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Rabbit eating pissed on weeds

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Hogwildz, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. WellSeasoned

    WellSeasoned Guest

    The question is..... After eating your piss weed... Where is the wabbit dropping his nuggets?

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  2. Jags

    Jags Moderate Moderator Staff Member

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    Don't let this leak out or it could get out of hand.
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    Just as long as nobody posts a streaming video... !!!
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  4. Jags

    Jags Moderate Moderator Staff Member

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    Oh - get a hold of yourself.
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    Yee Wizzers of the hearth are too much.
  6. Pallet Pete

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    I Walk in meadow
    I sleep in the flower bed
    And then i hit my head
    What was that
    it was a tree
    oh no!
    now i have to pee
    i'll go in the shadow
    Behind Those Trees
    And wipe my Butt with those leafs
  7. 343amc

    343amc Feeling the Heat

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    I tried that last year on a monster dandelion growing by my wood stacks. I gave up after a week. I think it was getting bigger.

    Must be my body produces fertilizer and not weed killer. :)
  8. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    My first secretary swore that the large potted Ficus in her office was growing so crazy big because the night cleanup guy was "watering" it.
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    OldLumberKid Feeling the Heat

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    As a surfer, it's not unusual you're going to wind up with a bottle of pre-surf wizz in your van. (Hopefully nice and clear.)
    Comes in handy for treating jellyfish stings, works like magic.

    Once made a mistake when I came in from a surf, thirsty and in a hurry for a gulp, and mistook it for lemon-lime Gatorade, until the first mouthful ... splllllluuuuuuurgh! No, I did not swallow. Musta looked funny in the parking lot.
  10. Hogwildz

    Hogwildz Minister of Fire

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    Tis nice to have a thread in the Ash can that brings smiles and laughter, rather than heated debate.
    BG, if I was going to be closer in Sept when I come out, I would stop over and kill a few weeds. But that is quite a haul, and I have precious time with my woman to spend. Might not git out much, but we will spend the time doing productive things. ;-)

    Edit: Never mind. I am a bit delirious, forgot where this was posted. Its hot in the addition. Think I just sweat off ten pounds staining the new bedroom door.
    Mini split heat pump is definitely on the list for the addition.
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    Hehheh . . . my wife is always yelling at me for peeing outside when we have a perfectly fine bathroom not more than maybe 10 steps inside the house . . . you're right . . . it's a guy thing.

    On the flip side . . . I almost got caught once . . . didn't see my neighbor across the road coming over to visit me. A prim and proper retired school teacher . . . she just about caught me there red handed . . .
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  12. firebroad

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    You may not bee so far off the mark.

    Jeez, someone suggested human urine to repel rabbits recently. So much for that.

    I do know that there is no compost accelerator on the market that is as good as common pee. Sometimes I regret having the same equipment as my brother gardeners...;em
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    Hogwildz, I noticed you live near a nuclear power plant... I think that answers a lot of questions.:) Just kidding. I like your posts.
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    Hear that, Hogz? She called you small!
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    :confused: having or not having? Nevermind, it's all good.

    In the meantime, Hogwildz sweatily staining the bathroom door and there's no telling how that happened,
    but if I cast my mind back about 30 years....
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    It does. Urine is high nitrogen. Nitrogen overload is what kills plants- too much fertilizer!
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    I can officially say the human urine has zero effect on deer. On to dried blood next.
  18. Jags

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    Hmmm...worked here. You must drink different stuff than I do.;lol
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    If you're in the woods hunting a smart old wall-hanger it will. Yard deer are a different critter....closer to squirrels.
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  20. begreen

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    closer to rats if you ask me.
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    Na, it's just which is closer - bathroom or lawn.
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    The thread title made me click, you guys made me laugh so much I actually re-read the thread.

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