Mike and Sue, Part Two!

Based on the positive feedback received after posting my first “Mike and Sue”, I decided to put some effort into extending the series for at least a few more episodes.

In this installment, Mike explains (among other things) the value of letting a worm bin age before adding worms.
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Comments

  1. I love glue too!
    Hehehe.
    Amazingly geeky but clear.
    I learned to wait before adding worms …
    Vermicompost rocks!

    • Steve L.
    • December 29, 2011

    Too funny! The things that come out of your head Bentley. Thanks for the laugh. Great story/message too. Your gift is communication and humor.
    Nice job.

    • thuan
    • December 29, 2011

    I don’t know if anybody has seen those Subway sandwich commercial where they dub pre-teen voices on adult characters. It’s funny because it is so middle school innocent but you see adult faces! I like like you and I like like poo too! Your gift is worm poo to the world!

    • Rich Yarger
    • December 29, 2011

    This is the most original, most hilarious and most fun I have had in a while! Great stuff B! You should market this to schools! 😀

    • Mark
    • January 1, 2012

    As always another great post. You should keep Mike and Sue going!

    Thanks again.

    • Bentley
    • January 2, 2012

    Thanks everyone!
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    • Steve
    • January 2, 2012

    That’s pretty funny. I really think these would be good for kids interested in gardening and also FFA and 4-H classes. At least for the younger kids. Short and to the point, yet funny to keep them watching.

    • Ruth Ann (from PA)
    • January 2, 2012

    It was a great way to start the new year. Remember Mike – glue sticks!

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