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#280405 - 06/27/07 10:11 PM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: Chris Tripp]
gil1
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The picture in my mind is funnier if you use the gel, so that's what I'm going to grief you about for the rest of your life!
It's also sometimes used to stop sweating, and the aroma attracts babes.
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#280408 - 06/27/07 10:14 PM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: gil1]
trealtree
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You gotta have the BomChickaBowwow to attract the Babes!! Bikini trout in your case gil.

Edited by J&JGUIDE (06/27/07 10:15 PM)
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#280415 - 06/27/07 10:21 PM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: trealtree]
gil1
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 Originally Posted By: J&JGUIDE
You gotta have the BomChickaBowwow to attract the Babes!! Bikini trout in your case gil.


You talkin' about one of them skimpy Euro bathing suits?
Man, I'd rather get poison ivy than have the thought of you in a banana hammock embedded in my brain.
So you go outdoors with that gel all lathered up and one of them sissy suits to attract babes and thwart poison ivy? Man, I was gonna ask you to go feeshin' sometime, but I can't have that crap in my boat! \:D
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#280420 - 06/27/07 10:34 PM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: gil1]
trealtree
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Euro bathing suits I thought they didnt use suits. Oh man I bet you dont even know what a bom chicka bowwow is. If you must know

http://youtube.com/watch?v=PwnsZOxjfRQ
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#280422 - 06/27/07 10:37 PM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: trealtree]
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Man we are way off topic...lol I think its time for bed.. \:\)
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#280446 - 06/27/07 11:06 PM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: trealtree]
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Now that's friggin' hilarious!

...back to poison ivy...
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#280553 - 06/28/07 06:37 AM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: gil1]
Wes Parrish
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About all my life I was little bothered by poison ivy.
I regularly pulled vines from trees in placing stands, and typically only washed my hands hours later. Commonly had some small breakouts, kind of like what BSK described along a scratch line.

Then about 3 years ago, I barely touched some, although I possibly inhaled some poison ivy "dust" from a large dead vine, and it nearly put me in the hospital. I pulled a dead vine off the side of a tree, and this "dust" filled the air, which I breathed a little of it before realizing. A couple days later my whole upper body was one big whelp, and one big itch. But I've had nothing but minor stuff since.

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#280588 - 06/28/07 07:12 AM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: Wes Parrish]
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Breathing the smoke of burning poison ivy can actually be deadly.
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#280643 - 06/28/07 07:52 AM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: BSK]
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I try to avoid it ."Leaves of three , let it be ." ;\)
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#280644 - 06/28/07 07:53 AM Re: Poison Ivy / Oak [Re: BSK]
trealtree
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When I was younger I was helping burn some poison ivy. I literally felt like I was going to die for about 2 weeks. I dont remmeber what the DR. gave me though I was only about 10. They said it was caused by the poison ivy smoke.
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