Sticks

big sticks and walking softly

 

I’m glad I’m not a stick

… because I don’t think sticks can drink chocolate milk.

 

note: if I was a pizza, I’d be a cannibal.

double note: How big does a stick have to be before it becomes a log?

 

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7 responses to “Sticks

  1. That question is too hard for my pea brain to handle!
    🙂

  2. LOL. That is true. What qualifies log potential? Very interesting.

  3. Thanks for the comments.

    Doraz: If you live in the sticks, does that mean people in cities live in the logs?

    Eric Richardville:
    -“I’m not a log … I’m just a stick with a glandular problem.”
    -“I’m a sticker not a logger!”
    -Stickrollers are just logrollers with small feet.
    -Captain’s Stick: Spock has died again. I’m sure he’ll be back. He does stuff like this all the time.

  4. 2 Week's Notice

    You’ve got me singing, Ren and Stimpy style.
    (“It’s log, it’s log! It’s big, it’s heavy it’s wood. it’s log, it’s log. It’s better than bad it’s good!”)
    -from the artist formerly known as Birdflew…

  5. Hmmm… maybe my blog deleting habits are Spock related.
    That’s a good question, like when does a box become a carton. When I fill out transport consignment notes at work I sometimes struggle with the item description. Some are borderline, is it a box or is it a carton…. Darn it gets so confusing

  6. This may help
    http://forums.about.com/n/pfx/forum.aspx?tsn=1&nav=messages&webtag=ab-forestry&tid=5609

    I have never seen a USB memory log. It would be a bit large to plug into your computer

  7. 2 Week’s Notice: I’m not sure if singing Ren and Stimpy songs is a good thing or a bad thing.
    I’m looking forward to your new blog’s content … or discontent. hee hee!

    Tony: you and Spock do have a lot in common … I think he had a poodle too! hee hee!
    Thanks for the link. I have learned something today.
    USB memory logs! hee hee!

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