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Asthma: Comments Di Comments Dor Dustin Rackley Boy look like he could drink peanutbutter. 16h Like Rely08.4K Nicole McFarlin Better luck necks time.e 3h Like Reply Javier Simmons Replied. 298 Replies sis Baldwin Why are all the comments so neckative Denzel Danzey If he hiccup to hard he'll swallow his 17h Like Reply12.5K whole head Leyla Guevara Replied 170 Replies 16h Like Reply 0 9.6K Glenda Hardy Replied 295 Replies Britney Johnson Wonder when his Necks court date Daulton Ryan Zane I'd rob too if it cost me 65$ to get rid of a sore throat.. 18h Like Reply 19h Like Reply 003.9K Glenda Hardy Replied , 36 Replies #0037 Mia Ortiz Replied 110 Replies Rachelle Mimi Aguilar Why tf does he look like one of the germs off that mucinecks commercial? 19h Like Reply Tasha BlackberryWatson 905 These jokes aren't funny this is NECKPHEW 15h Like Reply someone's brother, uncle,dad orNatasha Granneman Replied.1 011.4K Wil Johnson Tracy Williams Morrison Rep... 331 Rer I think i know him. He's from my neck Sheriff's Office of the woods 0014.2K Ebony Desiree The neck bone connected to the earG 18h Like Reply 39.3K Com Glenda Hardy Replied 176 Replies bone Comment e a comment.. e a comment... Why they roast this man to oblivion bruh? But for real tho. This man swallowed a lunch plate, AINT no way he don’t got asthma. If he cough it’s a level 30 hurricane. He can blow your house down. He blow soup and it splash everywhere. He got a whole tunnel and toll booth for a throat. His momma titties probably swollen like a bowling ball. He can never wear turtle necks. He get cold in the winter. His shirts cry when he put them on. How he suppose to wear a tie to a interview? That’s what’s wrong with the system. They set this man up to fail. He got fourth grade table graffiti on his neck bro. My MyPlayer don’t even got those tarts smh. He can eat for the both of us. If he eat your groceries you done For the month.
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 Dustin Rackley
 Boy look like he could drink
 peanutbutter.
 16h Like Rely08.4K
 Nicole McFarlin
 Better luck necks time.e
 3h Like Reply
 Javier Simmons Replied. 298 Replies sis Baldwin
 Why are all the comments so
 neckative
 Denzel Danzey
 If he hiccup to hard he'll swallow his 17h Like Reply12.5K
 whole head
 Leyla Guevara Replied 170 Replies
 16h Like Reply
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 Glenda Hardy Replied 295 Replies
 Britney Johnson
 Wonder when his Necks court date
 Daulton Ryan Zane
 I'd rob too if it cost me 65$ to get rid
 of a sore throat..
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 Like
 Reply
 003.9K
 Glenda Hardy Replied , 36 Replies
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 Mia Ortiz Replied 110 Replies
 Rachelle Mimi Aguilar
 Why tf does he look like one of the
 germs off that mucinecks commercial?
 19h Like Reply
 Tasha BlackberryWatson
 905
 These jokes aren't funny this is
 NECKPHEW
 15h Like Reply
 someone's brother, uncle,dad orNatasha Granneman Replied.1
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 Wil Johnson
 Tracy Williams Morrison Rep... 331 Rer I think i know him. He's from my neck
 Sheriff's Office
 of the woods
 0014.2K
 Ebony Desiree
 The neck bone connected to the earG
 18h Like Reply
 39.3K Com
 Glenda Hardy Replied 176 Replies
 bone
 Comment
 e a comment..
 e a comment...
Why they roast this man to oblivion bruh? But for real tho. This man swallowed a lunch plate, AINT no way he don’t got asthma. If he cough it’s a level 30 hurricane. He can blow your house down. He blow soup and it splash everywhere. He got a whole tunnel and toll booth for a throat. His momma titties probably swollen like a bowling ball. He can never wear turtle necks. He get cold in the winter. His shirts cry when he put them on. How he suppose to wear a tie to a interview? That’s what’s wrong with the system. They set this man up to fail. He got fourth grade table graffiti on his neck bro. My MyPlayer don’t even got those tarts smh. He can eat for the both of us. If he eat your groceries you done For the month.

Why they roast this man to oblivion bruh? But for real tho. This man swallowed a lunch plate, AINT no way he don’t got asthma. If he coug...

