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Ha, ha, good one Shirley! RR, you gotta keep up! Thanks, RR, Celeste, Shirley & Elfie! Glad to give you a chuckle!
SOOOOO wonderful, tex! Thanks so very much!!
Now this is very a PEELing.... Thanks for the idea Texasstar.
gigglesthats too cute!
Gee - & I've been fritzing around with my little zester - I definitely need to up-grade my kitchen gismos!!
Hee, hee, this ought to git er dun! Thanks, Warbler & Brie.
The best non-egg one yet, Tex. I love it!
Thanks Tex - I await with great anticipation :-D
Chenoa, you should read through the egg ones, they're even funnier! Thanks, GNT, Brie (I'll send you one), Smllpkg, Gracie, JC & Anitas! Gracie, I'm not in jail yet, so go ahead & try it.
Too funny. Must be a good mower, though. It almost looks like one long piece of rind.
I always wondered how they zested an orange! Thanks, Tex!
Yes, from now on I'll be mowing my oranges! You are a genius Tex!
P.S. I still haven't gotten over the lemon saga yet. It still cracks me up : )
LoL ! Well that's very....odd.Hey tex, I bet she could de-fuzz peaches too ! : )
Still laughing! :)))
I can't find a zester like that anywhere! I hope the machine doesn't turn out to be a lemon.
Good post texas
Do you know octomom? She's in charge of posting my images (I'm totally at her mercy) and this is her current selection. She's done me much worse than this in the past!
If you rode that little pink bike down to the bridge club, patsquire, they'd give you even STRANGER looks......well, just sayin'!!
If I say, "I mowed an orange." down at the bridge club I'll get some VERY strange looks! "Mmmmmm, these cupcakes are so tasty, Pat. What's that tangy flavor?"
From now on, we'll think of it as "mowing an orange", yes?
You're in rare form today, sevenstar. This one's great, too.Of all the phony or artificial media-driven word usages and misusages, "zesting" an orange is the rare exception, it's one of the best.