Does anyone else do this..Am I weird?

yep, I also stick them guys back in the hole all the time and try not pound on the plug too hard when putting it back in! I to wondered if I was the only one that did it, glad to see I am not!

I some times cut one or two of them when digging the plug and I'll grab the cut pieces to feed them to my son's gecko leopard lizard. That's only when I hunting in my yard or my neighbors. Is that weird??
 

homefire

Well-Known Member
Worms Don't Drown!!!!!!!!!

I have a 39 gal fish tank.

One day I found a worm in the garden and decided to give the Convicts a treat.

I dropped it in the tank and they just look at it as it made it's way to the bottom.

Six months later , I decided to vacuum out the gravel in the tank to get out some yuk.

Guess who showed up?

Yep Mister / Misses Worm!

Twice it's original size and Happy a Pig in Poop!:eek:


How About That? :pcool:
 

kennyui

Active Member
This thread is to funny, and yes I cant get the ten minutes back in my life reading it all, but it is funny.........
Also no one seemed to mention that even if all the worms died in the world but one it would live on and produce since worms are of both sexes and dont need a partner to produce baby worms............I guess this post will keep going.........LIVE ON LITTLE WORMIES, LIVE ON..........
 

indeep

Active Member
AND I THOUGHT THAT I WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO THOGHT 'BOUT PUTTEN BACK IN THE HOLE!! IN DEC. I GOT ONE LAST CHANCE TO MD AND THE FROST WAS IN THE GROUND 3" DOWN AND I WAS SO SURPRIZZZZED TO SEE THAT THEY WERE ALL IN THE FROZEN PART. I WOULD HAVE THOUGHT FOR SURE THEY WOULD HAVE GONE DEEPER....WHAT'S UP WITH THAT!:doh:
 

Garlydog

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I believe that putting them back into the hole and burying them just buries them alive. They dig the holes they use underground, but they have to have somewhere to remove the dirt that they dig. Right?

I think they are better off on the surface, and let them dig themselves back into the ground. For what it's worth, that's my theory.
 
My three year old daughter said something pretty funny a couple of days ago.

It's been raining cats and dogs here in Ohio. The other night it rained 3" over night so the next morning the roads were covered in earth worms.

As I was bringing the kids to the babysitter I said, ah..all those worms, I feel bad running them over.

Julia says "daddy, don't feel bad, they can duck down."

Gotta love kids.
 
ok i may be wierd... but i am so happy that this thread is still alive and well... who wood-uh-thunk it that this lil thread would grow to such size...


:wavey:hey buster it lives
 

hunter945

Active Member
I ususally leave them out. Put them in the grass and find their own way. I think I have hardened the ground by the digging and they have a better chance replanting themselves.
 

Ric-san

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In my short md experience, finding a grub or worm in a hole seems to be good luck...so unless its a mole cricket, they get good treatment...

Rick
 
keeping secrets

Best thread ever! I just went through it in one sitting - couldn't get away from it.

Anyway, when I dig up a worm I tell it all my dirty secrets, a full confession, because, after all, I know my secrets are safe with a worm becasue a worm can never ever tell anyone. Then I place (him and her) back in to the hole, carefully fill it in and then I squash the heck out of it - just in case...
 
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