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I ate the mango from a clear jar not knowing where it had come from and wondering after why on earth anyone would go to the trouble of peeling and slicing and carefully placing it into a glass and then screw on the lid just for me.
By nannan on 02.22.2011
sometimes when I think of mango I just want to sink my teeth into the juicy sweet orange erotic yummyness better days, happier days, sunny days days when everything was simpler days when I could smile and relax days when the sun shone days when I could be held as a child days when I ate mangos were days that were happy fruit orange good yum
By Mary on 02.22.2011
The juice, so fine, golden and pulpy oozes down your fingers as you slice it. The pit strings slip in your hands as you bring it to your face to tear the last traces of saffron flesh. The aroma is of honey, flowers and orange. The fruit of the sun, land where no man may go.
By Tatti Dorjan URL on 02.22.2011
Mangoes are a tropical fruit that often remind me of summer and the Philippines. They are really good freshly cut or even dried with a bit of sugar sprinkled onto them. I love cubing them and throwing them into a salad to add a variety of taste. Mangoes are truly an exotic fruit that can appeal to anyone.
By Cathy URL on 02.22.2011
Every time we walked to the pool we passed a mango tree. We were never there when they were ripe. But I always dreamed of one day being there when they were ripe, climbing the tree’s knobby branches, peeling back thick, sunset colored skin, and eating the fruit amidst the leaves it came from.
By Erin URL on 02.22.2011
mangoes are delicious — sugary, ripe and exotic. red, yellow, green orange, they portray such an array of colour. they are a representation of earth itself. a whole earth, that you can hold in your hand and satisfy your taste. is this what the earth tastes like? see it in colour. taste is colour
By lolita poppus on 02.22.2011
the mango tree has fruits of the tropics
luscious fruit of golden color
delectable flavor for the senses
let go of my mango!!!
By she53lly URL on 02.22.2011
MANGO:let’s start at the beginning.What is the thing that we absolutely know?
By The Fake Dann URL on 02.22.2011
mangos are yummy i think i’ve never had one though its strange. its a nice colour i think or is that tangerine im not sure mango has an ango in it which reminds me o fhte franco-ango alliance wich was like idk. it was something, good luls on hetalia but were were talking about mangso weren’t we? well. i’d like to try eating a mango someday because mangos seem good but idk.
By amanda on 02.22.2011
Mango juices running sweet and cool from the edges of my mouth. It’s the first taste of summer; through it I can feel the tropical breeze and sand beneath my feet. For this one instant, I’m in paradise.
By Clarasaurus URL on 02.22.2011
coconut teis like amazing, it tastes so smooth and it tastes kinda like a light tan color. maybe vanilla ish amaybe its just n possible that a color has a taste. but purple tas like sugar does why cantwe taste what we see or smell what we taste… the other way around actually. Why wont matt write4 me back… hdoesnt love me… should ikeep lovinim if i know he winever love meis that stupid of me or is iot just normal. I kinda liadam but im not too oimportant to him either. Im mreore important to him thai am to matt thoigh…Psh this typing thinis kinda bad at this whole writiI l.. why dpoes no one love meeve as close to as much as i love everyone else??
By Lexi on 02.22.2011
Mango tuplis are a delicate sight. More delicious than the taste, the eyes aborb the flavor of the tropics. Mango-licious, mango-dango. C
By Lynnmarie URL on 02.22.2011
Mangos are delicious. I hear they are nutritious. But when in a bind and hungry all the time I might find eating a mango suspicious.
By k8den URL on 02.22.2011
Mangos are for lovers and frilly penthouse boys. They are meant to be savored and used as supreme fuel for world domination.
By Betheny on 02.22.2011
orange juicy fruit. makes me wanna taste it oh yummy hope is not poisoned with all bad things going on in this world soo juicy want it all
By sha're on 02.22.2011
Sunny, milky, tangy, juicy. Something you eat when you need cheering up. It’s also a fun word to say. Man-go!
By Tirza Rideout on 02.22.2011
mango is a fruit that is enjoyed around the world.
It is often used in recipes that are desert or for snacks in the early mornings.
The mango is a sweet fruit that is over orange colour and has a hard peal around it.
Mango are from the asian part of the world but are imported to the western culture.
By Fabian on 02.22.2011
Her hair was a color
unlike any other.
Some would call it
but I would call it
By [Sic] Philosophy URL on 02.22.2011
Orange, juicy, sticky, and sweet.
