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    07-02-2010, 06:03 PM
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There's a hole at bottom of my carrot sack...

...anyone else noticed that your carrots decrease without a valid reason?

I've been attacked by the carrot bandit every now and then but he usually takes just an one carrot and you can see "the afterward total" of your carrots in a message the bandit gives when robbing you. I've also usually got a private messages if I've been robbed by someone else but the carrot bandit.

I became robbed by the bandit earlier today and my carrot number after that was 1198 carrots... now I became robbed again and I had only 1195 carrots after that (the bandit took only 1 carrot...). So there's something horribly wrong with my mathematics skills or then there's a hole at the bottom of my carrot sack.

So WHERE ARE MY CARROTS!?!! I was about to baking a carrot cake and share it with you all, but if I lose carrots that fast I'm afraid you have to settle for plain hard rye bread or crackers without any sides.
     
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    07-02-2010, 06:08 PM
  #2
Green Broke
We really need to do something about that carrot bandit. He's been at large much too long. Where hath all our brave mods and members gone?

And this happened to me as well... Suddenly, three or four carrots gone without explanation. Do we have carrot NINJIAS now?
     
    07-03-2010, 08:09 AM
  #3
Foal
I thought I'd had way more than 5 a month or so ago. :(

I was going to do something with those carrots. Maybe make a salad.
     

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