The Zen of Unsure Things
Does it come with worms? I'd like to know what the catch is ...
You are welcome to seed here...
Pay your money and you're free to visit your dirt from time to time.
The secret ingrediment without which no housewife could clean her house!D as in DIRTI as in DIRTR as in DIRTand T as in Orange Pekoe!That oughtto keep you googling, Petrea. No fair asking John.
I know what Orange Pekoe, is. That woman would do better to have some coffee.http://www.allacronyms.com/DIRTThat's all the googling I have time for today!
Is that the land of the free you Colonials keep telling us about?
Ask me when I'm in a better mood, Dive.
Dirt is never free - it always comes with a price; from the dirted to the dirty
Why is Dirt in captivity? Who's behind the "free" movement?
Clearly the sign loves the dirt so much it can't live without it.I can hear the sign singing a verse from John Denver's "Annie's Song":Let me lay down beside youLet me always be with youCome let me love youCome love me again
I love all your dusty, dirty minds.
Let me know if this works, and I'll put up a sign in my backyard.
That's a great idea, Karin. Albert can help you make more.
We compost, so it's all profit.
Next week: FREE CAT
You compost cats?
The remains of sleazy tabloids?
All of the above.
...Clifford got me with composting cats...
very nice, my thought was "bring your own shovel"
...to take Book Dragon's thought a little further - I would imagine there is another sign (just out of shot) which says, 'No Digging'.
So I guess we're talkin' "BYO fingernails."
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