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Not hosta related, but too heavy a groaner NOT to pass on!

A mechanic who worked out of his home had a dog named Mace. Mace
had a bad habit of eating all the grass on the mechanic's lawn,
so the mechanic had to keep Mace inside. The grass eventually became
overgrown. One day the mechanic was working on a car in the backyard and
dropped his wrench, losing it in the tall grass. He couldn't find it for
the life of him, so he decided to call it a day.

That night, Mace escaped from the house and ate all the grass in the
backyard. The next morning the mechanic went outside and saw his wrench
glinting in the sunlight.

Realizing what had happened he looked toward the heavens and proclaimed,
"A grazing Mace, how sweet the hound, that saved a
wrench for me!"

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