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Coconuts
potential :: Jo

The vast potential of coconut drinks comes not in the vessel, so much as the delivery system for the sweet blotting effect; they’re all about love.

    TAGS:  love, 1st Sentence, alcohol, coconuts, potential


robinson crusoe :: other keith

Although Keith was very proficient with most fruits and vegetables, he was surprised to be baffled by the coconut.

    TAGS:  coconuts, baffled


coconut karma :: pam

The shaman warns us that if one doesn’t learn one’s karmic lessons in this life, one runs the risk of returning as a lower life-form such as a coconut; what he fails to impress on us, among other things, are 1) how exactly we could be cognizant that we have been cruelly debased to the level of a tropical fruit, and 2) why being a coconut is an inherently bad thing at all.

    TAGS:  coconuts, karma, reincarnation


On a desert island I’d need crayons and a pad of paper, for sure.

    TAGS:  NoTags 2006, coconuts, desert islands


Sometimes life is more fun when you don’t read the instructions.

    TAGS:  coconuts, mayhem, cracking, mess


diet dreams :: 'mouse

Christine awoke from her dream of German chocolate cake and found a sole flake of coconut on her pillow.

    TAGS:  dreams, cake, chocolate, coconuts


tough (coco)nut :: boot

I’m sure recipes only call for fresh shredded coconut because the chefs, like me, enjoy whacking the living blazes out of an inanimate object.

    TAGS:  fruit, coconuts, whacking


The vast potential of coconut drinks comes not in the vessel, so much as the delivery system for the sweet blotting effect; they’re all about love.

    TAGS:  1st Sentence, coconuts, Jo


 

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