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Old 11-15-2009, 07:44 AM   #11
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I had forgotten about that - he'll feel the pain with each slice. Aren't guys such funny creatures?!?!?!
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Old 11-16-2009, 05:18 PM   #12
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Hanh mitakuyapi. Lessee - he says you have to cut up the Peter Peppers? Has he forgotten that Bobbitt woman? :rolf
And howcum it is that a man would want a woman to cut up the Peter Peppers & then (maybe) he eats mountain oysters..
These are the kinds of thoughts that run thru Indn grandma's minds, some days. (Indn humor is very earthy, should anyone not have noticed).

About my inability to grow peppers - the plants do OK. They make nice flowers. They just don't set fruit for me. any thoughts on that, anyone? I really like the non-hot varietys of peppers & would prefer to grow my own. They're just about the only thing I've ever tried that didn't grow well for me; & I really enjoy them.
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Old 11-17-2009, 08:14 AM   #13
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About my inability to grow peppers - the plants do OK. They make nice flowers. They just don't set fruit for me. any thoughts on that, anyone? I really like the non-hot varietys of peppers & would prefer to grow my own. They're just about the only thing I've ever tried that didn't grow well for me; & I really enjoy them.
Peppers appear to need warm nights in addition to warm days to set fruit well. My 97 year old mother (near Minot, ND) has fair success using raised beds in the sunniest location of her yard - see attached photos. Even where I now live in southern WV, pepper production, particularly with the hotter varieties, can be quite spotty.
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Old 11-19-2009, 11:53 PM   #14
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Men!!! You can grow them but he won't cut them up??? Too blasted funny. It's cold and winter weather is here... I couldn't wait to start a veggie porn thread, Veggie Porn... tomato porn... plant porn in general Show off your goods everyone!!!
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