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Top Ten Ways to Deal with the 38,962,753 Autumn Leaves on Your Lawn
(submitted by Magus Noan)
Avoid high gas prices by converting your car to run on shredded leaves.
(No Dear I didn't, squeezette)
Start a late night Infomercial: Leaf Essence can be yours for just 3 payments of $29.95.
Volunteer your yard as a practice field for the U.S. Olympic Leaf Raking team.
(Oops I did it again.)
Invite Martha Stewart to hold a fall craft fair in your yard.
(Might not have enough....)
Put up a "Take One" sign. Someone will take them all.
Train 38,962753 ants to move them to your neighbors yard.
Do the same thing you do every year: Bake them into several fruitcakes as gifts for your least-liked relatives.
Prove to your neighbors that the number 38,962,753 is not prime by making 1,256,863 piles of 31 leaves each.
(former math Geek, Stephen H)
You know those envelopes you receive with "no postage required" from ads in the mail? Stuff 'em with leaves and return to sender.
Use 38,962,753 pieces of tape to put them back on the tree and avoid all the raking.
(whyBother, Felly Smeet)
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