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Denise Fields
Denise Fields • 1 year ago

Put in blender: one can of cheap beer or 1 1/2 cups buttermilk, a few handfuls of moss, one teaspoon of sugar. Paint on wall and mist daily until it grows. WHAAAATT?

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