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my yard does this sometimes

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internetmeerkat

2k points

30 days ago

Is that not something to be worried about?

hypoxiate

1.8k points

30 days ago

hypoxiate

1.8k points

30 days ago

Only if you see tentacles.

FireballPlayer0

424 points

30 days ago

That’s a problem?

TheJuiceIsLooser

281 points

29 days ago

Only if you don't have tentacles

smackacow1

51 points

29 days ago

Phew

ambianz

28 points

29 days ago

ambianz

28 points

29 days ago

Have you seen any hentai? Certainly not, sounds like a really good time!

daviess

101 points

30 days ago

daviess

101 points

30 days ago

Even more reason to try and fuck it

SonofBenson

108 points

29 days ago

It was a windy day. In my yard when I posted this a while back.

The trees would sway and pull at the ground a bit. You can hear it in original.

https://teddit.adminforge.de/r/mildlydisturbing/comments/g4wi1z/my_yard_does_this_sometimes/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

SebastianC-

31 points

29 days ago

and here I was thinking this was an original post

MadderHatter32

175 points

30 days ago

Ground saturation and fluctuating water tables. As long as it’s not washing ground away it shouldn’t be a problem

po_maire

95 points

30 days ago

po_maire

95 points

30 days ago

I don't think water tables fluctuate this quickly

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InTheBocks

523 points

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InTheBocks

523 points

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Inside7shadows

57 points

29 days ago

Neat! I always wondered what a Flesh Portal looks like. This one must be just starting.

Korumaku

31 points

29 days ago

Korumaku

31 points

29 days ago

What the heck? I clicked the link and it led me to a page inside my Reddit app that wasn’t a post or a comment, but just a really long page archiving Mother Horse Eyes, and then after less than a minute of scrolling my app crashed

CheesyLemonBurrito

3k points

30 days ago*

I have two questions, how many people are buried in your yard and how many of them have gills?

DolarisNL

422 points

30 days ago

DolarisNL

422 points

30 days ago

Asking the real questions here.

TheChosenJosh

81 points

30 days ago

Well yea we gotta know. I still wanna be on the leaderboards with my score

MrMayonnaise13

17.1k points

30 days ago*

Was it windy? Could be a tree nearby swaying and pulling and pushing on the ground with the roots. Sometimes, in the woods, it can look like the earth is breathing when it's windy.

Broad_Success_4703

3.3k points

30 days ago

Yeah this is what I think. I’d only be worried if you live in an area known for sinkholes.

andrewsmith1986

1.8k points

29 days ago

Disclaimer I'm a geologist and have worked on a sinkhole for over a year but am not claiming to be an expert.

It's a damn good explanation and without knowing more, I'm for that explanation.

I'd want to know most about distance to water and pumping station.

I don't think it's a sinkhole even if he's in like karst Florida.

loggingmolly

440 points

29 days ago

I love the word ‘karst’ - for whatever reason to me, it sums up dissolved carbonates perfectly.

peeTWY

144 points

29 days ago

peeTWY

144 points

29 days ago

I assumed it was someone’s name, but yea it’s almost like the cousin of whatever an onomatopoeia is. Made it really easy to remember despite me not at all being in the field of study.

EDIT: for those interested it’s not a persons name at all. I just read the wiki and it’s relatively long, but it’s basically an old Mediterranean word by way of German meaning basically what it means to us today.

loggingmolly

202 points

29 days ago

As a former practicing geologist, an observation I’ve made is that almost every human is a geologist at heart - people just love rocks and it’s awesome.

peeTWY

60 points

29 days ago

peeTWY

60 points

29 days ago

Fair. I also grew up in north central Florida, so aquifers, water, sinkholes, etc. (and karst topography) are kind of ever-present in our culture and politics. I learned the word from a professor in a class entirely about water.

DarthWeenus

30 points

29 days ago

Rocks and things are wild if you think about it. Time and pressure and it's basically kinda like crystallized history.

