If you could be a tree, any tree, what kind would you be? and why?


#1161

Perhaps, may I suggest , you are torn between a "warming up " Tree and a "Cooling down " Tree? Climate change can be so confusing .
Which one ? I insist that you tell me .
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#1162

Should we proscribe Freddie? :thinking:

@discobot fortune


#1163

:crystal_ball: Cannot predict now


#1164

How about taking him literally: should we proscribe the word THUS? :thinking: :thinking:

@discobot fortune


#1165

:crystal_ball: Better not tell you now


#1166

Ooh, mighty coy today, aren’t we? :unamused:

Fine, you can keep using your fancy $5 words, Freddie… for now.


#1167

If they were $5, I’d expect some change…


#1168

I want to be a coniferous type of tree wherein squirrels love to play. Who need a ferret furniture when small animals and bird can freely play on this tree?


#1169

I really like ferret furniture, but it can get a little squirrelly at times.


#1170

There’s some type of really ancient tree that grows in brutal, freezing conditions atop a mountain. I forget what it’s called but I remember what it looks like, all gnarled and sun-bleached and growing seemingly impossibly out of rock.

I would like to be that tree. That way nobody can bug me.


#1171

A friend of mine try to set-up one in her backyard after seeing some American Red Squirrel and it leads to a mess since that squirrel invited more friends to play with him in the neighborhood. LOL.


#1172

You’re probably thinking of bristlecone pines.


#1173

That’s the one!!

What an amazing tree. Looks like it’s seen everything and is fed up with all of it.


#1174

A lot of trees will be intimidated with this one.


#1175

Its size and strength proscribe comparison. Now, where’s that $5?


#1176

Tell you what? That’ll be $5.


#1177

#1178

That $5 is to be paid in cash and not in a “wealth” of “knowledge.” Now, where’s my money?


#1179

You could always start a Go Fund Tree


#1180

@fredsmith is more akin to a sesquipedalian species perchance?
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Or that may be , “Register of Weeds”