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(AZ Central)   Gnomes stolen, made to play baseball   ( divider line
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1448 clicks; posted to Main » on 04 Aug 2001 at 1:31 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-08-04 01:41:28 AM  
Why couldn't they have been trolls?
2001-08-04 02:44:40 AM  
I didn't know they had Garden Trolls...
2001-08-04 03:31:17 AM  
Troll is what you call them behind their back. Gnome to their face.
2001-08-04 04:43:03 AM  
This should be labeled "scary"
2001-08-04 04:54:25 AM  
We need pictures!
2001-08-04 09:09:57 AM  
"I appreciated the flowers," said Rice, who put her surviving gnomes back outside. "But I wish they'd know that they hurt people when they steal. I am going to try and fix my mushroom, I loved that one."

I feel your pain, Ms. Rice. I love my mushroom too.
2001-08-04 10:57:33 AM  
Man, I hate gnomes. They give me the creeps.
2001-08-04 01:37:34 PM  
I hate gnomes they always stare at me and talk about me
when i'm out of earshot.
I thought trolls were gnomes who had "goatse_cx" as their homepage.
The Taliban behead gnomes if they are caught unveiled in public.
A gnome once stole my mushroom. He said he only did it for
2001-08-04 11:45:39 PM  
i heard of the GGLF a few years back... apparantly they stold hundreds of garden gnomes and "set them free" in a field somewhere... i'll try to find pics, but i doubt i'll be able to.
2001-08-04 11:47:48 PM  
found their website... here it be...
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