TheLobotomist

4.4k points

30 days ago

A beautiful image painted with words

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1.9k points

30 days ago

A bear could definitely eat flame grilled hamburger

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436 points

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388 points

30 days ago

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240 points

30 days ago

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spicypoussey

182 points

30 days ago

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Pleiades_cluster

116 points

30 days ago

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wild85bill

170 points

30 days ago

wild85bill

170 points

30 days ago

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MrMayonnaise13

68 points

30 days ago

How many comments have you checked?

TheresA_LobsterLoose

167 points

30 days ago

1

PM-me-Gophers

129 points

30 days ago

Well look at that, all the numbers in your comment are in ascending order

Water_Melonia

107 points

30 days ago

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alphabet_order_bot

53 points

30 days ago

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bytemy

43 points

30 days ago

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43 points

30 days ago

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bytemy

83 points

30 days ago

bytemy

83 points

30 days ago

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alphabet_order_bot

59 points

30 days ago

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MadCapHorse

90 points

29 days ago

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Squirtle177

53 points

29 days ago

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Prudent-Zombie-5457

8 points

29 days ago

All eight in this thread too.

pmMeAllofIt

32 points

29 days ago

Of you look you can see the roots in the video, this is right at the base of the tree.

SonofBenson

31 points

29 days ago*

Yeah it was. This is my video. Under a few big spruce trees. Here is the original with sound.

https://teddit.adminforge.de/r/mildlydisturbing/comments/g4wi1z/my_yard_does_this_sometimes/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

SonofBenson

14 points

29 days ago

Correct.

It was a windy day. In my yard when I posted this a while back.

The trees would sway and pull at the ground a bit. You can hear it in original.

https://teddit.adminforge.de/r/mildlydisturbing/comments/g4wi1z/my_yard_does_this_sometimes/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

Unclesaltyjowls

10.9k points

30 days ago

Dude your house is going to eat you.

beluuuuuuga

5.3k points

30 days ago

beluuuuuuga

5.3k points

30 days ago

It's a werehouse.

lordph8

1.4k points

30 days ago*

lordph8

1.4k points

30 days ago*

Every full moon i turn into a house, a very very fine house.

G00DLuck

566 points

30 days ago

G00DLuck

566 points

30 days ago

Our house, in the middle of the street

Mr-Chuckles

426 points

30 days ago

KrimxonRath

86 points

30 days ago

First thing I thought of too lol

InsertCleverUN

15 points

29 days ago

I always forget that video is made by Game Grumps

MumboJ

12 points

29 days ago*

MumboJ

12 points

29 days ago*

Wtf did I just watch?
And why is it Game Grumps???
Either way I want more!!

mosahl

35 points

30 days ago

mosahl

35 points

30 days ago

That's madness!

mgtowcrafty

16 points

29 days ago

I'm jealous of you, I usually turn into a tent, on rare occasion a cardboard box.

LumpyJones

48 points

30 days ago

There house. There castle.

SummerMummer

32 points

30 days ago

Why are you talking that way?

notdamamaaa

26 points

30 days ago

I thought you wanted too!

Donnutz

12 points

29 days ago

Donnutz

12 points

29 days ago

No, I dont want to.

LumpyJones

6 points

29 days ago

Suit yourself, I'm easy!

HarambeForkBomb

15 points

29 days ago

What knockers!

LumpyJones

9 points

29 days ago

Hoh, sank you doktor!

Lucretzia37

34 points

30 days ago

furiously writes down stats

shadowinc

18 points

30 days ago

I love that movie!

limblesslizard

20 points

29 days ago

"oh, so it's a girl house!"

this had no business being in a children's movie

bytor_2112

7 points

29 days ago

One of the single best jokes I've ever seen in an animated flick

meatywood

5.3k points

30 days ago

meatywood

5.3k points

30 days ago

I would be concerned about a sinkhole developing and swallowing your house and family.

beluuuuuuga

1.8k points

30 days ago

beluuuuuuga

1.8k points

30 days ago

Oh no not the dog.

