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Mysterious Chinese Grid In Gobi Desert.

Grid This!

Mainly though, read the comments. They are hilarious. My favorite is the one that thinks it's a coded message saying "Tank you for shopping at Walmark".
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And one other comment I saw, "Area fifty wong"! Happy


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It might not be PC

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but I think I cracked a rib on;

"They are Polish crop circles"

Keeping in mind it's a square grid.

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I couldn't possibly comment

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Here in the UK we've been invaded by workers from Poland. They are carpenters and plumbers.

I can't possibly comment because I am having some carpentry work done and plumbing fixed!

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Before you take your next shower

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Check that the knobs for "H" and "C" haven't been reversed. Wink

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One more check.

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One house had the hot water plumbed to the toilet. I can see that if you lived in Whitehorse BC but this was Las Vegas.

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