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Your government issue BT37 helmet cover made of heavy duty, absorbent canvas is covered with a coating of sticky seeds. Attach it to the helmet and wear in a lukewarm shower before shipping out. Spray with water twice daily and the greens will sprout within 3 5 days. Covering the helmet with a clear
plastic bag will speed the process.
A full growth of chia, basil and grasses giving a superior camouflage should be achieved by the time you get to the front. The edible herbs will also spice up combat rations. Terminate misting for imminent service in arid regions.
I was surprised to find this oldie,
makes my Living Hat obsolete too [dentworth, Oct 30 2004]
[Dentworth]'s link of something [Jutta] found a while ago.
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Oct 30 2004]
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||I thought we had a chia hat once on the HB
||Suggest tobacco plants - much more attractive than the foil-pack Marlboros that seem the current standard issue.
||Oh look, Jonathan in firearms has his cut with two basil blooms on either side - and what with the ball next week, i just want to make an impression you know? So. Let's start with some fertilizer here on the top and try a little pruning on the sides.
||<Spaceballs quote> "I bet she gives great helmet."
||[2fries] links to [dentworth]' s link to [Jutta']s link to Flower Power , sheesh...