Saturday, June 03, 2006

aging out

kiwi_250.jpgIt may interest to you to learn that kiwis, when they age (and it's not too hot), don't weep, the way a pear or an apple might.

They shrivel like an ancient dame once lovely. Their fur holds the rot intact.

I discovered this because I just found two, forgotten for some time, in a bowl that I had set aside.


Anonymous said...

Is it odd that I find that kiwi factoid so fascinating? Wait--don't answer that!

derek ;-)

suttonhoo said...

lol -- I'm relieved to hear that -- I was feeling a little freakish for posting it. ;)

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