Surprisingly often, covered in tree sap

This is where it started:

After a little more contemplation, he added:

An oak tree is considered an epitome of mightiness and dignity. It stands on its own terms, casting shade and acorns as nature intended.

It may be unfair of me to put it this way, but a maple tree is … a sap donor.

Maybe “donor” in the sense of “having a hole drilled into your trunk and then having your vital fluids removed.” Synonym: “taxpayer.” No wonder Washington is always telling us to get bent.

(Title source.)







3 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    7 November 2013 · 7:18 am

    Well, you can’t spell “sap donor” without the word “sap.”

    Or something like that.

  2. McGehee »

    7 November 2013 · 8:39 am

    Charles knows how I think.

  3. McGehee »

    7 November 2013 · 8:41 am

    …and as near as I can tell, pingbacks should be displaying — provided the linking site is set up to send them.

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