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Fruit 'n' Nut Dispensers

Robert Browning would be proud to don a pair of these.
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Whilst walking the rustic country farm trail with your Fruit Salad Blunderbuss® slung over the shoulder.

Why not have a little following.

Don these large knee high camouflaged eccentric boots. With their large cavities filled with an assortment of seeds, nuts and dried fruits concealed within the shins and backs.

As you stroll the country path you squeeze the trigger device held within the hand once, releasing a trail of seeds that slip through the left heel of the left boot.

A following of hens pursue your trail of seeds.

You follow the country path and squeeze the trigger twice releasing a trail of assorted nuts through the right heel of the boot now you have the curiosity of the squirrels following and munching through the seeds and nuts. By squeezing the the trigger three times, the boot "whirrrrs" and releases a mix of dried fruits, a badger stirs and sniffs the air to join your band of country ferals.

With Fruit Salad Blunderbuss® in one hand and map in the other, you can walk and make your trail at ease without having to scatter your feed by hand.

Now what do Owls eat?

skinflaps, Oct 13 2004

Other fruit and nut dispensers... http://www.freefoto...se.jsp?id=1087-32-0
[RayfordSteele, Oct 13 2004]

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       what do owls eat? owls eat mice, rats, moles, squirrels, rabbits, spiders, beetles...
po, Oct 13 2004
  

       Better feed them first then.
skinflaps, Oct 14 2004
  

       The badger would be the untimely end of all the other woodland folk.
harderthanjesus, Oct 14 2004
  
      
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