RE: fruity? (was RE: Amorph odoratus.)
- Subject: RE: fruity? (was RE: Amorph odoratus.)
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 21:02:19 -0500 (CDT)
Maybe fruity isn't the term. It's more like "fresh" as in carrots or apples.
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> Onderwerp: fruity? (was RE: Amorph odoratus.)
> i think the problem here is what is meant by fruity. do you
> mean fruity as in coconuts? peaches? or fruity as in durian?
> In a message dated Thu, 16 May 2002 4:58:08 PM Eastern
> Daylight Time, <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> >Yes, yes, I know it is now dunnii, but old habits die slow.
> >As far as it being fruity... it isnt just me.. my little boy
> (5 years old) came outside this morning and I said to him..
> "Adam, go and smell that 'flower'". (no I wasnt going to say
> to the 5 year old, go and smell the infloresence).
> >Upon smelling it, he said.."Ew daddy, why do you make me
> smell these disgusting plants". Now here is my point... if
> it smelled "fruity" we both wouldnt have reacted that way..
> >See... it wasnt just me :)!!!!!
> tsuh yang in nyc