A Rose by any other name  

starlight_runner 39F
817 posts
7/19/2006 8:28 am

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8/26/2006 5:04 pm

A Rose by any other name

This week's special fruit is the raspberry. Some facts...

Raspberries are a member of the rose family (hence the prickly bushes) and they're made up of little bits called drupelets. Like cats, they're pretty good at keeping themselves clean (something to do with the little hairs) so you shouldn't wash raspberries excessively, as it'll damage the drupelets and you'll be eating something that's more akin to cold jam. But you might like that.

One final fact is about Raspberry Leaf Tea, made by infusing 1oz of dried leaves (available from all good health food stores) in a pint of boiling water. If you have a sore mouth or need to wash a wound or an ulcer, look no further. And the tea is very good for pregnant ladies who are trying to encourage babies to come out and say hello. Try some today.

Random I know but its hot and Teas meant to help u cool down.

im off to strip n cool down WEG

ooooooo n look what color cums out when i put color raspberry.This site is funny

HBowt2 58F

7/19/2006 3:37 pm

i love raspberry tea...raspberry jam.....anything to do with raspberries....i wonder why they are called raspberries..

TheCliticals 34F/F

7/20/2006 12:45 am

I drink it often but thank god no babies have popped out


alphuctup 40M

7/20/2006 2:50 am

Personally I'm a little wary of prickly bushes.

Glimmer_Man06 47M
3308 posts
7/21/2006 6:18 am

I agree with alphuctup and must add, I don't like my bush hairy, rather nice and trimmed.

Glad to see you are still around, whether or not some agree with your comments or not, I still enjoy your stuff.

They say a woman ages like fine wine...

...mine ages like milk!

teaser880 55M
14 posts
7/22/2006 7:05 am

the raspberries Ive come accross have always been velvety smooth and not very prickly !

ShunsCurdsLoved 47M
2 posts
7/22/2006 7:25 am

I know this does not have a lot to do with raspberries but green tea is equally as good

interested13563 53M
2557 posts
7/25/2006 5:07 pm

Rasberries are nice and so delightfully complex!

ZZ_Todd 59M

7/26/2006 7:38 am

Whipped Cream is nice, too. Oh! We're not talking about toppings for "peach pie" are we?

ChrisDL 47M

7/26/2006 12:45 pm

I had raspberry jam with raspberries from our garden on some scones the other day - they were lovely So I'll give the tea a try!

HotDev1l 44M
1265 posts
7/28/2006 2:28 am

Now that you've stripped and cooled down......can I warm you up a little

rm_marnisway 85F
5018 posts
7/29/2006 3:54 pm

..the tea is delightful...the berries are fun..
the whipcream is yummy and stripping down was needed..



Nothing is ever the same... when it comes to pleasures.

with a hint....the erotic senses will manifest into an abounding mess of flesh

the mind needs fulfillment of the body

if it feels good ...it is good

I've done it again...*S*

rm_Ingmar34 40M

8/1/2006 12:35 pm

That is very interesting, i never new that! Nature always intrigues me. I love the way things in nature look after themselves. Always fascinating. Nice Ass by the way!!!

TheCelt35 52M
489 posts
8/10/2006 2:46 pm

i prefer my juicy edibles to have no lil hairs

warmandsexy52 64M
13164 posts
8/26/2006 3:07 pm

Hmmmmmm! So this is coloured raspberry?

Someone is red-green colour blind, LOL

Raspberry is probably best done with #ff0099.

Yep, blogging can make you really nerdy if you do it for lomg enough. Once you start realising you can use HTML to tart things up a bit there's no turning back ....... and you've already started.

And of course the term to blow a raspberry comes from the cockney rhyming slang "raspberry tart" for "fart" ......

Coming from London I'm bound to tell you that, aren't I.

Interesting post ..... thanks for sharing.

warm xx

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