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Hey professor Oak,
why do you always ask someone if they are a boy ora girl?
Hey professor Oak, why do you always ask someone if they are a boy ora girl?
Her: I'm getting hints of oak and cocoa
Him: I'm getting hammered
Her: I'm getting hints of oak and cocoa Him: I'm getting hammered
Tree That Owns Itself
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The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base.
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Address: South Finley Street, Athens, GA 30605, United States
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4.3 kkk 6 Google reviews
otteroftheworid
My parents live in this town and the city legally can't tear the tree down to build or anything because the tree has its own legal rights and
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Tree That Owns Itself Directions Write a review The Tree That Owns Itself is a white oak tree, widely assumed to have legal ownership of itself and of all land within eight feet of its base. Wikipedia Address: South Finley Street, Athens, GA 30605, United States Reviews 4.3 kkk 6 Google reviews otteroftheworid My parents live in this town and the city legally can't tear the tree down to build or anything because the tree has its own legal rights and thay ran't An anvthinga alan it
Hey professor Oak,
why do you always ask someone if they are a boy ora girl?
wood wood
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Hey professor Oak, why do you always ask someone if they are a boy ora girl?
I pass by this ancient mailbox every day on my walks. The old rusty box is nailed to an oak that has to be 150 years old. After 6 years of passing it by I decided to open the box to see if anything was inside. After all, there isn't even a house nearby to which it could possibly serve anyway. Any home it serviced was long ago torn down I'm sure. I noticed an ancient letter inside as you can see in picture #2. I looked at the post mark date and it said July 7, 1903. Due to age and moisture the addressee on the envelope was not readable, so I opened up the envelope hoping to find some local history and a good story I could share with you. Here is what the letter inside said. "We at Carriage
Shield hate to be the bearer of bad news Mr
Mallard but the warranty on your buggy has expired. Please take a few minutes to sign up for our 2-horse plan and never worry about those expensive wheel and horseshoe repairs again."
I pass by this ancient mailbox every day on my walks. The old rusty box is nailed to an oak that has to be 150 years old. After 6 years of passing it by I decided to open the box to see if anything was inside. After all, there isn't even a house nearby to which it could possibly serve anyway. Any home it serviced was long ago torn down I'm sure. I noticed an ancient letter inside as you can see in picture #2. I looked at the post mark date and it said July 7, 1903. Due to age and moisture the addressee on the envelope was not readable, so I opened up the envelope hoping to find some local history and a good story I could share with you. Here is what the letter inside said. "We at Carriage Shield hate to be the bearer of bad news Mr Mallard but the warranty on your buggy has expired. Please take a few minutes to sign up for our 2-horse plan and never worry about those expensive wheel and horseshoe repairs again."
if had a dick i'd stack donuts on it
PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone
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Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3 donuts ahaha, Sam Houston
National Park 30.535993,
-95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006.
Gonk Gonk
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if had a dick i'd stack donuts on it PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone Yy, of Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3 donuts ahaha, Sam Houston National Park 30.535993, -95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006.
if i had a dick i'd stack donuts on it
PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone
Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3 donuts ahaha, Sam Houston
National Park 30.535993,
-95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006.
MauriceTheWorm
if i had a dick i'd stack donuts on it PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3 donuts ahaha, Sam Houston National Park 30.535993, -95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006. MauriceTheWorm
@notwokevro
if i had a dick i'd stack donuts on it
PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone
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Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3 donuts ahaha, Sam Houston
National Park 30.535993,
-95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006.
MauriceTheWorm
@notwokevro if i had a dick i'd stack donuts on it PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone 20.7K Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3 donuts ahaha, Sam Houston National Park 30.535993, -95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006. MauriceTheWorm
if i had a dick i'd stack donuts on it
PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone
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donuts ahaha, Sam Houston
National Park 30.535993,
-95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006.
Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3
if i had a dick i'd stack donuts on it PM 10 Dec 20 Twitter for iPhone ar donuts ahaha, Sam Houston National Park 30.535993, -95,645309. Buried 7.3 feet under the ground next to a great oak tree is Josef Kalic, a 34 year old man I killed in 2006. Yeah I get probally get 2 or 3
I pass by this ancient mailbox every day on my walks.
The old rusty box is nailed to an oak that has to be 150 years old. After 6 years of passing it by I decided to open the box to see if anything was inside. After all, there isn't even a house nearby to which it could possibly serve anyway. Any home it serviced was long ago torn down I'm sure. I noticed an ancient letter inside as you can see in picture #2. I looked at the post mark date and it said July 7, 1903. Due to age and moisture the addressee on the envelope was not readable, so I opened up the envelope hoping to find some local history and a good story I could share with you. Here is what the letter inside said. "We at Carriage
Shield hate to be the bearer of bad news Mr Mallard but the warranty on your buggy has expired. Please take a few minutes to sign up for our 2-horse plan and never worry about those expensive wheel and horseshoe repairs again." Gotcha didn't I!
I pass by this ancient mailbox every day on my walks. The old rusty box is nailed to an oak that has to be 150 years old. After 6 years of passing it by I decided to open the box to see if anything was inside. After all, there isn't even a house nearby to which it could possibly serve anyway. Any home it serviced was long ago torn down I'm sure. I noticed an ancient letter inside as you can see in picture #2. I looked at the post mark date and it said July 7, 1903. Due to age and moisture the addressee on the envelope was not readable, so I opened up the envelope hoping to find some local history and a good story I could share with you. Here is what the letter inside said. "We at Carriage Shield hate to be the bearer of bad news Mr Mallard but the warranty on your buggy has expired. Please take a few minutes to sign up for our 2-horse plan and never worry about those expensive wheel and horseshoe repairs again." Gotcha didn't I!