We all walk on this beautiful grass field everyday. It is often something that many take for granted in today’s world.
For some it is the thing people keep off of to preserve its form. Others its just another pavement.
I went to ask people what they think of grass and here is what they had to say.
There is more to grass then that, here is… GRASS.
Grass is a plant that used to grow exclusively in Forrest and Grassland ecosystems. But in today’s world, they have migrated over to the lawns of people’s houses. These are domesticated grass and their favorite food is Scott’s Turf Builder and their favorite way to nourish themselves is by a lawn sprinkler.
However, domesticated grass cannot grow naturally because of their natural predator. The north american lawnmower. Grass can be found all other the world and where ever there is domesticated grass, there a lawnmower of various attributes. Because of this, grass is crippled and can never grow to their full potential.
While the lawnmower is not deadly, it is definitely crippling. But in the end, the lawnmower doesn’t act alone. The lawnmower acts out of a need to feed and the north american human is the one who uses grass as means to feed the lawnmower
This has gotten so bad to the point where the only place you can find grass growing happily is so very far from human civilization.
NEXT TIME ON GRASS, WE DISCOVER AND LEARN ABOUT THE NATURAL PREDATORS OF WILD GRASS
NEXT WEEK IF THIS PILOT GETS APPROVED BY THE HISTORY CHANNEL!
cuz’ no one cares!
Coming Up next on History.
We are all familiar with the anatomy of the Pikachu, a Pikachu is a short, chubby rodent Pokémon. It is covered in yellow fur with two horizontal brown stripes on its back.
But today is a landmark of our history as we dive into the recently discovered Giant Pikachu. The giant Pikachu lives in the row house of Mackenzie south, he eats Pop Tarts and watches JoJo’s Bizarre adventure. But will this young rodent find his way to.
The March of the Giant Pikachus
8pm on History.
(To put it straightforward, I plan on doing a documentary on Grass with a promo at the end.)