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Lesson learned while living on the farm
While jumping from one round hay bale to another any miscalculation can leave you in dire straights.
Soft air gun pellets aren't soft.
There is no way to come home clean after swimming in the pond.
Sleds tied to the back of tractors have no breaks.
All City folk react to a 10 year old with a gun pretty much the same way ... By diving behind the propane tank. (Who knew City folk didn't know that propane tanks are not a good place to take cover?)
There is no easy way to catch a pig.
Llamas spit vomit.
While Mom is in the pasture throwing a temper tantrum don't ask "What's for dinner"?
You can not house break a Chicken.
If you lose your glasses in the pasture it could take years to find them.
Never - Ever score Dad after his horse bucks him off.
A 6 foot burning brush pile is not a good place to roast a weenie.
Mom won't cook any meat until it looks like it came from the Grocery store.
Camping in the backyard doesn't mean you will be in range of indoor plumbing.
Cows don't come home on their own ... you have to go get them.
Ticks don't know those are your privates.
Snowplows don't come down our roads ... That is why we have to own a tractor.
Throwing cowpies like a frisby makes Mom yell.
Just because something burns doesn't mean it should be burned in the wood burning stove.
Never try to scare raccoons out of the barn while blocking their only way out unless you can climb walls too.
Never catch a skunk in a live trap.
Crawdads don't make good captains of your toy boats.
If you leave your lead rope on the ground by dusk you could confuss it with a snake
Cows don't have good steering ... no matter how easy they are to ride.
Pond Mud will suck your boots right off your feet...
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