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Grass growing in my toilet..

Posted by mshaffer 6b-7a Wash. DC (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 6, 05 at 19:14

I walked into my basement bathroom (don't use it much) and found grass growing in the base of my toilet. Maybe I should try bamboo.


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My Viridis grove is growing right on top of our septic field so we always check for wayward rhizomes before...um, sitting down on the Johnny...those rhizome tips can be quite nasty...


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  • Posted by kudzu9 Zone 8b, WA (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 6, 05 at 21:40

mshaffer-
Are you sure it wasn't bamboo?


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I doubt it, my chinchilla is in the bathroom so some of his seed probably bounced into it. I could put some moso seeds there and see if they grow though.


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I noticed that all the grass is dead except for above my grandmas septic tank.
Time for a grove!


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Any taller, and it would reach up enough to give you a surprise tickle!


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Looks and sounds to me, like an idea for a self-watering, self-fertilizing invention, just screaming for a patent.

Kt


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  • Posted by HwLee South NY (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 8, 05 at 12:27

Let it grow bigger and you don't need toilet tissue.


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Hmmmm, a toilet that grows it's own tissue. Patent pending...

Kt


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I wouldn't call it a soft toilet tissue, though. And is tough enough to avoid "break through's"?


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I thought about the self watering toilet idea before too. It would at the very least be a great conversation piece.


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