Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Wordless Wednesday: Corn Maze Quiz 4

27 comments:

  1. Yikes 120lbs? That's a lot of fertiliser for the garden! Happy WW

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  2. Oh my....just ONE?

    My W W is posted.

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  3. Iz dat all? I would tink dey would poop a TON at least. dey iz BIG boyz & gurlz.

    -Dr Tweety

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  4. At that rate,fertilizer should be really cheap!

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  5. Our corn maze comes down to reading comprehension and math! I never get out without help....

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  6. Well that's a lot of s**t. Have a great WW. :)

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  7. That is quite a load!! I learned something new today.

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  8. WOW - I guess one really does learn something new every day! I enjoy your WW questions - see you next week!

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  9. oh my, I was going to say 25 or 50 pounds!

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  10. Hmm, 100 pounds maybe? I'm so lost in this corn maze, I don't know if I'm ever getting out! LOL Happy WW :)

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  11. Wow, that's quite a lot (of manure).
    But it's interesting to learn about things like this I otherwise wouldn't know.

    And thanks as always for stopping by today.

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  12. This photo is something to reflect upon.
    That's why this comments is what it is.

    To the comments so far:
    What does it means to people that do not have a clue?

    Just to give an "empty" comment?
    To receive an "empty" comment in return.
    Afterwards:
    Saying to non-blogger friends: Oh, listen: My last blogpost got nnnn comments. Ain't I'm a hero? And it was from all over the World...


    NO NO NO

    OK, My native language is not English. Therefor, sometimes, I have to be short when commenting - lack of words or right way to express there and then. When time allows me, I can use my Dictionary.
    Unfortunally, that is not too often.

    Coming back to your entry here. Some background:

    I was born next to the Farm in Norway that with proud told the "world": Our cows produce more milk than any other cows on this planet.
    And we, in Norway was very proud.

    Did they and we think about the beasts? That never were outside - only during the "Tourist season"?

    btw. So far, you are the only one to give a reflective comment to my last post. More than ever, mind you I know we know, visitors have not commented. It's easy to comment on WW, be read the serious part obviously stopped them. That's a challenge.

    Again - English is not my mothers tongue

    have great time

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  13. That's a lot of bull... um... yeah. :)

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  14. Twenty-five pounds?

    My mom bean said to tell you that first of all she is an artist, and everything with her is usually visual. She writes from the pictures she creates in her head. Whatever that means. She tried to explain it to me...
    She's working on maps and plots and character sketches and timelines right now. That's how she does big projects. She creates drawings of mostly everything--so she can write about them faster and easier--that's what her story board is...

    Hugs...G

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  15. Oh, geesh...I just saw your explaination to the cow dump sign. Take back my stupid guess, I'm just a cat, don't really know much about cows...

    Hugs...G

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  16. WOW!! That is a lot of poo!! smile!! Thanks for stopping by. our son is still in his home and waiting the fire out for now. Sandy

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  17. that is alot of poo! not sure I really wanted to know that! LOL!!!*grin grin*

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  18. Wow! That's a lot of poop! I am glad I'm not cleaning that up!

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  19. I guessed 50 pounds...which still seemed like a lot to me...

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  20. I'm now going to have to post my cow poop photos! There is an interesting exhibit at the local science museum about converting cow dung to energy with all these stats about how much poop they produce. You've inspired me in a strange kind of way.

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  21. LOL Hey, I actually KNOW what Northeast Kingdom means! Yay! :) Thanks for visiting :)

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