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Thursday, March 19, 2015

It's Raining Coconuts Out There!



A  myth spread by coconut haters.





And one would think a famous cook would fight to end the horrible stigma of succulent nuts born amongst the fronds of tropical palms, full of juice and life giving nourishment.  But sometimes, you just feel like a nutter.  I guess this is why I've never once seen one growing, could it be, they are banned?

In this link, a pit bull mauls a coconut to death.  A terrible waste.





Here is a poetic salute to all of the things that kill us.  Remember, according to pit bull enthusiasts, you are far more likely to be konked on the head by a murderous coconut, than be killed by a pit bull.  In this link, they muse about the ways people meet their untimely demise, it makes them feel better.   This myth has been debunked long ago.  As for me,  I'll take a piece of coconut cream pie.  Thank you.

5 comments:

  1. The worst is when coconuts jump from balconies or attack a person a person or pet in their own coconut tree free backyard. Also the coconuts that break free from the tree to attack someone across the street. (or a pineapple, or an apple, remember, fruit on fruit aggression is not the same as human aggression. Also did you know that even though it is called a coconut it is not really a nut and do you know how many types of nuts there are that are mistaken for coconuts? And how you can you tell it is a coconut unless you have its registration papers?

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  2. Yes fruit aggression is a real problem here too, pears like to leap off trees and try to aim for people's assholes! PSL (pear specific law) has not worked and it's gonna be a painful autumn again! :(

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  3. BSL does work Cheryl. And we don't need bad language to prove that it does. We have statistics.

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  4. BSL does work Cheryl. And we don't need bad language to prove that it does. We have statistics.

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