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Originally Posted by ynwtf
All i know is i'm nursing an orchid back to life after it lost its leaves. Found it on clearance at Lowes. Clipped its bloom stem, roots, and cleaned the muck out of what was left. It's been on a cycle bath of distilled water for 12-24 hours and a 12-24 hour dry phase for a few days now. I've added a bag of black tea twice, to soak a bit with it. I may try to pot it tomorrow.

Wtf has happened to me?!
Originally Posted by John W Constantine
I would have used green tbh
WWHLD?

What would Hannibal Lecter do?
I would have used green tbh
All i know is i'm nursing an orchid back to life after it lost its leaves. Found it on clearance at Lowes. Clipped its bloom stem, roots, and cleaned the muck out of what was left. It's been on a cycle bath of distilled water for 12-24 hours and a 12-24 hour dry phase for a few days now. I've added a bag of black tea twice, to soak a bit with it. I may try to pot it tomorrow.

Wtf has happened to me?!
I'll be watching what I eat.
Who else will be watching movies instead of watching the super bowl?
Originally Posted by Act III
I'm reading all these first hand accounts of Brits watching Threads on TV and it was supposedly the most horrifying realistic movie they ever saw.
It's definitely up there for me.
Originally Posted by Act III
I'm reading all these first hand accounts of Brits watching Threads on TV and it was supposedly the most horrifying realistic movie they ever saw.
While I havenít seen it myself yet, by all accounts it has been heralded for being pretty realistic in its approach.
Keep in mind, also, the year it was released and how timely it was
I'm reading all these first hand accounts of Brits watching Threads on TV and it was supposedly the most horrifying realistic movie they ever saw.
Ehhh I have such good taste it's both a blessing and a curse.
TFW the most beautiful actress dies after 20 minutes and you can't look at her anymore for the rest of the movie.