Monday, December 04, 2006


If I saw a mango in a fir tree,
I'd start evaluating my state of mind.

But who knows?

Maybe squirrels like mangos.


Flower said...

Did you know that mangos in Mexico have a semi-poisonous skin that protects them from being eaten by animals. Workers where long gloves to retrieve them out of mango trees...not fir trees

jessi said...

They would have to wear gloves to retreive them out of fir trees, too. Think of the needles.

Question: How does one eat a semi-poisonous mango?