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July 24, 2008


Thats a Humdinger of a Binger Bird Brainiac Style Conundrum...
sort of...
A riddle in which a fanciful question is answered by a pun.
A paradoxical, insoluble, or difficult problem; a dilemma

The taste better because cherries grow better in climates that are rainier.

Rainier cherries taste better because they are tastier. Any other questions?

Also, they are plumper, sweeter, and more reproducibly awesome.

Also, if you get them at Pikes market in Seattle, and eat about 200 straight, you will get sick. It will still be worth it. You will do it again the next day and the next.

They really are good. I suspect PEDs.

if you get them at Pikes market in Seattle, and eat about 200 straight, you will get sick. It will still be worth it. You will do it again the next day and the next.

I have done this.

Hello Miss Jane!

UC- I'd be game.

Don't suspect, Pinko... just eat.

fish- do you prefer Pikes because you're a fish?

they taste better because they are prettier.

This reminds me. I'm trying to be a good boy and eat more fruit, so last night I rinsed a bunch of blueberries and put them in a bowl.

But then I put caramel sauce on top of them.

Then I thought about it for one second and put Cool Whip on them too.

(Thank gawd I went to the gym earlier.)

Dan Leo, I always thought that caramel sauce and Cool Whip counted as fruits. No?


ps: going to Pike's tomorrow - as planned - for cut flowers. No fish. I know the dope on the sale of tossed fish. Pun warning: bait and switch.

Funny, I read the title of this thread as an instruction: "produce question!" Was tempted to write a grammar that produced only questions.

Dan- save your caramel sauce and Cool Whip for a time of year when blueberries aren't so spectacular on their own. There's no need to gild the lily so to speak. However, I do believe UC is correct. Cool Whip and caramel sauce do fall into the produce category during months with an R.

Bill- what are you going to do with those fleurs? Are you going to paint them?

K- They are pretty in their own way, but to me, they look as if they haven't ripened fully.

Mandos- I wrote the darn title and even I was occasionally reading it as a command.

Produce Question :: Consume Answer
Rainier Cherries :: Instantaneous Pit

A composition - YES!

Why are yams better than sweet potato's?

I think you meant the opposite, mdhatter. Sweet potatoes rock yams regularly. They are sweeter, less starchy, have way more beta-cartone, and are most importantly monoecious. What's the story, morning glory?

Shorter UC: Yams are the pits.

Why is ferret tastier than yak? Some things are both knowable and unanswerable.

I read the title to this post as a demand, not a query.

So I didn't comment because I had no question to produce.

This comment has low production value.

But I can say that Rainier Cherries are, indeed, awesome. Also, non-staining, a major plus in my book.

If pitting them weren't such a pain, I'd make tarts.

Maybe they are like organic bananas...

I miss those bananas somedays. I don't think they miss AG though.

I guess cherries is the way the fruit bowl rolls now.

there is a hummingbird living in our backyard. I see it most days through the window of our bathroom. I call it 'Jennifer', since it reminds me of you, the original backyard bird blogger.

I honored, Kathleen! I'd love to be a hummingbird. I laughed when I read your comment because I have a cardinal I call Lance for the very same reasons you gave here.

"I honored"?

"I honored"?

If only there were a Pilgrim in these parts....

You are out of order, your honour.

RM, you read it wrong. I honored (dramatic pause) Kathleen!

It is Kathleen who has been honored.

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