329Velvety

This is so soft and velvety to touch…

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Posted by Mara Eastern

I'm a sardonic blogger, snapper, scribbler and rhymer; a virtual space invader who indulges in cheerful negativism, morbid self-deprecation and bleak humour.

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    1. That’s actually the best suggestion I ever got. Too bad I quit smoking almost two years ago 😦 I’m occasionally sorry about that.

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  1. Awww . . . the poor donkey lost its ear. Very sad.

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    1. Ooh, lovely! A donkey ear indeed πŸ™‚ Thank you for making up for my lack of imagination!

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      1. Well it does kind of look like one. πŸ™‚

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        1. It’s a crystal-clear resemblance now that you say it πŸ™‚

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  2. And what is that…?

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    1. That’s what I’d like to know too! It looks like the skin of something, like something that fell from a tree, I don’t know…

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      1. It looks very much like a tamarind!!
        But I doubt you have a tamarind tree in your neighbourhood!

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        1. OK, I had no idea that there’s a thing called tamarind, but I googled it, and you’re right, it’s not that. Well, why not keep an air of mystery about the subject of this photo after all πŸ˜‰ ?

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          1. You haven’t heard of a fruit called Tamarind?
            It used to be pretty abundant in my country,but as trees are being felled for to provide more space for construction,it has become quite rare these days!!

            You definitely should taste it one day.Not the fruit purely,as it is extremely sour,but the mixture of tamarind and sugar.(Everybody I know is fond of Tamarind sweets!) – it is also used in various other ways! πŸ™‚

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          2. I never heard of tamarind and I didn’t even find a Czech equivalent in the dictionary! I guess there’s no equivalent. The fruit would be obviously very exotic here, but I’ll be looking for it (now that I know how it looks too)! Thanks for teaching me something new πŸ™‚

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  3. that is indeedy, what is it?

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    1. No one knows, so we agreed it’s a donkey’s ear!

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      1. ewe, yuk thats horrible !!!

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        1. Is that horrible? No! I think it’s lovely, just a cute disembodied donkey’s ear, no? πŸ˜€

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          1. yuk! yes horrible lol

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          2. OK then, so not donkey ears 😦 You demand, I obey!

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          3. well what it is, is what it is, but yuk, really horrible lol…stands my ground hahah…

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          4. Stand your ground, I retreat…

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  4. Could it be the sole of someones shoe?

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    1. I’m giggling at the thought of you groping unknown soft things in the street.

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      1. Hey, what’s funny about me groping cute soft things in the street? I do it all the time — is it weird? πŸ˜€

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        1. It’s more funny than weird, the idea is still making me giggle… Especially after I came across your photo of you harassing a plant. I have a habit of sniffing things. Especially in shops if they look like leather, I have to sniff to make sure.

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          1. Sniffing things sounds even more fun than harassing things, I’ll need to give it a try πŸ˜€ I’m probably very tactile (or pervert) because I love poking into things.

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    2. That could only be the sole of a dwarf’s shoe. But I love your imagination! Though it would be a waste of good material for a sole, it’s soft enough to use as bed linen!

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