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a garden funny

Posted by pagan 8b (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 2, 07 at 9:58

I heard a cute one the other day. we have a local tv show called 'Making it grow", a very folksy and down-home sort of show. they offer a call-in question where a person can call and ask questions of local Master gardeners. One gentleman called in from NC and had a question about his lawn. The host asked him what kind of grass he had in his yard and the caller responded "plain ordinary grass." I was LOL at the look on the Host's face!


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RE: a garden funny

Would'nt it be funny if their was a sod being sold somewhere and that was it's TM


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LOL. That's what I'd say, too, probably. Except that I know some is Bermuda because it will not die when I want it to. The other stuff? Two acres of Idunno grass that takes a long time to mow!


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Cute!!

Hi, Pagan!!! Remember me? Are the hats still happening?

Debra


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