Gardener offers mouthwatering 'mow and blow' deal
A full service from Jose's Landscaping
California readers looking for a landscape gardener who offers a full service and is willing to negotiate on price were recently pointed in the direction of "Jose Barajas and his gang of six cabaleros!" by one highly-satisfied customer:
Sadly, it appears Barajas and his half dozen caballeros are no longer offering the cut-price "mow-and-blow" deal, since the recommendation has now been amended to remove this particular extra. Shame. ®
Thanks to Simon Halsey for the tip-off.
I can't believe no one has answered you yet. Add some quotes to the phrase mow and blow job. That should make it mow and "blow job".
Sick minds, check.
When you read, "mow and blow job", don't assume it's talking about a leaf and grass blower/vacuum. In the context of lawn care, that's probably what it means. There's also the context of the guy being flexible in working out a deal, and the last half of "mow and blow job" means something entirely different in that context or to a "sick mind" as you say. So that's the punchline, right there.
What do you English call leaf blowers anyway? In the cobbling business hand sewing is called a "hand job". Same dif.