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Last Post by Monkeybun at 11/15/2010 4:46 PM (29 Replies)
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User is Offline Kax0r
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11/08/2010 3:46 PM

 k so theoretically what would happen if ur bunny ate a whole pot plant

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User is Offline Monkeybun
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11/08/2010 3:51 PM
marijuana is on the toxic list, so i suspect some nasty stuff could happen.

User is Offline Kokaneeandkahlua
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11/08/2010 3:55 PM
TOXIC toxic toxic-for dogs and cats too. Not ok at all. If you have any in your house it must be out of reach at all times, wouldn't even chance a nibble. And make sure any smoking happens outside-very bad for their lungs.
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User is Offline FluffyBunny
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11/08/2010 6:22 PM
It would probably be a very bad thing. I know that marijuana is on just about every toxic plant list, so if a bunny ate an entire plant, it would probably be a good idea to get them checked out ASAP.
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User is Offline MayaConsuelo
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11/08/2010 7:27 PM
One of my friend's cats ate a whole bag of weed once and was fine. There are a lot of different types of marijuana plants so who knows. Supposedly they eat the plants in the wild, and I've never heard of an animal dying from eating marijuana. Just keep an eye on him.

User is Offline Kafrn
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11/08/2010 7:31 PM
I am so confused. Did it eat one of those plastic plant pots, or a pot plant? A pot plant here (Australia) is any plant in a pot, what kind of plant was it? I think if it ate a plastic pot i would get it to the vet.
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User is Offline Monkeybun
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11/08/2010 7:40 PM
Posted By Kafrn on 11/08/2010 10:31 PM
I am so confused. Did it eat one of those plastic plant pots, or a pot plant? A pot plant here (Australia) is any plant in a pot, what kind of plant was it? I think if it ate a plastic pot i would get it to the vet.

 

A pot plant here is marijuana


User is Offline Kafrn
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11/08/2010 7:43 PM
Oh. What do you call a pot plant then?
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User is Offline MayaConsuelo
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11/08/2010 8:39 PM
Oh I'm sorry that this thread turned from a serious inquiry to comedy. In the U.S. you could say potted plants, but we usually say house plants. If you come here and ask for a pot plant 100% of people will assume you're talking about marijuana, that's too funny. And I currently have no house plants, er, "pot plants" because my cats murdered them all... so my bunny is safe.

User is Offline Kafrn
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11/08/2010 8:51 PM
Ohhhh. Well what do u call a plastic pot that you put plants in???
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User is Offline MayaConsuelo
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11/08/2010 9:07 PM
We still call the containers that plants go into "pots." But "pot plant" means marijuana. It's weird. English is a tough language because of the variances of slang, I've been an English tutor in the past (for native Spanish speakers) and at times it's really difficult to explain what's going on!

User is Offline Kafrn
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11/08/2010 9:12 PM
Now I'm with you. So the rabbit really did eat marijuana? I'd get him to a vet.
If I ever go to America I now know not to go go a nursery and ask for a nice bushy pot plant!
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User is Offline Heather&BabsyBooboo
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11/08/2010 9:51 PM

 Kafrn a pot plant is a potted plant here too lol

 

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User is Offline Kafrn
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11/09/2010 12:05 AM
Lol, what do u call the pots that the plant goes in in the uk?
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User is Offline Sarita
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11/09/2010 4:09 AM
I think some serious clarification is needed here - do you mean marijuana or do you mean another type of plant that is in a pot?

User is Offline bunnytowne
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11/09/2010 5:04 AM

I had volunteered for my son's class when he was in 3 or 4 grade. 

I stated that I had some pretty pot plants by the garage.      I called them pot plants but they were potted plants not marijuana. 

Oh did that cause a rucus.   Someone even came to my home to find my pot plants  lol.    I pointed to the hanging baskets that had english ivy.  

What you plant a plant in is called a pot.   Or a hanging basket. 

I mean it makes sense to say pot plant cuz it is a plant in a pot.    I suppose people in America got their mind on drugs  lol.

I am from Louisiana   and live in florida.    I  still call them pot plants I am not breaking any laws.  I hate marijuana anyway.   Wouldn't have it.

Thats just me though

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User is Offline kralspace
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11/09/2010 5:14 AM
oh heck, I'm so old and naive I saw the subject line and thought about when I used to threaten my pre-spay hormonal Pringles with the "pot" if she didn't quit nesting.
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User is Offline Heather&BabsyBooboo
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11/09/2010 5:27 AM
Pots too therefore a plant in a pot is a potplant!
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User is Offline Heather&BabsyBooboo
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11/09/2010 5:30 AM
It fascinates me the differences in supposedly the same language
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User is Offline Lintini
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11/09/2010 9:16 AM
We call a plant that is planted in a pot, a potted plant. I would assume when someone says a pot plant it's marijuana. Potted vs Pot. *shrug*
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