Asthma: a tale of trees and espionage okay story time: my professor (lovely man, married to our TA, 52", about as So studies trees. it was about three hours into our social sciences course, last lecture before exams, everyone was frazzled and exhausted, so he told us about his most exciting/in-depth research to date to cheer us up. (the few of us who actually showed up were like ok sir im sure its fascinating but in our minds we were totally like its trees what. is. exciting. about trees. You might be wondering the same thing-the acorns? the leaves? the roots? BUT NO. IMMA FUCKIN TELL YA.) ANYWAY we settle in, he had a few pictures loaded up from his field work (we were chuckling at this point.... 'hehehe field work' i giggled to my frend. its trees.) and began to tell his tale. it's long, imma warn you, but.... god. just read it theres an species of tree called the cucumber tree(Magnolia in our region there's only-280 that are registered by the government, yadda yadda yadda, my prof thought that was tragic (i know) but also strange, because when he was writing his thesis about local trees years ago, he kept coming across cucumber trees in really random places. we're talking like etc. IMPOSSIBLE because, according to tree very strictly protected by the govenment, and thus super legai to possess, transport, collect, buy or sell any part of a living or dead member of a listed species if it originates from sources. essentially, the govt takes control over g the trees and anyone who independently raises them is breaking the law (i kno) so he'd ask people "do you have a permit for these trees?" and they were like "uh no, it's just a tree someone sold me,i think it looks nice, are you gonna arrest me?" so he'd be like nah nah nah just tell me who sold it to you" eventually, months/years later, someone did, and turns out it was like this underground sort-of illegal tree dealing club (i know). so my prof went, got a bit of funding from the government, who were getting pissed at independent cucumber tree numbers, and THIS IS WHERE IT GETS INTO THE GOOD SHIT I STS he infitrates the tree trafficking organization. he buys a cucumber tree from an independent nursery, raises it for months, ensures he gets noticed by the traffickers, and then INFILTRATES it and convinces its leader to LET HIM JOIN he has to pay like a steep entrance fee, which he does (and it blows my mind that the government of my country paid money to illegal tree dealers), but then he is given full access to records and maps because they think he's one of them, not now this part blows my mind because the tree lords don't even have to try very hard to find cucumber trees because government agents MARK THE TREES AND DISTINCTLY TAG THEM SAYING THIS IS ENDANGERED DO NOT hangs out with the members so much that he figures out their hit spots". these are where the trees are relatively secluded and unguarded. (he writes all this shit and numbers down for BUT THATS NOT ENOUGH BECAUSE THE GOVT SAYS HES WASTING THEIR FUNDING IF HE DOESNT HAVE PROOF and they are willing to take LEGAL ACTION for misuse of funding (my prof doesn't have the money nore time nor power to take them to court, which would also blow his cover). so my prof literally STAKES OUT a copse of cucumber trees at a recognized wildlife reserve for. DAYS. he camps there, and watches the trees, is about to give up, he's going off an unreliable rumor from the traffickers that a harvester would be going there within the next week. finally, this guy comes and takes the cucumber tree seeds from the CLEARLY MARKED trees by the government, and my prof takes pictures (we are shown these pictures, most of us are speechless at this point). dozens of candid shots of a man my grandpa's age with a grocery store bag, garden shears, and a ladder, clipping away the illegal seeds and then going on his way so my prof has the proof, he's been undercover for months now at this point, he writes up his report, gives it to the government who is likeoh shit", helps them draft up a new LESS COMPLETELY FUCKING OBVious way of marking e wouldn't damage them further, etc.), and then never retuns to the tree traffickers. he'd given them a fake name, address, (so that way there was a full minute of stunned silence from us students at this point, during which he grew more and more nervous (again, he's a muffin) and all of us students are just like whoa. we asked him what happened to the remaining illegal cucumber trees & if he turned the tree dealers in to the government, and that is when he smiles a little bit and shows us the last few pictures. because here's the kicker... he never turned the smugglers in. he burned all the data he collected, defied the government pressuring him to turn them in, and the only reason he's not incarcerated is because his work is so prominent in certain circles now & universities love him, that there would be an uproar if he got arrested. he's like a fucking anti-hero and then he tells us (ill never forget, it's the most inspirational green-thumb thing in the world) "it may be illegal', but those who risk their liberty to-save the world- should never be reprimanded, no matter what we are all stunned. some of us are considering dendrology as a field we'd now be interested in pursuing. he clicks his slide one final time, before we leave our last lecture and, since he had an asthma attack (lil muffin) he didn't attend our exam, so and there, on the slides, the last picture? THERE HE IS. in his own backyard. with his equally lovely TA wife. both grinning GROWN. ILLEGAL. CUCUMBER TREE 72,767 Tree espionage
Asthma: a tale of trees and
 espionage
 okay story time:
 my professor (lovely man, married to our TA, 52", about as
 So
 studies trees. it was about three hours into our social
 sciences course, last lecture before exams, everyone was
 frazzled and exhausted, so he told us about his most
 exciting/in-depth research to date to cheer us up.
 (the few of us who actually showed up were like ok sir im
 sure its fascinating but in our minds we were totally like its
 trees what. is. exciting. about trees. You might be wondering
 the same thing-the acorns? the leaves? the roots? BUT NO.
