Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
Damn man you're in for a hell of a time hahaha. I'm having a good time getting high right now by sitting in the upstairs computer room myself :P Speaking about getting high, congratulations to Michael Phelps on his big gold in the team relays on Saturday.
I've never heard of a Cheeto tree. I wasn't aware they grew on trees O_o
Silly Mark, Cheetoes don't grow on treesthey grown on bushes
Oh, you beat me to it! Well played!
Makes me remember the time my mum found a dope plant in her garden. She says it self seeded....of course I believe her
You could see that crop for at least a few hundred. Maybe more if they were the sticky kind. However, I have the feeling that's nonstick. They might dock you for that.
@Matthew: Not only can I get goofy, I can whip up some eggs when I'm done. Especially if the Cheetos crop hasn't come in yet.@Mynx: That's her story and she's sticking with it.@Beer: I don't waste my time with "Acapulco Nonstick."
Where do you get the seeds for that crop? Bed Bath and Beyond?
Close. From a dude in a van BEHIND Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
never knew you were a horticulturist. impressive. next plant: money tree
Wow, now if they can cook whatever grows near on their own, I think you have your own goldmine.
hahaha.. At first read I was like, dayum! then I LOLed a little. Something must have snagged the Cheetos? I can't see them. :)
Dear God--that is no way to grow pot. Call me! I live in Oregon--enough said.
Cheetohs have legitimate medicinal properties.
Man, you need to be careful what you post in the Internet! Metal thieves might rob you blind!
Save yourself some time my friend. Crack an egg. Place said egg in pot.Kids... this is your brain on drugs...:)
Are you going to sell some, or is it all for personal consumption?
@Violet: How do I start one of those? Do I plant pennies?@Pat: Especially since one of those is the rare "Budweiser Bush."@MB: The Cheetos are off-camera. I didn't want anyone to know where they were exactly. Mine, all mine.@Stephen: Really? And here I thought Oregon was well known for...uh...um...err...okay, I got nothin'. Maybe I WILL ask for advice.@dbs: Especially orange-tinged fingers. They keep down the bacteria which can cause colds.@Nancy: Especially if they were copper pots.@Juli: That only works if I scramble the eggs.@Pat: Medicinal purposes. I have HUGE cataracts.