Haven’t but I could. Is this a “when did you stop beating your wife” question?
yes, I have eaten an entire watermelon in one sitting.
Probably not. I like cantaloupe in small doses.
I could murder a whole honeydew, though.
If if it is fresh and ripe, no problem.
Yes, I’ve done so, during a leisurely afternoon on the back porch.
This isn’t something I would do regularly, but the time I did it, it tasted great.
No, but I can “letterbox” several jaffa cakes when it suits me.
A friend who lives near London mailed me a box of Jaffa cakes when I told her that my local store stopped carrying them. They didn’t last 24 hours. Mmm… JaffaCakes.
If I liked them I probably could.
Not so much a cake, more a chocolate biscuit with a smashing orangey bit in the middle
Definitely. Many of those large fruits (cantaloupe, honey dew, pineapple) are like crack to me. I have to stop myself from eating the whole thing.
No not even when I was able to eat regular portions would I.
Usually not, but it would not be completely out of the question.
No, cantaloupe is one of the few things I don’t like. It looks so pretty, but it tastes kind of metallic to me.
If it’s a really good one—you know, a little soft and very sweet—yes, absolutely.
I could and probably have done it.
No… cantaloupe is for two.
@talljasperman – why? Because without two people you can’t elope?
It’s certainly doable, particularly if that’s all that’s available.
@elbanditoroso When I was growing up I always shared my cantaloupe with my grandfather.
I have and I will.
If I was starving and hadn’t eaten in 3 days and that’s all there was I would.
No, but I have a relevant joke:
What did Papa Melon say to his daughter when she threatened to marry her boyfriend?
“I’m sorry honeydew, but you cantaloupe.”
^^^ Booo!!!! :D
^^^ Oh, c’mon. That’s a great third-grade joke.
It’s what we call Rock melon here, I just checked out a few images on Google, I could eat half if it is sweet and juicy, not squishy though.
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