Feb. 10, 2009 at 12:49am
Something I Invented over the weekendIf you ever find yourself the owner of a giant bush it can be a bothersome thing. What do you do with it? For the most part it just sits there filling up valuable yard space which could be farmed in a victory garden. No sir there is only one thing to do with that worthless bush. Turn it into a massive bird habitat with my latest invention: THE BELLYBUTTON BUSH BIRDHOUSE!
step 1, cut a 19inch circle out of scrap lumber. Paint it a contrasting color to the said bush. cut a hole for bird passage and add a small stick for the bird to stand on when it isn't in flying mode.
step 2, mount disk in bush.
step 3. admire your handy work.
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by KevinFreitas on 2/10/2009 @ 6:58am
|Huh, that's a great idea! Have you had any takers yet?|
by Girl Who <3 JUNK on 2/10/2009 @ 9:31am
|This is so COOL!
I'm going to make one for a bush in my backyard.
Super great idea!
by Crenshaw Sepulveda on 2/10/2009 @ 11:09am
|I never know what to expect when I see the titles on some of RR's posts, great idea.|
by NineInchNachos on 2/10/2009 @ 1:04pm
Sadly no birds yet. Just bats and those damn bat-eating giant centipedes :(
by spoonfulofpeter on 2/10/2009 @ 4:43pm
|You, sir, are insane.|
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