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HAVE: castor beans and Leggs eggs

Posted by manure_queen md 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 4, 06 at 14:39

Have several different colors of castor beans as well as about a dozen LEGG's egg. for those of you that are too young to have seen these eggs, Legg's used to be packaged in 3" plastic eggs, I used these for Easter hunts when my 3 were of age. Will throw in an Easter basket as well. Plan to bring these to the swap. Mary


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RE: HAVE: castor beans and Leggs eggs

If you plant the Legg's eggs will you get a gorgeous, hot babe by the end of summer? If so, I'll take a dozen.

Larry


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RE: HAVE: castor beans and Leggs eggs

Hey, what about your 10th anniversary, Larry - got the 10 year itch?


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RE: HAVE: castor beans and Leggs eggs

Mary,
I'd love some castor bean seeds! I love how these look. You got any seedlings off any of those gorgeous pepper plants of yours? I love your big garden of purple leaves. And of course, any spare elephant ear bulbs I'd take off your hands. (LOL) I'm not greedy, am I?

The L'eggs eggs? I'm old enough to remember these, too, because they were too good to throw away, but never had a purpose once the nylons were out of them.

Thanks!
Christine


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RE: HAVE: castor beans and Leggs eggs

Of course they had a purpose Christine, you just didn't have chillun!! You fill them with candy and hide them, ok?


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RE: HAVE: castor beans and Leggs eggs

I used the eggs to make crocheted baby rattles. My youngest daughter is about to have her first baby and would like me to make her some rattles; I'd like to get the eggs.


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