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    Re: Re: Re: Re: Membur dem poor Klamz...?

    Originally posted by AmberLee


    I must be having an over literal night, but considering what usually fertilizes flowers, it seems hard to imagine that clams would faze them...
    LOL!!! I don't grow plants myself, so forgot all about that!!!
    Last edited by momoffuzzyfaces; 10-26-2002 at 03:42 PM.

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    Phred, it you get a few more of these cans and empty them all around your house - at a distance of course, you won't need a fence! All the neighborhood dogs and cats are bound to stay away! And who knows what plants will grow along that line
    Last edited by Randi; 10-26-2002 at 02:26 PM.





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    Maybe this could be a new deterrent to crime. Instead of bread and water give them bread and clam juice!!! It'd sure make me behave!
    Last edited by momoffuzzyfaces; 10-26-2002 at 03:41 PM.

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    Originally posted by Cinder & Smoke
    Flowers...???

    Is that a fancee name fur Big Weedz??

    If so - they duzint seem ta need any speshul fertalizer -
    seem ta grow jest fine in our yard!

    Thats the answer Cinder & Smoke - Get Dad to bury the clams in the back yard - - - it should kill all the Big Weedz Good Luck!!!


    Lynne

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    Originally posted by Randi
    ...And who knows what plants will grow along that line...
    Doesn't this sound like an episode from The Twilight Zone ... eerie music, anyone? Hee, hee, hee.
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    This smacks of 'Day of the Triffids'!!!

    Lynne

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    Oh no Phred! Please don't use the clams to fertilise your plants, you might end up with a yard full of TRIFFIDS!

    A heavy drum beat; a sickly green light floods the screen; highlighting a series of faces as they stare upwards. Eerie choral music complements the air of impending danger. Something wet and leathery flies out, striking a screaming woman. The 'tongue' slithers towards the viewer, obscuring all else.


    Weed or Triffid? -
    It’s your decision!


    “I whipped round to find a triffid towering only a few feet behind me. In one automatic movement I had my hands over my eyes. I heard the sting whistle as it slashed out at me - but there was no knockout, no agonizing burning, even. One’s mind can move like lightning at such a moment; nevertheless, it was more instinct than reason which sent me leaping at it before it had time to strike again. I collided with it, overturning it, and even as I went down with it my hands were on the upper part of the stem, trying to pull off the cup and the sting. Triffid stems do not snap - but they can be mangled. This one was mangled thoroughly before I stood up”



    Well Phred, it’s beginning to look as if you shouldn’t have taken our advice about the clams in the first place, doesn’t it! So, if you see anything like this appearing in the yard, you’d better make an emergency call to your friends on Pet Talk, we’re here to help you out!

    john





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  8. Dear Doctor Niksbokken....

    What's a clam to do????? Doc, you should hear how they talk about me. Isn't life hard enough for me -- shut in all day in the same old shell? Cats shun me....even DOGS shun me (at least I have the distinction of being the first digestable shunned by a dog...)

    Now they want to bury me in the garden -- sacrifice me to the gods for a triffid! NO dignity at all!

    Doc, doc, you gotta help me break out of my shell!

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    Re: Dear Doctor Niksbokken....

    Originally posted by Edwina's Secretary

    Doc, doc, you gotta help me break out of my shell!
    Then you'd be a SNAIL!!! I'm not sure that would be an improvement.

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    A SNAIL WIHOUT A SHELL.....................................Thats a SLUG! Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwyyyy.

    Lynne

  11. Then you'd be a SNAIL
    Thats a SLUG
    no, no....then I'd be ESCARGOT!!!!

    I'd be French...exotic....people would love me....shower me with garlic

    no more shame, no more fertilizer for monster plants....

    I'd be GOURMET!!!

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    Originally posted by Edwina's Secretary


    no, no....then I'd be ESCARGOT!!!!

    I'd be French...exotic....people would love me....shower me with garlic

    no more shame, no more fertilizer for monster plants....

    I'd be GOURMET!!!
    YOU'D BE LUNCH!!!

  13. #148
    Originally posted by momoffuzzyfaces
    YOU'D BE LUNCH!!!


    Not at our Howse!
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    Maybe some of you from the west coast, remember Ivors acres of clams. (showing age again) His tag line was "Keep Clam" Most of you must be mid westerners We on the west coast know what clams are good for. Ever wonder why Viagra sales are low here?

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    LOL!!!!! Corinna!!!! That is too funny.........I always heard that oysters were good for that......that's what we believe in the South, anyway!!!!

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