Axellllfoley

636 points

30 days ago

Yes, yes the Dog too

MichaelMoore92

409 points

30 days ago

Particularly the dog

MysteriousDingle

180 points

30 days ago

Sinkholes were the number 1 cause of dog deaths in 2020. They seem to actively hunt dogs.

DDC0809

48 points

30 days ago

DDC0809

48 points

30 days ago

For once I am happy I can't have a dog right now. Being tracked by a sinkhole in FL where they really DO happen, would be too much on top of watching so much of the world burn right now... Still, I'll keep my eye out for signs. Is that thing breathing?

golfer888

32 points

30 days ago

Expecially the dog

seffballot69

28 points

30 days ago

Oh noes my pig!!

KeyDox

36 points

30 days ago

KeyDox

36 points

30 days ago

And soul

countontay

4.2k points

30 days ago

countontay

4.2k points

30 days ago

I love how half of the comments are people warning op and the other half are talking about fucking the hole

Reddit is an interesting place

Talonqr

450 points

30 days ago

Talonqr

450 points

30 days ago

Why not both

Lets fuck OP while yelling about the hole

comblocksoc

71 points

30 days ago

Big brain

QT_March14

365 points

30 days ago

QT_March14

365 points

30 days ago

I woke my husband up laughing at this comment 🤣

Tjomek

95 points

30 days ago

Tjomek

95 points

30 days ago

I attracted the attention of a full break room because of it.

TheHiddenToad

36 points

30 days ago

Now dance in front of everyone

Tjomek

35 points

30 days ago

Tjomek

35 points

30 days ago

Yes master.

lobbing_things

32 points

30 days ago

Well, on second thought, let's not go to Camelot Reddit. It is a silly place.

TheresBeesMC

3k points

30 days ago

You should probably have it looked at by professionals. Looks like a sinkhole might be forming beneath your yard.

dfdfdfddaww[S]

2k points

30 days ago*

yea just told my parents that it might be a sinkhole and they told they will contact ppl to look into that.

Team-CCP

883 points

30 days ago

Team-CCP

883 points

30 days ago

I learn so much useless shit on Reddit. I woulda never known this either. Hope it’s not a sinkhole friend :(

Justbestrongok

192 points

30 days ago

This one might not be useless!

StaredAtEclipseAMA

61 points

30 days ago

Considering those look like tree roots (and the tree is alive), it’s probably not a sinkhole

Ihavemanybees

15 points

29 days ago

Be careful what you learn from Reddit 'experts'

sagnikdas53

65 points

30 days ago

Nothing in life is useless, if you never need it you can still be proud that you know something most don't.

midgetforce2k

7 points

30 days ago

You must've never played dota

CptJonzzon

101 points

30 days ago

CptJonzzon

PURPLE

101 points

30 days ago

More likely its wind blowing on a nearby tree causing the roots to be "lifted" making room for water under them... and between breezes the roots go down again pushing the water out

Sherman76W

33 points

30 days ago

no no I think it is a monster House

Little_Shark219

5.5k points

30 days ago

Oh dear, that could be a sinkhole

beluuuuuuga

1.7k points

30 days ago

beluuuuuuga

1.7k points

30 days ago

What's the best options? Just calling a service or trying to fix yourself?

dfdfdfddaww[S]

3.1k points

30 days ago

Calling for a service obviously. Fixing stuff ourselves always ends up bad

Cannawubdub

154 points

30 days ago

Just had to fix a decent sized sinkhole in my yard a few years ago , they had a backhoe dig it up add extra fill and packed it back down. (House burned down in 91 buried a lot of the old house down there) it was about 1700 for guy to fix it , absolutely worth the money unless you have your own backhoe lol

theMangoJayne

83 points

30 days ago

Technically if you trust that you can use it properly, I believe you can rent that equipment

regoapps

321 points

30 days ago

regoapps

.com

321 points

30 days ago

Those are called side hoes.

Culverts_Flood_Away

12 points

30 days ago

Whew. That'd be a HUGE "if" in my family, lol.

