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birdseed

1. A very paltry or minuscule amount of money; the absolute minimum amount. Suzy's brother has a connection in the stadium, so we got these tickets for birdseed! I had a few jobs during college working for birdseed, but it was the only work I could get that fit in with my studies.
2. Nonsense or foolishness Oh, don't listen to what they have to say—it's all birdseed anyway.

birdseed

1. n. a small amount of money. (see also chicken feed.) Forty billion is birdseed to a government with a 600 billion dollar budget.
2. n. nonsense. (Based on BS.) I’ve heard enough birdseed here to last for a lifetime.
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And like I said, not all bird seed is created equal.
"He was in there for such a short time, someone wouldn't have had time to go in there and buy bird seed.
Make a few small holes in the bottom of your feeder to allow any rainwater to drain away and fill it with bird seed.
Farmers in ES agreements which already include extended over-winter stubbles (EF22) or wild bird seed mixture (EF2) can easily change their agreement to include an option for supplementary feeding (EF23/OF23).
This year's crop of catcall-inducing legislation includes one designating the Dungeness crab as Oregon's official state crustacean, a bill creating a certification program for pubs that serve an "honest pint" of beer, and a 10 percent tax on bird seed.
The TerraCycle Bird Feeder is made from a used two-liter soda bottle and comes pre-filled with bird seed. TerraCycle also promotes waste material collection, with donations sent to schools and nonprofit groups.
It can be as simple as a box with wild bird seed in it, on a tray set on an outdoor table.
If I can't scare cash from the ashen crew, this monkey wrench has scratch to back my business." Mullen swaggeringly exits with "I'm making bird seed to stick in a hen's craw.
Squirrel Proof Wild Bird Seed is a safe, environmentally friendly and effective way to prevent squirrels from eating from your bird feeder.
Bird seed that drops to the ground often a makes a mess, kills the grass and then grows into a odd jumble of plants.
True to administration's word, Tioga's operational budget has never been impacted by all this - quite an accomplishment when you consider just the basic monthly expenses: 550 lbs of bird seed, 100 lbs of dry dog food and a case of canned dog food, 40 lbs of cat food and 250 lbs of litter (not to mention plant food for 1,000+ plants).
The last thing I want to do on a float trip is eat bird seed. Call me old, call me weak--but please call me for dinner.
The Wildbird Shack is proud to be the Chicago Suburb's source of all things birding from bird houses to bird feeders to bird seed, from binoculars to guides and everything in between.