She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands. Prov. 31:13
Them critters can get pretty gamey if you leave them in the back of your truck. You've got to do something with them:)Ha, Ha. That sign kind of reminds me of traveling through rural Oklahoma, We always chuckle at the hand-written signs that say "Shut" instead of "closed."
LOL! Too Funny!
Goodness! Because you'd expect that it had to happen at least once before they'd put the sign up, if not more. I hope the sign is effective!
Now, that is funny!! :)
that is too funny!
Not only creepy, but inappropriately punctuated as well! hahWe can only hope that all who saw this sign heeded the request!
Could be a bunch of Elk hunters passed through there, always wondered what happened to all the bones and hides and such.
So where are you supose to put those dead critters?
I don't know that is a little creepy!Loved your story about the FM and beginning spinning. I have wanted to spin forever, so maybe this is the kick in can that will get me to buy one and start spinning! :)
So Funny!!! Hey Anne, if you're reading, somehow I doubt that the person that puts "critter's" in the trash can much about punctuation and grammar. LOL!!
Thanks for the great laugh!!
hehe, I laughed so hard at that one, I just had to show my husband...so he could laugh too...thanks for the humour!
BY FAR >>>>> my favorite post read in a long time!!! You hade me laughing out loud. That is priceless...No elk hunters near sulfer!
Thank you for commenting!~Tracy