4. Myth

I once left a freshly picked pumpkin outside in a full moon and it turned into a vampire, demolishing my basil crop and ringbarking my fig tree. The almost-ripe figs turned bright red and started dripping blood. Just before sunrise the pumpkin exploded, showering the garden with a green/orange sludge. Kind of like sloppy pumpkin and basil pesto. It was quite a scene.

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No Patriotism in Exaggeration

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It’s Tool Time!

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