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Disintegral: Cacti give the bestest spikey huggies for fluffies ever.

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Disintegral: @Disintegral: I'm assuming that's some kind of cactus, anyway.
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Aliaz: @Disintegral: I have a few in my garden. Idk what the fuck they are but they bleed white sap when you cut them and they also have leaves and beautiful pink flowers. A fence of these would actually be pretty good fluffy control as these things are really fucking hard to tip over and uproot

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Ferrotter: @Disintegral: @Aliaz: Probably Euphorbia milii, or the Christ's Crown of Thorns euphorbia. The sap is pretty toxic and irritating, so that foal is gonna suffer. If it's not exactly milii, it's definitely some sort of euphorbia.
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Aliaz: @Ferrotter: is it really irritating? I don't remember being irritated by it's sap considering I frequently tasted the stuff when I was a child. Must be natural immunity I guess
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Theotherguy121: I fucking love your art, man. Please, continue with baby abuse especially. Foal abuse is my jam.

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Satan_McHitlercocks: Ah the magic of euphorbia; even the friendly looking ones like poinsettia have that irrirating sap. Definitely not the miwkies they prefer.

Awesome stuff
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Poopiesketti: If there wasn't a risk of harming the plant, pitching foals at cactus could be quite fun.
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Carolina_Reaper: Brutal method of execution. I give you a hearty clap of the hands sir. Well done.
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Outcast: @Poopiesketti: Plant Lives Matter

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Waaaghlord: Have it been thrown or was it stupid enough to kill itself?

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Ferrotter: @Aliaz: Depends on the species and how it was grown. With spines like that, it probably doesn't need to have especially irritating sap, but fire stick euphorbias are painful on contact, and some of the fire sticks are toxic enough to leave scars where the sap hits you. Poinsettias on the other paw, maybe you'll get diarrhea if you actually eat them.

Others contain phorbol 12-myristate 13-acetate ester, which is a very interesting carcinogen. It won't actually give you cancer (so you were probably pretty safe as a child with young, healthy DNA). But if you already have cancer when you're exposed to the ester, those cancer cells are going to grow a whole lot faster for a while.
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Aliaz: @Ferrotter: I should really look up the stuff in my garden O_O

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WiredandGaming: @Aliaz: Euphorbia tirucalli, I think it is. They ooze latex that you can convert into gasoline, it's pretty awesome.

Turns out a lot of garden variety plants can be super dangerous.

Raspberries? Covered in little thorns.
Rose bushes...obvious, but also some of those things send out little 'suckers', just random little extra stems that lie around on the ground in prime no-shoes weather.
Tomatoes? Literally everything BUT the tomato is toxic.
Milkweed...obvious.

Some people are dealing with Giant Hogweed. That shit grows massive and every part of it has chemical compounds that make your skin SUPER sun-sensitive. You can blind yourself if it gets in your eyes. So glad we don't get it out here. Thank you, grazing cattle!
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GayNiggerFromOuterSpace: @WiredandGaming: foxglove makes beautiful flowers, but if you eat it it can give you a heart attack, unless you have certain other heart problems, because it makes some chemical that is or is converted into digitalis, which is a blood pressure drug (i think, i forget). wild parsnip is similar to hogweed. There's some other plant, I think its called moonseed, it makes a berry that looks like it should be edible, but it tastes like dying horribly.
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GayNiggerFromOuterSpace: Castor plants are/were fairly common garden plants, except they can be made into ricin, one of the most lethal natural toxins. People used to grow them for decoration, and they make a poison so horrendously deadly, spies used/might still use it to assassinate people

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IGotIdeas: @Aliaz: I found that the best to identify a plant is to shove up something's asshole and seeing what happens.
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