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Something's wrong with my peppers

2016-06-08 14:55:49.403781+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Teeheehee, via Shadow: Accidentally post in Reddit forum /r/woodworking rather than /r/gardening, hilarity ensues: Something's wrong with my peppers

[ related topics: Food Community Gardening Woodworking ]

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#Comment Re: Something's wrong with my peppers made: 2016-06-09 11:11:41.167393+00 by: DaveP

Oh geez. I rabbit-holed to the guy making a pepper grinder out of peppercorns and now it hurts from laughing.

#Comment Re: Something's wrong with my peppers made: 2016-06-10 11:19:21.550156+00 by: Dan Lyke

Giggle. I've been threatening to go down to Novato and harass Steve Ramsey, this guy sounds like he's close too, so I should find and meet him as well

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