Slimey SLEEZY Bastards!

WingsOfGold

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Thanks, Va wants me to jump through hoops, phuck their hoops.... gasoline and match is whats in store.
 
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PrchJrkr

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Thanks, Va wants me to jump through hoops, phuck their hoops.... gasoline and match is whats in store.
If you won't jump through their hoops, please make sure you have enough fuel to completely destroy them. I don't want some weird ass stinging vines hanging from the trees. I like to revisit my home state every now and again. Thanks in advance.
 

22AcaciaAve

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Contact the Maryland department of Agriculture. They may send you a mailer with postage to send the seeds to them. It will help them identify what they are. Don't plant them. They could be an invasive plant species that will kill off beneficial plants. Just like the gypsy moth and snakehead fish are invasive animals. I've heard of bio warfare, first time I ever heard of plant warfare!
 

22AcaciaAve

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Although quite honestly if I got a batch I would be tempted to plant one in a small pot and see what grows. There is an app called iNaturalist that identifies plant and insect life. Might be an interesting experiment to see what it comes up with. Then destroy it of course.
 

mamaof1

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If you won't jump through their hoops, please make sure you have enough fuel to completely destroy them. I don't want some weird ass stinging vines hanging from the trees. I like to revisit my home state every now and again. Thanks in advance.
That sounds like Level 9 Jumanji stuff. I sure hope not, it not like its not bad enough already.
 

GURPS

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If you won't jump through their hoops, please make sure you have enough fuel to completely destroy them. I don't want some weird ass stinging vines hanging from the trees. I like to revisit my home state every now and again. Thanks in advance.
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