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Re: So, ive got TPS or potato berries

Post  nancy on 7/15/2010, 7:06 pm

Icemaiden - i'm so glad you said it! it opened a whole new dialogue and like boffer said, we learned something new. i love it!! you are among friends here, don't censor yourself!!
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Re: So, ive got TPS or potato berries

Post  LaFee on 7/16/2010, 11:30 am

No worries, Icemaiden -- I speak fluent American English and British English -- I'll translate anytime you need!

(two countries separated by a common language, etc., etc.)

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Re: So, ive got TPS or potato berries

Post  Ha-v-v on 7/16/2010, 11:38 am

I've never played that game, but I've gotten a black and blue arm from playing Slug Bug! Smile

I still play punch buggy with my family !!!! But, I had to stop the punching...cause the boys got older and are like mountains now. When the one would get me.. I thought oh my gosh is he hitting his brothers like that? lololol He literally doesn't know his own strength. Our daughter will text us.. Punch Buggy!!! Sometimes if Im out and sitting in a parking lot, I will call home. I'm a kid at heart always.

I like learning things from all over :-D
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American English?

Post  ander217 on 7/16/2010, 3:17 pm

@LaFee wrote:No worries, Icemaiden -- I speak fluent American English and British English -- I'll translate anytime you need!

(two countries separated by a common language, etc., etc.)

Ah, but LaFee, does your fluent American English have a Southern drawl, New Yawker speed, Western twang, or Fargo "Yah"? My daughter finally had to buy a book for me called, _How to Speak Minnesotan_ so I could understand my son-in-law. (Where else in the world do they talk about Hot Dish?) He finally gave up trying to understand my Southeast Missourian - nobody's written that book yet.

So, Ice Maiden, don't feel bad at all, - we can't understand each other here half the time, either. But we all "get by with a little help from our friends".
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Re: So, ive got TPS or potato berries

Post  LaFee on 7/16/2010, 6:11 pm

Ander, since I lived all over the Eastern seaboard, it all depends on who I'm with and how tired I am....!!!

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You're so right.

Post  ander217 on 7/16/2010, 9:02 pm

You are so right, LaFee.

I don't speak French, but I think what I'm trying to say is, "Vive la difference!"
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Re: So, ive got TPS or potato berries

Post  Furbalsmom on 7/30/2011, 8:30 pm

@chocolatepop wrote:I'm thinking of harvesting them when their are ready and seeding them out for next year, just for fun and experiment, whatcha think?

I had to show the hubby and tell him to keep the kiddo away.



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Did you decide to plant your True Potato Seeds from last year?

I have some All Blue Potatoes and every plant has the little green berries on them. Should I try to let them ripen and plant them next spring?

Has anyone tried planting the berries that sometimes grow from the flowers of potatoes?
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