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Tapping of Cemetery Maples Leaves a Bad Taste

samzenpus posted more than 4 years ago | from the sweet-and-sorrow dept.

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Maple syrup producers are taking some heat over tapping trees in a few Massachusetts cemeteries. From the article: "In Lancaster’s Old Settlers and Eastwood cemeteries, the Lancaster Cub Scout Pack 9 tapped trees as part of a project after receiving permission. But Lancaster selectmen said they didn’t know cemetery trees would be tapped and they received several calls about it. Walsh said tapping trees along roads is normal, but in cemeteries it’s 'a little tacky.'" It should be noted that grave syrup is an important part of a balanced goth breakfast.

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3 comments

Reminds me of a movie... (1)

clone53421 (1310749) | more than 4 years ago | (#31514986)

So, if you pour this syrup on your pancakes, do dead people appear to you and give you answers to your exams?

Tastes funny on pancakes and waffles. (2, Funny)

NotBornYesterday (1093817) | more than 4 years ago | (#31516782)

But tastes great on brraaaaiiiinnnnsssss ........

Mmmm... (1)

Securityemo (1407943) | more than 4 years ago | (#31521030)

Processed corpse... *drool*
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