[Story] Wow I'm posting in recovery!

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Epsilon0

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Went for a walk anyway. Hate being inactive when I'm actually motivated.
Bloody geese attacked me hahahaha. I told them to fuck off and swiped them with a plant pot.
I'll set Dog on the feckers if they don't play nice.

Whaaaat? I didn’t take you for the anti-geese type. I was convinced you were a geezer.
 
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Whaaaat? I didn’t take you for the anti-geese type. I was convinced you were a geezer.
Nasty creatures just after food. They'll get a shock when torpedoed with several ounces of sprocker spaniel.
That's my Christmas meal sorted.
 
nitrogen

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Bloody geese attacked me hahahaha. I told them to fuck off and swiped them with a plant pot.
I'll set Dog on the feckers if they don't play nice.
Oh you silly grandpa colon.

I took my kid to a lake in the park a couple of days ago. We fed the water fouls cheerios. A goose pecked cheerios straight out of her hand. She won't go near one after that and told everybody "a bad goose ate my finger." It was a middle finger, so we've been teasing her by asking "Which finger?" and she'd pout and give us the middle finger.

Here's a photo:
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Oh you silly grandpa colon.

I took my kid to a lake in the park a couple of days ago. We fed the water fouls cheerios. A goose pecked cheerios straight out of her hand. She won't go near one after that and told everybody "a bad goose ate my finger." It was a middle finger, so we've been teasing her by asking "Which finger?" and she'd pout and give us the middle finger.

Here's a photo:
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Hahaha bad goose ate my finger. :pfff: poor kid.
I may go and chase those birds tomorrow and teach them a lesson.
Hahaha bad goose ate my finger. :pfff: poor kid.
I may go and chase those birds tomorrow and teach them a lesson.
Lol Grandpa Colon. Back in my day there were no geese you know and no computer me bobs or Internets and we had jumpers for goalposts and friendly telephones. And proper music you could dance to instead of all this modern malarkey. They're all on drugs you know. :wink:
 
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I may go and chase those birds tomorrow and teach them a lesson.
Don't get too smug about it and twist your hip & have your pride in being a human being crushed.

Birds can be vengeful.



If you insist, let me know where you'll be so I can hold a camera ready and record the incident, sell the video on this forum. :heh:
 
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They really are nasty gits. I'm nastier though. Never back down from an animal they just try it on and are big wusses really.
Btw I got the colon reference. You have really been paying attention haven't you?
 
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No goose chasing today, too tired. My brother spent the day dropping scavenged plants and garden stuff over the wall.
So now I have a water butt, pea shingle and wood chippings for dressing, some oven dishes that will make nice pots for bog plants and some more plant samples.
There's a nice arum of some sort and other stuff I can't identify.
And the mint is coming on strong that stuff is comet proof.
Lol @Squiddy - all that will be left in the end after it hits is mint!:hihi:
 
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No goose chasing today, too tired. My brother spent the day dropping scavenged plants and garden stuff over the wall.
So now I have a water butt, pea shingle and wood chippings for dressing, some oven dishes that will make nice pots for bog plants and some more plant samples.
There's a nice arum of some sort and other stuff I can't identify.
And the mint is coming on strong that stuff is comet proof.
Lol @Squiddy - all that will be left in the end after it hits is mint!:hihi:
Hopefully it hits soon lol
 
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Epsilon0

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Lol my life is turning into a roadrunner cartoon where I am Wyle E Coyote.
How cool is that! You can jump off a cliff and keep on running in the air and you won’t fall down as long as you don’t look down.
Britain’s got talent! - I think you could win the whole competition with such a neat trick. I’d vote for you.
 
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I've sent off for the ACME rocket launcher. Should be here any day now. Those goosies are going to get such as surprise. :happy:
 
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@Underscore

They're all very pretty :)

What are all of them?
 
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In order...
Fratilleries found as bulbs chucked out in the back alley
Applemint from the back alley vacant land
Arum Italicum from the woods near the gardens (escaped plant)
Weeds from the back field plot, poppies, poached egg plant, foxgloves, what I think is a plum tree (was there when I moved in last year), forget me nots and the ever present buddliea.
 
Lost in a Dream

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I'm sorry to hear that your recovery isn't going well anymore @Underscore You and your garden were doing so well and then you ran out of energy to do it and now you have lost your motivation as well. It sucks that life does this to us. Whenever we feel hopeful about recovery being possible, something gets in the way and we end up back where we started.

I totally understand needing to take a break from posting, which is something that I have done a couple of times as well. Hopefully you post again someday because I like reading what you have to say. Until you feel like doing it again, take care of yourself and we will be here for you if you need us. :hug:
 
Quarky00

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You should really continue that lovely sweet garden, it's a lot of work and results for just 3 weeks (!) since your first post here, at that rate you'll be having a thriving garden within a month -- and those of us here that are staying should be updated. Look at all your babies* growing. :heart: (it's really inspiring)

* Without the hassle of real little pink-hatted monsters @nitrogen :ahhha:
 
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Well the babies are going to get a.much needed soak as the rain is coming, so no more gardening for a while. At least the yarden is small and I can nip out in my dressing gown an attend to things. My old gardens (yes I has two) were so big that by the time you'd finished the hedges and lawns and weeding, you needed to start again.
 
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Here's a good idea - fairy garden. @Underscore @Quarky00

My pink-hatted monster discovered a fairy garden in front of an elderly woman's house 5 blocks down. The area under the tree is full of miniature structures, toys, and decorations. Kids love them and the old lady loves kids.

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Epsilon0

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Here's a good idea - fairy garden. @Underscore @Quarky00

My pink-hatted monster discovered a fairy garden in front of an elderly woman's house 5 blocks down. The area under the tree is full of miniature structures, toys, and decorations. Kids love them and the old lady loves kids.

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Imagine the time it takes to clear the dust from all these figurines!

(Slightly OCD cleaner speaking hahaha)
 
Underscore

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I lived with fairies at university.:O we called them that because they did all the washing up and cleaning while we slobbed about smoking weed.
'Well who did you think did the washing up, the fairies?'

I've also seem those sort of freaky gardens in the flesh. If I did it I'd want something more in keeping with the tales of the ancient Sidhe from the Irish myths. Id build a mini Newgrange at rhe bottom of the garden. Lol reminds me of Spinal Tap.
 
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Here's a good idea - fairy garden. @Underscore @Quarky00

My pink-hatted monster discovered a fairy garden in front of an elderly woman's house 5 blocks down. The area under the tree is full of miniature structures, toys, and decorations. Kids love them and the old lady loves kids.

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The only thing I can think of is chanting "Lock her up! Lock her up!" :haha: ( <--- This response is wrong on so many levels )

It's obviously very sweet and brilliant . It's overwhelming stimuli for me , reminds me of the time you posted flashing images / with visual distortion , the abundance of colourful fairies and toys make me a bit anxious lol . But it's brilliant .
 
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