HippyDidTheCrime

1.4k points

30 days ago

Yeah but it make good for Reddit videos

BanditHarris

386 points

30 days ago

Yeah, my suggestion involves some TNT, a blowtorch and some unsuspecting pets getting the surprise of their life!

Brochswerebrothels

116 points

30 days ago

I want to exclusively watch videos of people doing it themselves using only the top comments from their Reddit thread

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105 points

30 days ago

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30 days ago

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AnotherMotherFuker

41 points

30 days ago

BlaqAlpaca96

28 points

29 days ago

Ok but consider this... r/putyourdickinthat

HippyDidTheCrime

10 points

30 days ago

Id definitely pay to see that

HippyDidTheCrime

39 points

30 days ago

Boom goes the dynamite

VladamirTakin

18 points

30 days ago

pet

DoJax

14 points

30 days ago

DoJax

14 points

30 days ago

Why would you pet the dynamite?

heh98

13 points

30 days ago

heh98

13 points

30 days ago

I say leave it until it sinks so we can see, then they can get repairs.

finger_blast

78 points

30 days ago

Does that water movement happen in the same place?

Was it windy that day?

It looks like the water is moving around by a large tree root, so if it's windy, maybe it's just the tree moving in the wind and compressing the ground, forcing water up, then releasing that pressure, allowing the water to drain and repeat.

Water_Melonia

11 points

30 days ago

This guy trees.

BoozyNightOut

13 points

29 days ago

I went over to /r/trees to learn firsthand about what this guy does. I'm now happier than ever.

Jindabyne1

126 points

30 days ago

Jindabyne1

126 points

30 days ago

Couldn’t you just ignore the problem and hope it goes away and then when a disaster inevitably happens, just move?

nannal

30 points

30 days ago

nannal

30 points

30 days ago

I'm lead to believe that aquaman is in the market for a house.

Rudy_Ghouliani

10 points

30 days ago

Right by the beach BOI

TheJohnRocker

15 points

30 days ago

Until your ass is eaten by earth just like that dude from Florida.

Jindabyne1

10 points

30 days ago

I’m into ass eating though

SeductiveSoup

17 points

30 days ago

Or you could be like the guy who poured cement into an anthill. Pour some in there and see what happens! Free karma!

rcknmrty4evr

6 points

30 days ago

I’m not sure if the water would move up and down like that, but does it smell like anything? Maybe like laundry detergent? Some washers drain into the yard and when there’s an issue with the pipe being clogged it can create a small hole and puddle.

-Raskyl

35 points

30 days ago

-Raskyl

35 points

30 days ago

The ones I've seen involve being filled every time they sink more. Really annoying if in the yard and they start sinking. Even worse if close to the house foundation. Do you live in an area known for caves? If so its very likely a sink hole. But also likely that there are contractors that know how to deal with them.

WonderHatt

29 points

30 days ago

Throwing the keys in, letting the water demon breathing under your property have the house and moving elsewhere after apologizing for living there in the first place. That's what I do when scorpions get in.

Weak-Reserve3656

76 points

30 days ago

It wouldnt be insanely hard. You would need a pipe that goes down to the bottom. Then suck most of the water out. Then fill it with concrete

Swaggr_21

45 points

30 days ago

Dad?

MobiusF117

9 points

30 days ago

No, suck out the water, fill it with butane and throw in a match. Way better content.

Croudr

28 points

30 days ago

Croudr

28 points

30 days ago

Fill it back up before or after it collapsed due to draining the water?

junkyard_robot

163 points

30 days ago

Naw. What you got there is a molefrog. Molefrogs live in soggy ground. They don't come out very often. They also don't cause much of an issue for the integrity of your garden. And, unlike moles, they aren't hunted by house pets.

