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Peaches and Nectarines

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Nonnie, Jul 1, 2009.


  1. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Why oh why are these things so hard to eat?

    I find myself putting on a certain, old and bleached stained t-shirt, just to eat a bit of fruit.

    I had two for my breakfast, i was doing so well, but on the second to last bite it spurted and i now have a huge wet patch on my top, which no amount of washing will remove.
     
  2. suzy93074

    suzy93074 PetForums VIP

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    haha! yep I always have that problem too! and with plumbs! they are lovely though lol :):)
     
  3. Badger's Mum

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    I'm the same:D
     
  4. shortbackandsides

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    I tend to use a knife and cut bits off!,no mess for me;)
     
  5. Bobbie

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    oh yes I use a knife and cut them into small bits yummy arn't they
     
  6. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Even the really ripe, squishy ones? I find they just go mushy, then my hands get covered in juice :(

    Maybe i'll start eating them in the bath.
     
  7. suzy93074

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    :D:D Or get a bib!!:idea::D
     
  8. Nonnie

    Nonnie PetForums VIP

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    Now you mention it, i often use a tea towel like one :)
     
  9. rona

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    Or a plate held under your chin :D
     
  10. JANICE199

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    Now for the easy way to eat them,cut them in half 1st. pmsl;):D:D:D
     
  11. suzy93074

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    hehe! must admit I often use a tea towel too when im eating my diiner on my lap :blushing::D
     
  12. bichonsrus

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    Funnily enough i bought some peaches yesterday and didnt get a drop on me..........the big secret.............eat them when first bought from shop, not when they getting too ripe, ok it probably wasnt quite as tasty as a soggy one but it was nice not to get it all down me lol.
     
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