit, rolls etc. 

… to be updated and bumped as I remember the rest of the Rules.

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