25 September 2008

Guess What Happened in the Night

We had a "get together" with some good friends tonight. People are piling up to sleep now in every nook and cranny of Lizbeth's house - but an hour ago we carried out a secret operative in another friend's yard. Look outside my dears - it might be YOURS.

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11 comments:

  1. Now I know you are certifiable!
    Forks in the yard, ouch! Face up even.

    You don't put them in the dishwasher face up do you? That bugs me when people put silverware face up :)
    Yes I'm a little nuts myself, it's probably why I like you so much, HA!

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  2. You my dear friend, are certifiably nuts!!! But I love you anyway! Thankfully I'm too far away for it to be my yard! LOL!

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  3. We "forked" someone's lawn a few months ago too. It's a GREAT alternative to T.P. - much easier to clean up!! http://floatingonwintercreek.blogspot.com/search?q=forked

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  4. HA HA HA HA HA! I can laugh because it is not my own yard... Of course you know who would be cleaning it up, the mastermind. He is a smart child.

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  5. ANother blog friend of mine was forked last year! We are still laughing about it!

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  6. never heard of this. hmmm, who could I do this to.

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  7. Is there some special significance of the fork? I have never heard of this before. Certaily did my fair share of tp'ing in my youth : )

    And stephanie, I put the tines up in the dishwasher! They get cleaner that way.

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  8. Man, you must be forkin' crazy!! :)

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  9. I am such a good guesser (as to whose yard it was.) Still laughing about J saying her Dad wouldn't mind because it would aerate the ground.

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  10. Too funny! That happened to my parents once... along with the time their yard was full of plastic pink flamingos (forks are MUCH more affordable!). LOL

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  11. Fun, fun, fun! Brings back such fond memories! Two other ideas for your next midnight madness: dum-dum lollipops! (a nice treat for the clean up crew) and BIRDSEED! the *victim* doesn't see the seed, but rather a lovely hoard of hungry birdies...

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