Mmm… I want one of these.

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Warped9, May 19, 2022.

  1. Warped9

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    Considering the rising cost of groceries maybe we need to start growing our own stuff.

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  2. Jedi Marso

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    Depending on how much space you have, you should always experiment at least with growing your own stuff.

    If the past few years have illustrated anything, it should be how thin the veneer of civilization actually is. Strip away modern conveniences (post industrial-revolution), and probably 95% of human effort and endeavor looking back was about us feeding ourselves.

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  3. think

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    that image there
    IDK what kind of plant that is but it looks like strange cupcakes growing on a bush ?? what is it??

    that reminds me of an old video I made of a dorito tree --- hehe--- :)



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  4. Warped9

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    Butter tarts? Yuck. Obviously a weed or other invasive species. :p

    If you ever come across a brownie tree, though, be sure to let us know! :D
     
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  7. Oddish

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    Were those tarts? Or quiches?
     
  8. Warped9

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    Buttertarts!