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    The best things to do on large areas of grass

    Frisbee!

    if there is a slope, roll down it!

    #2
    Kick those shoes off and run across it.
    is especially nice when it is really hot and humid outside but the humidity makes the grass sort of...damnit there has to be a better word than moist. But yeah, moist and cool. Issa ver nice. Feels good on the feet

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    • Jessica
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      yes it does!

    #3
    Laying down in the middle and smoke a J.

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      #4
      Have Sex

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        #5
        mow it!

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          #6
          all such good answers! i like doing all these things!
          even mowing, in a slightly less direct way

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            #7
            mowing is pleasant, as far as work-type tasks go. of course, this is assuming a riding mower. i have little experience with push mowers but generally they are a lot less pleasant to work with.

            it's hard for me to come up with a serious answer to this question, just because it's so broad. i feel like a majority of activities can be done on a large area of grass, and i don't know how i would rank a majority of activities. but i guess my favorite thing directly related to the grass is just to lie down in it and look at the sky.

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            • Jessica
              Jessica commented
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              i was hoping for a range of serious to less-than-serious. it was an intentionally open and broad question to see where the conversation would go. like chat thread mixed with a question thread. my favourite type of thread.

            • Youfreeme
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              I've always enjoyed mowing the grass, especially push mowers. There is something zen about it.

            #8
            I vividly remember rolling around on the grass while tripping on LSD. That was pretty wonderful

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              #9
              my best trip was at the beach. at least it ended up there, right at sunrise. that was also pretty wonderful.

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                #10
                There was a hill at my granddads's place that us grandkids would roll down. We always wound up itchy and slightly sick. But it was fun.

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                • Lynnbrown
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                  omg...you just MADE the clearest memory come to me...rolling down this hill where my great uncle grew this long kind of grass (like it was supposed to be like that) and there were mimosa trees down the hill too. When we were tired and itchy enough and we had picked about 10 ticks off of each of us, we'd lay up under the mimosa trees and get more ticks. 😁

                • Youfreeme
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                  My grandfather's neighbor had a lawn with a huge hill, and my sister and I decided we were going to roll down it one day (we didn't really know the neighbor) and the neighbor caught us and got very upset--he called my father over and scolded him for not supervising us better, and because he had just sprayed pesticides and fertilizer all over his lawn, which we had just rolled around in.

                #11
                Lawnmowers scare me. So do barbeques. I have watched every man I know who tried to l start a bbq almost light their face on fire. I hate lighting them myself, it really freaks me out. And I feel like lawnmowers are hazardous too. You could really injure yourself if you're not wearing shoes

                You could play cards, I like day drinking outside, listen to music, draw, oh tie dye!!! Slip n slide!!

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                • Lynnbrown
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                  I had to like this because everybody else I know thinks I'm basically "acting" because I'm scared of the lawnmower. I'm am though...and then I can never get that SOB to crank without about yanking my arm out of socket. I obtained (was given) a riding mower a couple of years ago, and I tried twice to do something on it - like GET IT TO CRANK AND MOVE. I was able to get it cranked and moved ONCE only because my son was telling me what to do. In fact, I was not unlike a developmentally disabled person as he had to tell me each step about 50 times. At the end - after I drove it a short distance to where it would never be moved by me again...the son said he would NEVER make that mistake again. 🤣🤣

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                  J Ruth Lynnbrown right?? haha. Loud noises. Moving blades. Projectiles. Fun stuff lmao

                • Lynnbrown
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                  Yes! Poeticdevices I find the lawnmower harrowing! dang it can cut important places off your foot! I KNOW a woman that her son had an ACCIDENT WITH A LAWN MOWER WHEN HE WAS 10 AND LOST PART OF HIS FOOT. (It was like his big toe and a bit of a part of that foot.) Knowing that does not encourage me...so I'm giving you the opportunity to get strong along with me. lol 🤣

                #12
                Originally posted by Poeticdevices View Post
                You could really injure yourself if you're not wearing shoes
                my mom always made me wear shoes to mow for that reason. i never really understood though; i'm pretty confident that my tennis shoes would do exactly nothing to stop a lawnmower blade.

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                • Jessica
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                  well yes this is my thinking

                • Lynnbrown
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                  I have gardening boots I put on when I go through even TRYING to crank that push mower. My house is on a 2 acre plot but there is nowhere close to that that needs mowing. The most wonderful use I've seen for my riding mower is when it is driven over and over the leaves and it basically vacuums up those DAMN leaves into the bag thing. Truly, watching that be done was thrilling to me.
                  Raking leaves is the pits.

                #13
                Throw a Baseball.
                Play Football

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                  #14
                  I never wear shoes when I mow, but I never wear shoes doing most things either.

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                    #15
                    Hold a world-famous music festival on it! Wait...that happened in 1969 and 1994 already.

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