Have you ever had a digestive biscuit in your tree?
Started by Scrotnig, 15th May 2019 22:06 in Talk & Chat

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    LadyLush
    Now we’re asking the real questions, this is the info we need.
    I wouldn't eat it, it more than likely has bird lime on it.
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    Dordie
    I wouldn't eat it, it more than likely has bird lime on it.
    I would hope you would leave the tree biscuit well alone.

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    Scrotnig
    It couldn't have 'fallen' there, it would have broken, and anyway it was wedged between two branches.
    Why would it necessarily have broken? It could have been thrown, landed on leaves then rolled gently to its eventual stopping point. I would rate its chances of surviving such a journey intact as slightly better than surviving in the hand or pocket of someone climbing a tree.

    [PS - if parson's watching, this is what logic looks like.]
    YOU LOST. Deal with it

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    Memnoch
    Why would it necessarily have broken? It could have been thrown, landed on leaves then rolled gently to its eventual stopping point. I would rate its chances of surviving such a journey intact as slightly better than surviving in the hand or pocket of someone climbing a tree.

    [PS - if parson's watching, this is what logic looks like.]
    ..and climbing a tree is a little bit like work.
    The European Union is Nazism under a new banner.
    Perrin is right about Cameron, on everything else he is wrong.
    Fork Me is a decent type, pity he's such a twat!

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    Dordie
    ..and climbing a tree is a little bit like work.
    And yet parson must have climbed and subsequently fallen out of the twat tree at some point as he hit every branch on the way down.
    YOU LOST. Deal with it

 


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