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Re: Hosta Test

  • Subject: Re: Hosta Test
  • From: "Carolyn Q. Bryson" <quinnell@iquest.net>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2001 18:11:58 -0500

Glen - 
	Could I have permission to print your Hosta Test in our newsletter? It is
very clever.

Carolyn Q. Bryson
At 01:27 PM 08/19/2001 +0100, you wrote:
>                                Hosta IQ Behavior Test
>1. What is the greatest number of days that you have allowed to pass while
>THAT HOSTA languished in a pot waiting for you to find just the right spot
>for it?
>2. What is the longest  duration (in weeks)  that you have put off packing
>and mailing THOSE HOSTAS off to a friend?
>3. How many times are you  apt to weed a single hosta garden  during the
>4. What is the largest amount of money you have ever spent on a hosta?
>5. How many times have you pronounced  the species H. aequinectiiontha
>6. How many times have you  wanted to know who first said that the hosta
>was a low maintenance plant?
>7. What is the greatest number of hostas that you have planted  within a  8
>foot square patch of ground?
>8.How many times as the help that you hired ( or husband, wife,or child)
>not shown up to work?
>9.How many times have you forgotten and then purchased the same plant
>simply because you liked the name of it?
>10. How many times have you killed H.'Uzo-No-Mai'?
>Add the results from all these questions and then divide the total by your
>social security number, multiply it by your age or weight, then subtract
>the original number from the initial  number. Take the square root of this
>number  and you will have  discovered your Hosta IQ. This number is a bond
>amongst all of us. Don't disclose it to the daylily people.
>>From the heart of summer in Vermont.... where it is cool and sunny and all
>the tourists raise their hands to ask directions.
>Glen Williams
>20 Dewey St.
>Springfield , Vermont
>Tel: 802-885-2839 
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  • References:
    • Hosta Test
      • From: gw1944@vermontel.net (Glen Williams)

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