Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Limbs under Limbs

underarm evergreen
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No more messy roll-ons or sprays! Buy a box of Smell-less Spruce, Armpit Fir or Fragrant Yew, today.

Each half-inch tree cutout hangs by a thread from a tiny plastic clasp. Raise your arm, clamp one onto some hairs and smell like a Christmas tree, all year around.

FarmerJohn, Mar 30 2003

Pine nourishment tips (about halfway down) http://vancouverhik...erhiking2/id32.html
[FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]


       the cat would play with it <g>
po, Mar 30 2003

futurebird, Mar 30 2003

       This needs a sketch.   

       Could I get pits smelling of New Car?
friendlyfire, Mar 30 2003

       Can I add this to the next edition of “Case Studies in Marketing Disasters”?
pluterday, Mar 30 2003

       2fsoahm: This will have to suffice for your mind's eye.   

       ff: Or smelling of pit stops.   

       pd: After the neutral vote, we'll instead start promoting tiny fluffy dice on strings.
FarmerJohn, Mar 30 2003

       FJ: ignore me and I will sulk.
po, Mar 30 2003

       p: //the cat would play with it <g>// Sorry, I interpreted that as a statement of fact. That's good, yes? A catnip conifer?
FarmerJohn, Mar 30 2003

       (runs and hides)
Cedar Park, Mar 31 2003

       Did you ever eat a pine tree?
roby, Mar 31 2003

       Many parts are edible, Euell.
bristolz, Mar 31 2003

       roby: Not that I know of, but I linked a four course, survival, pine picnic.
FarmerJohn, Mar 31 2003


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