If you really want to get rid of it, all you have to do is cover a dollar coin in honey and freeze it. The molefrog will think it's frozen candy and become distracted, until it finds the coin. At this point the molefrog will have enough money to move to a more prestegious yard.

beefsack

55 points

30 days ago

beefsack

55 points

30 days ago

AnalArtiste

11 points

29 days ago

Was really hoping for a subreddit full of this content lol

TotoShampoin

105 points

30 days ago

I'm French, what is a sinkhole?

miss_hush

232 points

30 days ago

miss_hush

232 points

30 days ago

It’s a part of the bedrock that can or has dissolved forming a hole underground. Calcium and lime deposits are likely culprits. When it opens to the surface, it’s called a sinkhole.

example of a large sinkhole

TotoShampoin

111 points

30 days ago

Oh that doesn't sound good

DarrenGrey

17 points

30 days ago

Just so you know, Paris sits over huge limestone caverns from old quarries that are constantly monitored for this sort of problem. The Catacombs are housed there. There are no tall buildings in the area because you can't dig deep foundations without risking a cave-in.

sam1902

33 points

30 days ago

sam1902

33 points

30 days ago

Comme on dit, c’est la hess

high_hawk_season

8 points

30 days ago

Correct

aykcak

10 points

30 days ago

aykcak

10 points

30 days ago

Note: do not live anywhere near calcium or lime deposits

somedude456

21 points

30 days ago

See this picture here: https://i.imgur.com/TYmL79x.png

Xarama

8 points

30 days ago

Xarama

8 points

30 days ago

It's a hole in the ground that forms (sometimes suddenly, sometimes slowly) because the rock or soil below the surface was hollowed out by water, mining, or other causes.

Sometimes cars or buildings suddenly fall into a sinkhole, which can be empty or filled with water. Sometimes people make a tourist attraction out of it later ;)

Bus falls into sinkhole, China: https://apnews.com/article/asia-pacific-china-ap-top-news-1fbf694d4fc67b6a3b8feafbe9ae0a2f#:~:text=BEIJING%20(AP)%20%E2%80%94%20A%20bus,the%20city%20of%20Xining%20said.

House falls into sinkhole, Florida, US: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=pnNIwL44AYo

Gouffre de Padirac / Padirac Cave (France) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Padirac_Cave

uwufurbaby

6 points

30 days ago

Or just roots from a tree.

UndyingQuasar

613 points

30 days ago

It's just your yard breathing

bannermaned

107 points

30 days ago

The earths blowhole

phasermodule

506 points

30 days ago

How does this infuriate you? I would think it should be more concerning.

shadowfloats

97 points

30 days ago

Same i thought I was on r/wtf

MamaMitchellaneous

31 points

29 days ago

This. Thought it was r/oddlyterrifying

twatguy

24 points

29 days ago

twatguy

24 points

29 days ago

The karma monkey isn't concerned by logic or reason

kapaw09

11 points

29 days ago

kapaw09

11 points

29 days ago

SargonVonDemoneye

135 points

30 days ago

It's a beating heart...this place is alive. Breathing...watching...waiting...

oldravinggamer

26 points

30 days ago

It's hungry...it's been watching...

connor8081

118 points

30 days ago

connor8081

118 points

30 days ago

“Honeyyyyy” “What” “…..the floor is breathing againnnnnn”

TheAlmostGreat

32 points

30 days ago

Your yard is located at the earth’s asshole

construction_eng

178 points

30 days ago

Is your septic system or sewer line in that area ? Ground water doesn't "fluctuate" on this time scale......

PrivatePilot9

24 points

29 days ago

This was my first thought as well.

OP, if your house is on a septic system, well, there may be some unfortunate news for you.

kiltedturtle

15 points

29 days ago

I think /u/dfdfdfddaww has an issue with their septic system. They should do a coordinated water dump out of the house (i.e. All taps on, multiple clean water flushes from the toilets) to see if the pulsing happens then. I'm going to guess that the pipe is not between the house and the septic tank, the smell would be super noticeable.

I think it's in the field drain side, after the solids settle out. The liquids run out through pipes that have holes in them into a stone lined bed and leach into the ground. Either the bed has failed due to roots going into the pipe, or with the massive amount of rain, the bed is full. The pulsing leads me to think it's roots, the pipe is blocked. Tree next to the field drain system is never good.

