It Is Aprils Fool Day After All.

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:ROFL:  I remember seeing this "film" when I was a kid.  For quite some time after that, I really believed it!   :nuts:

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Reminds me of our former pastor who once asked a teenager in our church to come help him plant macaroni in his garden. :)

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Reminds me of our former pastor who once asked a teenager in our church to come help him plant macaroni in his garden. :)

:clapping:

 

When my mother was younger, she thought carrot seed packets contained hot dog seeds.  

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Haha!  Wonder who told her that? That reminds me of Mama telling me that Shepherd's Pie was "Daniel Boone Pie" to get me to eat it....I've loved it ever since.

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Haha!  Wonder who told her that? That reminds me of Mama telling me that Shepherd's Pie was "Daniel Boone Pie" to get me to eat it....I've loved it ever since.

Daniel Boone Pie...that's a great name!  :icon_smile:   My mom assumed that's what was in the packet. She thought the carrots looked like weiners. Heh.

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Jerry Clower once told how Marcel Ledbetter sold a bag full of cuckleburr's to city slickers. Told them they were porcupine eggs.

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Jerry Clower once told how Marcel Ledbetter sold a bag full of cuckleburr's to city slickers. Told them they were porcupine eggs.

My Dad loved Jerry Clower!  "555-..."  heh

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I always liked the coon hunting story.

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Knock him out John

It wont be long now

Awww shoot this thing.

John, we cant shoot.  We might hit you

well just shoot up amongst us... one of us has got to get some relief. 

Rofl

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he hung them toenails in 'at bark....an' 'e eeeeased on up the tree......

 

...he took that sharp stick an' 'e drawed back an' 'e punched the 'coon........but it wasn't a 'coon.........

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Funny stuff. Brings back old memories. We actually DID some of that stuff growing up. We cut and hauled many a cord of pulpwood like "poor ol' Marcel", "traipsed" all over the woods and swamps barefooted with the poison ivy, yellow flies, redbugs, gators and cottonmouth moccasins. We coonhunted around the cornfield at night.and I've even had coons climb up the tree with me when I was in my deer stand. Punched one on the backside with my compound bow to get it to climb back down. 

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One of the best local ones was a radio talkshow host who did his show from on board a naval submarine which was sitting at the bottom of the river out front of the city.
He was prOBably the most popular presenter here, and he got real naval personell and interviewed about the running of different parts of the sub.

The plan was to surface the sub when the show ended at 7.45am and he would get picked and taken to the riverbank.

There hundreds of people lining the river bank as the show came to an end......
But no sub ever surfaced in our river.

It is not deep enough anyway.

But he was convincing..... :lol:

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It's National Atheist Day!

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It's National Atheist Day!

Fits!

 

God bless,

Larry

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It's National Atheist Day!

Yes it is!

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