Re: How much do thickets cost i dont want to camp?
Originally Posted by Hannahrain
Generally a thicket is priced according to bramble quality and demand. A blackberry or raspberry thicket is likely to be less expensive than another type because those particular brambles are so easily found in alleys behind corner stores in residential areas of college towns. My suggestion is to figure out exactly what type of fruit you're hoping to bear and how cute you want your bunnies to be and then progress from there according to your budget.
Everyone in the cubicles around me is staring at me wondering why I'm laughing so damn hard.
Originally Posted by Lynn163
Other than the creepy baby this thread is the funniest thing I've read today!
I have to agree. Thank u all, this thread literally just made a shitty day a lot better.
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