IT WORKED, I'M IMMUNE TO POISON OAK!!!

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Re: IT WORKED, I'M IMMUNE TO POISON OAK!!!

Post by gary c. » Sun Jan 26, 2020 4:31 pm

neurochip,
This time of year if you post it people will read it.


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Re: IT WORKED, I'M IMMUNE TO POISON OAK!!!

Post by Harlen » Sun Jan 26, 2020 6:12 pm

Interesting that this fun post has resurfaced. I just discovered a new run in our Santa Cruz Mtns., which was beautiful, but at one point it had me high-stepping through poison oak sprigs. My own p.o. history being on the positive end of the spectrum, I didn't much worry, just hoped that the dogs would get some, and convey to onto my surly wife. :littledevil:

Longri wrote:
If someone got an itchy rear due to intentionally eating poison oak I'd think it was funny.
I'll go out and eat a few leaves now- to see if I can finally induce pruritus ani, and make Longri's day!

*...... no luck-- no leaves.

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