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Re: Caffeine and slugs

  • Subject: Re: Caffeine and slugs
  • From: EntICE11@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 5 Jul 2002 07:54:38 EDT

In a message dated 7/4/02 8:08:38 PM Pacific Daylight Time, falkora@smig.net writes:

And I will return to
my old method of slug elimination.  Drop them in a tin can as I find
them.  When I get tired of collecting slugs, sprinkle a little salt
on them and pour in some boiling water (no more cold instant coffee).
Last step is to dump the can in the middle of the road so the cars,
tractors, etc. can further squash them.


You carry extermination to new heights..lol.

I was happy doing the Happy dance on top of the slugs I found...While chanting...bad slug, bad slug.
While others used surgical instruments, chop sticks, ammonia, or what ever...

But us Minnesotans have no idea what slug are. The Pacific Corner has to have the market on those.
My Mom just came back from Seattle where she found one almost 2 inches long. Now that would get to me...


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