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I confess
#1
I stole cherries from the lady next door with my leaf skimming net. It reaches 20 feet and she wasn't home to let me pick them. Her dog would chase me if I went over so over the fence went the net and it came back with about 20-30 cherries. I was jonseying for cherries.

I am truly sorry. Notworthy
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#2
Cherry PICKER!!!
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#3
Good job! I bought a bag of cherries at the store yesterday without looking at the price first. $11.00 worth of stupid cherries later... Better to steal them.
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(07-02-2015, 01:02 PM)username Wrote: Good job! I bought a bag of cherries at the store yesterday without looking at the price first. $11.00 worth of stupid cherries later... Better to steal them.
That's highway robbery.
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(07-02-2015, 02:40 PM)Blindgreed1 Wrote:
(07-02-2015, 01:02 PM)username Wrote: Good job! I bought a bag of cherries at the store yesterday without looking at the price first. $11.00 worth of stupid cherries later... Better to steal them.
That's highway robbery.

Right? I think (it turns out) they were $5.99 lb. Suckers are heavy with those damn pits. I think they started a sale on them...today. Smiley_emoticons_slash
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#6
She has peaches and grapes all over the place. She never picks them so last year I asked if I could and she gave me the OK.
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(07-02-2015, 03:32 PM)Maggot Wrote: She has peaches and grapes all over the place. She never picks them so last year I asked if I could and she gave me the OK.
Peaches? Peach cobbler mmmhhhhmmmmm!
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(07-02-2015, 01:02 PM)username Wrote: Good job! I bought a bag of cherries at the store yesterday without looking at the price first. $11.00 worth of stupid cherries later... Better to steal them.

Cherries have always been expensive! Years ago, I picked up a small bag of cherries and when the cashier scanned 20 some dollars, I almost passed out in grocery line......I think they were $10 a lb or something.....
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#9
I know!! Cherries are 1.88 per lbs here now.
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#10
(07-02-2015, 05:13 PM)Maggot Wrote: I know!! Cherries are 1.88 per lbs here now.
Pretty sure they're $2.99/lb here now.
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#11
I'm still not telling my kids about my secret cherry stash. Nope, aint gonna do it.
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(07-02-2015, 05:24 PM)Maggot Wrote: I'm still not telling my kids about my secret cherry stash. Nope, aint gonna do it.

Yeah that would be a bad idea, they'll without a doubt fuck up your source.
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#13
Grapes? Yum. brings back memories of the grapevines my grandpa planted in our back yard. Suckers outlived HIM by about 40 years. Concord grapes. He passed before I was born, but I guess he made some damn fine batches of wine. He even made dandelion wine.
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#14
i made 6 small jars of jelly with the grapes this year.
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