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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 08-31-2016, 10:22 PM
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I had sort of an opposite upbringing. My dad taught me all the woods lore he knew, which was a lot. I'm the tomboy I am because of that. He protected me from jokes and tricks of others who went hunting with us. I learned tracking from him during many, many outings. Lots of time without a gun and out of season. he started me with a .22 single shot on rabbits and squirrels. Snow days were the best. All the tracks. How to see what the forest floor so clearly showed. I'll never be the woodsman he was, can never have his physical strength, but he put practical knowledge above school knowledge. Thanks to him, I have both.
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post #22 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-31-2016, 02:28 PM
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Search dirty diaper prank on YouTube. There is a guy who loaded one with chocolate pudding, and took it to show his friend. It's a good one as the guy is a germophobe and gets chased around.

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An older friend had some good ones too. He was watching a group from out of country ooh and awe over a bear that had climbed a tree by the A&W on the edge of town. He got up, grumbling and went outside a bit back of the tree and hollered something to the effect of: "Cecil! You get down and home! Now!!" And then grumbled about not being able to leave a bear alone for a minute. They bought it! He had them convinced that he had a free roaming black bear as a pet! 😂

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