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doodab
28th May 2014, 15:05
I got 2kg for £12 :D

original PM
28th May 2014, 15:18
you having fun popping them?

doodab
28th May 2014, 15:19
I have managed about 1/2 a kilo so far. I am expecting a superb morning event.

original PM
28th May 2014, 15:33
I have managed about 1/2 a kilo so far. I am expecting a superb morning event.

Think you mean movement??

:)

FiveTimes
28th May 2014, 15:56
You could try concentrated cherry juice from the health food shop. 30ml in 220ml water

norrahe
28th May 2014, 16:01
I have managed about 1/2 a kilo so far. I am expecting a superb morning event.

Red poo then. :eek

vetran
28th May 2014, 16:06
Red poo then. :eek

Red Poo in the Morning, for Doodab's Delight?

Uncle Albert
28th May 2014, 16:25
I got 2kg for £12 :D

Where did you find them? Sainsburys were selling what looked like about 15 cherries for £2 when I popped in on Tuesday.

doodab
28th May 2014, 16:27
You could try concentrated cherry juice from the health food shop. 30ml in 220ml water

I eat cherries because I like cherries. If I just wanted a massive shit I have a selection of prescription laxatives to choose from.

doodab
28th May 2014, 16:29
Where did you find them? Sainsburys were selling what looked like about 15 cherries for £2 when I popped in on Tuesday.

Yes all the major supermarkets are well overpriced. These were from my local Korean supermarket but I had a pound for £2.50 off a market stall in town the other week as well. These are better quality as well, lovely sweet juicy ones.

doodab
28th May 2014, 16:30
Red Poo in the Morning, for Doodab's Delight?

Red poo in the morning, sewage pipe warning. Red poo at night, Doodab's delight.

Uncle Albert
28th May 2014, 16:46
Yes all the major supermarkets are well overpriced. These were from my local Korean supermarket but I had a pound for £2.50 off a market stall in town the other week as well. These are better quality as well, lovely sweet juicy ones.

I may have to pop over to New Malden (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Malden#Korean_culture_and_presence_in_the_Roya l_Borough_of_Kingston_upon_Thames) then. I love cherries.

doodab
28th May 2014, 16:58
I may have to pop over to New Malden (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Malden#Korean_culture_and_presence_in_the_Roya l_Borough_of_Kingston_upon_Thames) then. I love cherries.

That's the place. Korea foods, just up past the B&Q off the A3. Fantastic shop. I got a big bag of frozen salt and pepper squid as well, that's another favourite of mine.

TykeMerc
28th May 2014, 17:01
Cherries, really nice fruit, fresh (chilled a bit) or cooked yum.

Old house had a lovely cherry tree, some dark variety, fruited like mad every year, used to give carrier bags away to anyone that wanted them :)

doodab
28th May 2014, 17:02
Cherries, really nice fruit, fresh (chilled a bit) or cooked yum.

Old house had a lovely cherry tree, some dark variety, fruited like mad every year, used to give carrier bags away to anyone that wanted them :)

We used to have a tree in one of the houses I grew up in. I think that might have started my addiction.

TykeMerc
28th May 2014, 17:13
We used to have a tree in one of the houses I grew up in. I think that might have started my addiction.

Seems likely. Having a tree for some years certainly sharpened mine.

Had a neighbour who made jams too, had a shelf full every year :)

norrahe
28th May 2014, 17:43
Seems likely. Having a tree for some years certainly sharpened mine.

Had a neighbour who made jams too, had a shelf full every year :)

I had two cherry trees at my house in blighty, I managed one cherry in 4 years, the birds got to them every year :frown

TykeMerc
28th May 2014, 17:56
I had two cherry trees at my house in blighty, I managed one cherry in 4 years, the birds got to them every year :frown

I've no idea why it fruited as much or why the fruit wasn't nabbed by the birdies humans certainly found them snaffleable (sp).
It wasn't an old tree, we planted bought it from some garden center, it grew for a year or so then it fruited like bonkers every year as it grew a bit taller.

Damned if I know where it was getting pollinated from either as I never noticed other trees around.