Say something (anything) to the person before you (Page 6)
drywitty: Watch what you say, dafella, or Cor will hand you his nuts. I don't think you'll want those.
kingdafella: Hey did you get your answer to what a budgie is and whether it goes great with BBQ sauce? I kinda wonder too what a budgie is...and the "ladybird" she kept mentioning is actually a bug/insect right?
kingdafella: So what do you feed it to make it grow? Can it grow to a size that it can eat you limbs by limbs? Does it has fangs? Does it shoots green poison gooeey thingy from its nostrils to paralyze its victim before cocooning the victim in some kinda silk thingy to be left for purpose of devouring it later when the victim flesh turns rotten and the decayed body ozzing smelly body fluids?
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malenastone08: is very little is red is aS BALL HAVE FUNNY WINGS AND BLACK PUNCTS this insect is not danger -is positive children in my country always singing---ladybird fly to heaven-bring us suvenires
she isfine big --can say-as peas
Nathaniel Nirvana: aww, thats cute & sweet.....better than 'ladybird fly away home your house is on fire & the children are home'.......which really is just barbaric
malenastone08: MY LADYBIRDS -COMES EVERY WINTER TO MY HOME THEY TRY STAY ALIVE SAFE FROM -FROST HERE
Corwin: Cats can get the occasional stupid ones that wary out in the open.... but rats live in the walls, and under the floors, where cats can't venture.
Good old high-grade rat-poison is the only way to go... kills them all off in a few days.
Mz Demeanor: Rat poison ingested regularly, even in small amounts, will kill anything eventually. Just sayin'.
Nathaniel Nirvana: I'm not going to ask you if you have proof. I'll take your word for it. No, it's okay, no tea for me thankx
kingdafella: No tea for me too Dry, incase you were entertaining the thought of rat-poisoning me too.
drywitty: No fella, I wouldn't do that to you. You, I'd chain up in my dungeon and throw pinecones at your head.
kingdafella: It's been centuries since British sailors discovered the key to avoiding scurvy: vitamin C. You probably grew up being told that getting enough vitamin C would ward off colds and other ailments, but now the word is out that vitamin C may not play a big part in staving off the sniffles. However, it does have a vital role in maintaining the health of your skin.
Those sailors and others who couldn't get fresh fruits and vegetables suffered bleeding under the skin, ulcers and joint weakness. That's because vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is key to the production of collagen, a protein that aids in the growth of cells and blood vessels and gives skin its firmness and strength. Vitamin C also helps create scar tissue and ligaments, and it helps your skin repair itself
If everything else does not work just go to a cave and ask the old hermit for some wise words of wisdoms.