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post Sat, 19 Apr 2008 12:40 pm
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Famous Arches From Around the World....


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post Wed, 23 Apr 2008 5:49 pm
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ps very long never show the artistry of goldrush liao tongue.gif
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post Thu, 19 Jun 2008 4:20 pm
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Why die die must win Pedra Branca


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Wonder who was the wise guy that named it SWINE FLU initially. mad.gif


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now it has been renamed INFLUENZA- A(H1N1)
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post Thu, 21 Jan 2010 6:51 pm
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Mother Nature must be playing a prank on mankind
(and womankind as well) when such extraordinary vegetables appear.

These are actual peppers from a garden. They are called 'Peter Peppers'...

When I first saw its picture, I thought itís just another photoshopped hoax, but digging deeper, I was surprised to discover that itís a real plant, usually called the Peter Pepper, scientific name capsicum annuum var. annuum ĎPeterí.

Itís native to Louisiana and Texas.

Itís been called many other names, including Chilli Willy and Penis Chilli; and has been judged ďMost Pornographic PepperĒ by Organic Gardening Magazine...

Not surprising, since it looks like so.
Apparently it has always been grown more as an ornamental thing, rather than to be eaten, although itís perfectly edible.

By the way, a farmer who specializes in growing them says they can grow up to 18" long!
Guys, sort of brings a tear to your eyes, doesn't it?



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