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Lawns Partially Liberated

The tarp is being peeled off the middle lawn! The grass looks green, lovely and artificial. Long time no see, pal.

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7 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous YAY!!!!!!!!

  • ... says:

    @... HOW DO THESE MAGIC TARPS WORK?

    Somebody please explain the science behind this. It’s made my little fine arts brain hurt for four years.

  • Duh says:

    @Duh It’s Alma’s fuckin’ fairy dust. That scepter definitely isn’t for show.

  • Hint Hint says:

    @Hint Hint Bwog, that would be a great opportunity to show your investigative journalism skills. Do an article about the tarps, and how they work, and why we are deprived of lawns for so long.

    1. admiral tarpbar says:

      @admiral tarpbar The tarps act like a greenhouse…

      1. ahhh says:

        @ahhh it’s a tarp!!

        1. lmao says:

          @lmao LOL. win

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