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#1 Jun 5, 2012
Ok, bee hives are a source of honey, plus the thick hives can be made into candles. The best candles out there. Listen neighbors lets get some hives this summer. prove yourself a true laurel-lite and harvest. Blackberrys, all the berrys. mushrooms. ginsing and yellow root. Come one people just take a walk.
#2 Jun 5, 2012
Finally at last, someone that makes sense. I have been racking my head for years to try to figure out the ways I could prove myself a true Laurel Lite and at las, I have found it. Tell me my dear where should I venture out to find only the most PAINFUL BEE STINGS? If I can still fill my hands afterwards, I would sure love to make some candles.Oh yes, I am taking a walk with you soul sister, a left past the berry patch, a skip over the ginseng and staight to the e.r with my 1,000 bee stings from fetching bee hives but I bet those candles sure do smell good.
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