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Re: Most effective Deer Repelant Suggestions...

  • Subject: Re: Most effective Deer Repelant Suggestions...
  • From: "Sam" <samk52@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 10:03:07 -0700

Well with 7 brothers and sisters.............
How did she drive home with that smell?
I don't think anything could smell worse than elephant dung, she's brought
some of that home for me in her little 2 seatter.  And the time they were
raising the camel calf, she would bring him home in the back of that 2
seatter.  Boy was that a hoot to see.  It's too bad the giraffe calf it too
big to fit in the car, I'd love to get a pix of him in her living room.  I
wish I'd gotten a pix of the camel walking around in there.  She'll never
get anyone to buy that car!!!!!!!!!!
Sam I Am
> <<   I might be
>  able to get my sister to sneak some out for me though.  She's a
>  keeper and works with the lions, tigers and cheetahs. >>
> Sharon, you have got a finger in every pot, don't you?  I can see the
> headlines in the paper now, keeper arrested for sneaking out lion _ _ _ _!
> You might need to buy her a new purse after this.
> Reminds me of the time my mother in law was visiting with her brother in
> She took it upon herself to go to the chicken farm with her sister in law
> get some chicken manure.  She bags the stuff up and transports it the
> hundred miles plus to find that the inside of their brand new conversion
> now smells like chicken manure.  It always did after that. Very Strong
> They had to sell the van because no one could stand the smell.  Took a big
> loss on it too, all for the price of some chicken doo.
> Now I am going to see if I can get on the phone and locate some of that
> predator urine.  If anyone has it-it will be much easier than smuggling
> cheetah droppings.  However if it is not illegal will you please have her
> sneak some out for me and freeze it so it will remain fresh.
> Lord, stop me, I seem to be having too much fun with this one.  I hope you
> know that I am joshing lovely lady.  N.
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