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The Four Leaf Clover Kit (Mega Mini Kits) Book Supplement – March 18, 2003
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First I must preface this review with saying that, while I am not the king of impulse buying, I do likely rank somewhere high up in its royalty. I am almost certain that I am single-handedly responsible for ensuring that my supermarket stays fully stocked with those horrible little manuals in the checkout line about palm-reading, shiatsu, feeding my diabetic loved ones and how to give the neighborhood cat Mrs. Teeples an emergency tracheotomy and rescue breathing if she suddenly chokes on her kibble. It runs in my family -- I have relatives with stockpiles of these things. I can't help it. It's congenital, like heart problems or certain social diseases.
In any case, the "Four-Leaf Clover Kit" (herein known as the "FLCK", partly out of shorthand convenience and partly because it's one letter away from what they did to me when they took my seven bucks at the register) was yet another one of these impulse buys, this time at a local chain bookstore. When I first bought the kit, I was absolutely delighted -- the prospect of being able to grow my own four leaf clovers! A box of my own luck! And, oh, what a cute little box it was. I spent the entire drive home cooking up a fantasy about how positively fashionable and chic I would be with a bundle of four-leaf clovers growing on my coffee table.Read more ›
So the chances of a four-leaf clover in the THE FOUR-LEAF CLOVER KIT are the same as finding a four-leaf clover in the mass of weeds available in any front or back yard.
The name on the kit is just a flat out lie and I was very disappointed.
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I bought this kit for my young son because he is fascinated by four leaf clovers. We followed instructions but never saw a four leaf clover and the clover died not long after... Read morePublished 7 months ago by lisa steffens
Let your luck grow, and flourish! I'll write again when this blooms.
Kind of takes the magical feeling out of finding a four leaf clover. Read more
Not something that holds a child's interest and it doesn't recover from a lack of water.Published 15 months ago by EDWARD ODANIEL
these grew really fast but when I replanted them they died because that what the instruction said to do and they diedPublished on October 14, 2013 by james w blake