Living in a fantasy world and damn happy about it.
That's what I was thinking, forest -- what forest?
Oh, I sincerely needed that. Good chuckle stuff. Today is a not so good one and I need to know that the guvment, in the form of the Forestry service, is protecting you out in the vast forest lands.
Well, there is that one tree, maybe it can drop some acorns or something.
Ya, careful throwing your match over the side of your bike after you light up! HAAAAAHAHAvery funny post
Maybe they could change the sign to "only you can prevent dust storms" Not so dramatic but a bit more rational.
That is pretty darn funny. Gosh, I feel sorry for y'all, not having any trees and all.
*sniffle*wipe tear*.....inside that fence? Is that where Bambi's mother is buried?........
Oh, but wait...did you know that one of the largest national oak forests exists in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico?That's right...it's the shinoak forest. Shinnery to us locals.So, yeah...you could have a forest fire up there. Course, the ranchers would probably love you for it!
How does that saying go ... "You can't see the forest for the ... tree."
*snickers* Just think how easy it will be if we ever become tree huggers. We will have to take turns!
I have a sense of empowerment!!! I had no idea that only I could prevent forest fires. Geez, what am I doing sitting here at home on the computer???
Oh. Funny.And do I need to mention how quickly I left Lubbock? God bless you for trying, Rach...
Haa-haa! Love Mindy's comment! You'd think they could put up a sign with pheasants and skunks on it to advise protecting our prairie friends.
This is hysterical!!!Notice I am commenting backwards? I do that sometimes...
Post a Comment