Norwegian Farmer’s Son…January 14th

January 14th…“DID YOU EVER RECEIVE A BIRTHDAY PRESENT THAT REALLY MADE YOU LAUGH OUT LOUD?”

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ON THIS CALENDAR DAY, OF WHICH I WAS BORN,

AND TO DO ONE OF MANY GOOD DEEDS,

A GIFT TO YOU ALL, E’EN THOUGH THEY BE SMALL,

A PACK OF NORWEGIAN DONUT SEEDS!!!

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Where to grow?………Any sunny location, preferably next to a coffee shop.Norwegian Donut Seeds3

When to plant?……Any time of the year is good, but iced donuts grow best when planted in Winter.

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Planting instructions and care?……..Plant in several rows that are five feet apart and ten feet deep.

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For best results, use two Norwegians……one to do the actual digging and the other to clean the dirt from his teeth.  Should you prefer glazed donuts, sprinkle each donut blossom with one teaspoon of sugar.  Many Norwegians use manure on their donuts, however a touch of whipping cream creates a better flavor.

SPECIAL NOTICE OF WARNING!!!……It is feared that individuals associated with the International Donut Institute Of Tasmania Society (IDIOTS) may have mixed common breakfast cereal into our seed stock.  For your own protection, please compare your donut seeds with the illustration.  O = Donut Seed and O = Breakfast Cereal.

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Guarantee………If for any reason, you are not 100% satisfied, dig up the donut seeds and return this package UNOPENED to the American Donut Seed Society for refund.  This guarantee is VOID after purchase……heheheh :oP

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My very best friend and the kindest soul this side of Heaven, Mr. Jim Morris, gave me these Norwegian Donut Seeds (package of Cheerios with these cute instructions) on my birthday one Sunday at Battle Ground Baptist Church in Battle Ground, Washington.   I was reading the “instructions” and, at the same time, driving home after morning worship that day, and I tell ya, I laughed so hard I nearly went off the road with the family.  Thanks to dear hearts like his, it can be a lot of fun being a Norwegian Farmer’s Son!!! :o)

 

 

 

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