Fall is Here: Grapes and Cats

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5 Comments to “Fall is Here: Grapes and Cats”

  1. Clearly this is in-your-face provocation designed to taunt me. However, since I’m in my Japanese phase, which draws little comment because male readers feel tremendous guilt when gazing at those gorgeous outdoor women, I will let it pass.

    I also don’t like grapes, only eating a very limited number of fruit types – lady finger bananas, traditional passion fruit and lichii.

    I make a fab hot spicy pumpkin soup and serve it with hot homemade bread – very true. (That was a pumpkin, JR?)

    I also like the autumn colours and would enjoy a moment of solitude in the church, but am pretty useless at quoting St Paul.

    If past practice is anything to go by, I would head behind the pulpit and locate the alter wine.

    Do Lutherans serve wine to the congregation?

    Pls: No Americanisms. It is not Fall: it is autumn.

    I must prefer the Old Testament god who wreak es fire, brimstone and sudden death on his non-chosen enemies.

    Finally, no alter boy ripostes, JR.

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  2. Clearly this is in-your-face provocation

    I knew that this little collection might be provocative, but I also posted them because they are beautiful. So our motivations (outdoor girls/cats may not be that different from each other.

    I also don’t like grapes

    Me either – but if I eat them, I smoke less.

    That was a pumpkin, JR?

    It’s neither a pumpkin nor a cucumber – I’m not sure what it is. But it’s edible.

    and would enjoy a moment of solitude in the church

    Never been inside the church yet, as I’m not very religious, but my special one is a faithful Christian. And I like to hear the chimes on the hour from there. They sound kind of ruminant, and seem to suggest a harmonious world.

    Do Lutherans serve wine to the congregation?

    I’m not even sure there’s an altar, but I’ve been told that most congregations here have switched to apple juice or something like that, so as to protect the alcoholics among them.

    No Americanisms.

    They may help to taunt Foarp.

    I must prefer the Old Testament

    I like both sides of the Bible. You don’t need to like the characters to enjoy a good story.

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  3. The felines are adorable.

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  4. P’i-kou, this comment of yours earns you the Nobel Prize in Good Judgment & Taste. King Tubby will have to wait for another year, and to try harder.

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