 IMMA FUCKIN TELL YA.)
 ANYWAY we settle in, he had a few pictures loaded up from
 his field work (we were chuckling at this point.... 'hehehe field
 work' i giggled to my frend. its trees.) and began to tell his
 tale. it's long, imma warn you, but.... god. just read it
 theres an species of tree called the cucumber tree(Magnolia
 in our region there's only-280 that are registered by the
 government, yadda yadda yadda, my prof thought that was
 tragic (i know) but also strange, because when he was writing
 his thesis about local trees years ago, he kept coming across
 cucumber trees in really random places. we're talking like
 etc.
 IMPOSSIBLE because, according to tree
 very strictly protected by the govenment, and thus super
 legai to possess, transport, collect, buy or sell any part of a
 living or dead member of a listed species if it originates from
 sources. essentially, the govt takes control over g
 the trees and anyone who independently raises them is
 breaking the law (i kno)
 so he'd ask people "do you have a permit for these trees?"
 and they were like "uh no, it's just a tree someone sold me,i
 think it looks nice, are you gonna arrest me?" so he'd be like
 nah nah nah just tell me who sold it to you"
 eventually, months/years later, someone did, and turns out it
 was like this underground sort-of illegal tree dealing club
 (i know). so my prof went, got a bit of funding from the
 government, who were getting pissed at independent
 cucumber tree numbers, and THIS IS WHERE IT GETS INTO
 THE GOOD SHIT I STS
 he infitrates the tree trafficking organization. he buys a
 cucumber tree from an independent nursery, raises it for
 months, ensures he gets noticed by the traffickers, and then
 INFILTRATES it and convinces its leader to LET HIM JOIN
 he has to pay like a steep entrance fee, which he does (and it
 blows my mind that the government of my country paid
 money to illegal tree dealers), but then he is given full access
 to records and maps because they think he's one of them, not
 now this part blows my mind because the tree lords don't
 even have to try very hard to find cucumber trees because
 government agents MARK THE TREES AND DISTINCTLY
 TAG THEM SAYING THIS IS ENDANGERED DO NOT
 hangs out with the members so much that he figures out their
 hit spots". these are where the trees are relatively secluded
 and unguarded. (he writes all this shit and numbers down for
 BUT THATS NOT ENOUGH BECAUSE THE GOVT SAYS
 HES WASTING THEIR FUNDING IF HE DOESNT HAVE
 PROOF and they are willing to take LEGAL ACTION for
 misuse of funding (my prof doesn't have the money nore time
 nor power to take them to court, which would also blow his
 cover). so my prof literally STAKES OUT a copse of
 cucumber trees at a recognized wildlife reserve for. DAYS. he
 camps there, and watches the trees, is about to give up, he's
 going off an unreliable rumor from the traffickers that a
 harvester would be going there within the next week. finally,
 this guy comes and takes the cucumber tree seeds from the
 CLEARLY MARKED trees by the government, and my prof
 takes pictures (we are shown these pictures, most of us are
 speechless at this point). dozens of candid shots of a man my
 grandpa's age with a grocery store bag, garden shears, and a
 ladder, clipping away the illegal seeds and then going on his
 way
 so my prof has the proof, he's been undercover for months
 now at this point, he writes up his report, gives it to the
 government who is likeoh shit", helps them draft up a
 new LESS COMPLETELY FUCKING OBVious way of
 marking e
 wouldn't damage them further, etc.), and then never retuns to
 the tree traffickers. he'd given them a fake name, address,
 (so that way
 there was a full minute of stunned silence from us students
 at this point, during which he grew more and more nervous
 (again, he's a muffin) and all of us students are just like
 whoa. we asked him what happened to the remaining illegal
 cucumber trees & if he turned the tree dealers in to the
 government, and that is when he smiles a little bit and shows
 us the last few pictures. because here's the kicker... he never
 turned the smugglers in. he burned all the data he
 collected, defied the government pressuring him to turn them
 in, and the only reason he's not incarcerated is because his
 work is so prominent in certain circles now & universities love
 him, that there would be an uproar if he got arrested. he's like
 a fucking anti-hero and then he tells us (ill never forget, it's
 the most inspirational green-thumb thing in the world) "it may
 be illegal', but those who risk their liberty to-save the
 world- should never be reprimanded, no matter what
 we are all stunned. some of us are considering dendrology as
 a field we'd now be interested in pursuing. he clicks his slide
 one final time, before we leave our last lecture and, since he
 had an asthma attack (lil muffin) he didn't attend our exam, so
 and there, on the slides, the last picture? THERE HE IS. in his
 own backyard. with his equally lovely TA wife. both grinning
 GROWN. ILLEGAL. CUCUMBER
 TREE
 72,767
Tree espionage

Tree espionage