"TUPPER LAKE - A fire destroyed a home at 15 East Rounds Ave. Saturday
morning after a compost pile spontaneously combusted."
On Wed, 26 Jun 2013 04:06:02 +0000, DerbyDad03 wrote:
Funny you mention peeing into the compost pile.
With all this talk about dripping hose nozzles, I decided to test
my theory of the four reasons women *think* miss the toilet ... so ...
I peed on the relocated compost pile for the past couple of days ...
(The wife, for some strange reason, is using my "old" compost pile
to grow stuff - so I have been relegated to the barren wastelands.)
Lo and behold, everywhere I peed on the new (much more barren) compost
pile, bees flocked.
It's strange, as there isn't a flower petal within 100 feet!
Yet - strangely - the bees are rooting about as if there is sweet
nectar hidden in them thar hills:
I wonder what bees like about wet organic compost?
On Wed, 26 Jun 2013 08:11:31 -0400, Kurt Ullman wrote:
Interesting. Very interesting. I hadn't thought of that.
Certainly, I provided supporting evidence for the garden-hose nozzle
theory (aka "why women errantly think men can't aim"), but I hadn't
thought about the sugars.
My original hypothesis was that they're attracted to the smell of
urea, which, I had blindly assumed, was similar to some flowers they
must really like as the one spot in a barren plot that has urine
attracts bees by the beehive!
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