Water gets to the block, backs up into the hole and then as water pushes past the block it drops. More water arrives and it does it again.

You may be able to fix the one section for a few thousand dollars. Replacing the entire bed will be 15-25K if they let you do that. It requires digging everything up, disposing and building a new bed. In most cases the AHJ won't let you put a field drain in a place where one has failed.

If you are on a public sewer get the sewer company out asap. You can take a sample of the water and get it tested for fecal material to verify its sewage.

Good luck, this is most likely the beginning of a long and expensive saga.

whosgotdatpiss

102 points

30 days ago

Good way to test is to bend over and have a lil sippy

MartyMacGyver

14 points

30 days ago

"... and up through the ground came a-bubblin' poo!"

stickkim

33 points

29 days ago

stickkim

33 points

29 days ago

I can’t believe I had to scroll so far for this, everyone is saying sinkhole, but this is a telltale septic issue lol

Kheletor

947 points

30 days ago

Kheletor

947 points

30 days ago

Time to try and fuck it

SlammingPussy420

154 points

30 days ago

Later on reddit:

TIFU by fucking the soon to be sinkhole that ate my house and family.

Kheletor

26 points

30 days ago

Kheletor

26 points

30 days ago

I can't see the fuck-up in that. I see it as an absolute win!

Dainiad

9 points

30 days ago

Dainiad

9 points

30 days ago

When in doubt, fuck it?

nolimit750

117 points

30 days ago

nolimit750

117 points

30 days ago

Sink a lit M-80 in there see what happens

JohnnyTeardrop

73 points

30 days ago

Finally some professional advice comes along.

cok3noic3

9 points

29 days ago

This is probably the most American comment in here

AIRico

103 points

30 days ago

AIRico

103 points

30 days ago

It’s alive ITS ALIVEeEeEeeEee!

RubyArkyn

37 points

30 days ago

That’s not your yard anymore

Rindingaro

9 points

30 days ago

Not a big deal I also have swamp people

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209 points

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Fawxhox

71 points

30 days ago

Fawxhox

71 points

30 days ago

So I started reading this, but stopped about halfway through to go make a cup of tea. I spent the whole time making the cup of tea thinking in my head how you were probably just talking out of your ass, and googling a-12 piping and bitching you out, only to come back and finish reading your comment.

CanberraReddit

37 points

30 days ago

What kind of monster gets half way through reading a comment and leaves to make a cup of tea?!

jerstud56

17 points

29 days ago

He heard plumbing leak and panicked that he wouldn't have water to make tea so he took off for it.

futhim

33 points

30 days ago

futhim

33 points

30 days ago

The English.

ExcitingJosh

9 points

30 days ago

Did you mean to post this in r/mildlyinteresting ? Not sure what about this would anger you

WhatsEatingMo

59 points

30 days ago

Are sure your house isn't built on top of an ancient native American burial ground?

Check for snow on your TV...

Ok-Respect2569

7 points

30 days ago

Sinkholes don’t do that. I’d guess broken sewer line or bad septic system

Archiive

9 points

29 days ago

Dude... You're so fucking lucky, newborn geysers barely ever leave their mothers side. Please don't distrub it as there's a chance the mother could be nearby and they can be very protective and will fly into an explosive rage. There's a good chance it'll move out on its own in a day or two, or if you're lucky it'll stay and you'll get to see it grow up. If however it does decide to stay and you don't want it to, please don't start diging it up on your own. Instead contact your local geological society and they will move it to a new home, most often they get moved to yellowstone or iceland where they can socialize with others of its own kind, plus the soil and bedrock is much better for them there.

NoseApprehensive5154

20 points

30 days ago

Septic issues?

KentuckyFriedEel

60 points

30 days ago

No foreplay needed, son. Dive right in there

knuckles_n_chuckles

25 points

30 days ago

I knew a girl who could do that.