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Old 14-06-2005, 11:02 AM
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Default Can I use human feces as fertilizer for orchids ???

I heard that ****ing and shitting on orchids improves their growth.

Is that true or just a myth ?

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Old 14-06-2005, 02:24 PM
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It's a myth.

It is nice to have another troll in the newsgroup. I was getting so lonely.
Everybody always ignores me when I try to get things going.

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I heard that ****ing and shitting on orchids improves their growth.

Is that true or just a myth ?



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Old 14-06-2005, 05:52 PM
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Hal,

That's not true. We don't ignore you.

Mick

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It's a myth.

It is nice to have another troll in the newsgroup. I was getting so

lonely.
Everybody always ignores me when I try to get things going.

"Tristan Beeline" wrote in message
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I heard that ****ing and shitting on orchids improves their growth.

Is that true or just a myth ?





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I heard that ****ing and shitting on orchids improves their growth.

Is that true or just a myth ?

Only the ones you keep in your living room. Try it!


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