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Re: What do you call a scraper?

Thanks, Coops and Pat...........

OK, now know the name and I hope that's half the battle?

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Re: What do you call a scraper?

 sweet 17 wrote:

Thanks, Coops and Pat...........

OK, now know the name and I hope that's half the battle

One like this?


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Re: What do you call a scraper?

une spatule (but this can be made of wood) or une maryse (pics)

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Re: What do you call a scraper?

Merci, Clair.  Une maryse shouldn't be at all difficult to remember.............Smile [:)]
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Re: What do you call a scraper?

Pacha, can't get your picture, sorry.........
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Re: What do you call a scraper?

Ok, Pacha, but how do I teach the bird to scrape out the bits?

And, anyway, how much to buy the bird?  Any import controls for exotic pets?  And can you please explain what I feed it on?


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Re: What do you call a scraper?

Perhaps we are going about this the wrong way; I think that Sweets should MIME what she wants.Stick out tongue [:P] Just try it at home for a moment, then when the partner has picked his/herself up from the floor laughing, tell us how we might do it.

Of course there could be a link to shrinking sox!!


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Re: What do you call a scraper?

 sweet 17 wrote:

I'm now sorry I asked!  Goodness, tongues, fingers, nudge, nudge, wink, wink...............I give up!

Look, can someone just tell me the name in French 

 

I did - raclette- do we have a going off in a huff (un)smiley?  It's just that they don't always seem to be called that for reasons beyond my comprehension


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