Irish Stink

Well, I deployed the Irish StinkSpring


and got rid of the old bars

Man, the yard stinks so bad now I don’t want to go in it…

10 Responses to “Irish Stink”

  1. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Sure it stinks, but it’ll be clean every time it rains…..

  2. Kate P says:

    “There’s something about Irish Spring–oh, yes, it makes me want to sing. . .”
    I hope the something is that it repels those silly deer!

  3. You know, you can accomplish the same effect with coyote pee.

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Coyote pee will keep me out of my backyard?

  5. jon spencer says:

    Use what Weyerhaeuser uses, powdered eggs.
    It is something about the sulphur content.
    The deer actually do not like the taste.
    Just shake it on the plants that you want to save.
    Cheap too.
    Halfway decent fertilizer too.
    As for the soap, after a few days all it is, is another smell that the deer get used to.

  6. Jon, point taken, but there’s just something about Mr. B and coyote pee that seems so, right.

  7. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Well, maybe Mr. B could start watering his plants in an, ummmmmm, personal manner. After chugging a six pack of cheap beer.
    It ain’t coyote pee, but it might work.

  8. Anybody ever see “Never Cry Wolf”? That’s a peeing primer for ya.

  9. greg newson says:

    Soap on a rope,used to be a great fathers day gift.

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