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I know this is really off the wall, but after seeing the diversity of posts, and intelligent (stop laughing) answers I had to ask;

 

Morning Glory. That vine-like stuff that wraps around the roses, ornaments, trees, and even the dog if he lays still, and chokes it. Sometimes I could swear that rain is morning glory seed. Our yard is small, but is quite a little park scene - I have bikes, momma has a garden - and this stuff is out of control! Now that the beagle pup is growing up we will be less hesitant to chemically assult this demon. Any tips? Th morning glory must die!

 

BTW - if you recommend agent orange at least be in a position to supply some. We'l try anything.

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the wife was the garden specialist at lowes ,Round Up, brother ,spray and spray more

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the wife was the garden specialist at lowes ,Round Up, brother ,spray and spray more

Don't spray any toxic crap if you have pups, bad things happen, seizures , tumors etc. just pull the stuff down or borrow some goats , them little baatards eat every thing

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wait till a sunny day, is dries fast and the damage is done in a short time, keep the dog out of the yard for a couple hours

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Check out a product by the name of TORDON. A herbicide that will kill grasses and woody type plants. Does not take much to kill the stuff for several years. I find it at Tractor Supply or Rural King stores locally

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Tell your wife "it's your garden, so it's your problem" then go for a ride.

 

Of course all your shit may be set out on the curb when you get home...

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Napalm

Well let's see - napalm is gelatanized gasoline. Instructions on the gelatin package say "bring to boil" for a few minutes. My friend and I tried this when we were in grade school... over an open flame. (remember the alcohol burner in your Gilbert chemistry set?) A plain old malatav cocktail is safer. Ah, to be young again! You have reminded me how lucky I am to be alive today, lol. And after a rotten day at the Post Office I needed a laugh - thanx all, big time.

 

But seriously, too close to the garage and too many wanted plants. Still thinking about Ken's suggestion though. Maybe tell a couple of Airpirate's wife jokes first?

 

Bayer made some stuff a few years ago the needed repeat applications, but I have not seen it since.

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when u tell her that ,this is what happens :SmackBottom:

You mean she'll drop her panties, and I can spank her! Yeeee haw!

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Check out a product by the name of TORDON. A herbicide that will kill grasses and woody type plants. Does not take much to kill the stuff for several years. I find it at Tractor Supply or Rural King stores locally

Sounds like I can't use it in the flowerbeds, but might be great along the fence line. Thanx!

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Make tea out of it, had a hang around a few years back, made that crap all the time and tried to get all of us to drink it, um no thanks.

I was seeking extinction, not extraction. Wow, interesting stuff. Bzzzzz.......

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ahhh grasshopper that is his ass momma is whipping ,momma holds his dreams and balls in her medicine bag

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ahhh grasshopper that is his ass momma is whipping ,momma holds his dreams and balls in her medicine bag

I heard he liked being spanked... :nod:

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