By mskla on 02.22.2011
i don’t really know how i feel about mangos. it seems to me that mangos are a worse version of the pineapple and melon. sometimes i put mangos in my smoothies but only to add extra vitamins and i don’t have to taste them. I like the color of mangos.
By Justine Johnson on 02.22.2011
orange, fruit, juicy. delish. Very tropical. Seasonal. my favorite fruit. big seeds. peel off the skin. sweet. messy. im running out of things to say.
By lisa on 02.22.2011
My friend Ursula is cute and tiny and has a soft lilting voice. She is sweet and ripe as nectar, and I can hear her dancing among the trees in and among dreams. I came across a recipe for caramelized upside down mango cake and it had coconut milk and red chiles in it. She is the epitome of richness and spice.
By EllieG on 02.22.2011
I have a mango in my fridge. It’s been in there for weeks, so it’s likely bad now. I should probably throw it out, but what if it’s still good? Hmmm. Should probably check. Should. Maybe later. Ah geez, now I guess I have to do it so I don’t come off as lazy. I can always go get another mango at the store, right?
By Shelly on 02.22.2011
Technically I already wrote about this one, but I’ll do it again since I just signed up. I have a mango in my fridge. It’s been in there for weeks so it’s likely bad. Hope it doesn’t stink. I could throw it out in the yard for some hungry bunnies or foxes to munch on. Maybe I’ll do that. Actually, I’ll do that now…
By Shelly URL on 02.22.2011
Her hair was a color
unlike any other.
Some would address it
in a dream,
no rendering past
the conformity of
I would address it
She only breathes
I like to eat mango under the tree in a beautiful day, that give peace and happines, sometines I look the sun is the same color that my mango, is flavour of love and happines in my mind what make me smile.
By mery on 02.22.2011
Is several things, is a cloth trademark a fruit, but in spanish it´s an expressión to reffer to a beautiful sexy delicious woman.
By Jose Flores on 02.22.2011
It is a fruit or so I think, I once had this friend who said he thought I smelled like mangos, I always wondered what it meant to smell like a mango and walk with a tango. I don’t know it is just one of those things….to smell and eat a mango. So I have wondered do you like to smell like mangos?
By Wil on 02.22.2011
i know the mango is supposed to be sweet but it isn’t. to me it tastes like a pinetree, why would someone want to eat a pinetree. maybe its just that i live in the north and they arent fresh like in florida where my girlfriend gets papayas from trees in her yard. thats fresh you know. all we got is blueberries, but i can’t complain, i love blueberries and raspberries
By RYAN on 02.22.2011
the old saturday night live skit that my mother thought was so hilarious and I knew and know was so offensive–why is being gay so funny to people but yet those same people will argue that gay people should not be allowed to live their lives? Life, like a juice mango (not that I like mangos) should be lived to its fullest always, regardless of whether you are a fruit–or what kind of fruit you are.
By maritov URL on 02.22.2011
“This is really tasty,” Sheila said as she bit into the mango salad. “Took me all day too,” Josephina replied. “How can cutting up fruit take all day?” “Gotta catch ’em first.” “Oh” was all Sheila said as she pushed the bowl away.
By Sopdet URL on 02.22.2011
This mango is poisonous, but you wouldn’t know it from looking at it. The color is the same as any other mango, the smell, the taste. But this one will kill you, not at first, but eventually. In ten, maybe twenty years after you eat this mango you will die. Maybe thirty, maybe forty, but one day.
By Liz Leo URL on 02.22.2011
I absolutely love dried mango, in fact, so much so that it could also be classified as something I have a shopping addiction to. The best place to buy them is at Costco. You get a full bag of them for around $10, as opposed to the bulk aisle in Save On for at least $16 (and half the amount). I like dried mango, fresh mango, all mangoes.
By kim a thomas URL on 02.22.2011
a mango is a fruit that you can eat and mango is also a funny word you know and mango is a dance not i dont think it is a dance but it is a hularious word mango hahahahahaha:)
By clair URL on 02.22.2011
a mango in yellow and yummyful. They are juicy and delicious and grow in a tree.
By ashlea.schweigert URL on 02.22.2011
I have never really liked mangos. They are alright though. They are good for the body and the glutes. Yes.
By Ian URL on 02.22.2011
I love mangos. Just the word mango is funny. they are sweet and sour like limes but much better. they have an outside like nectarines. they make you happy. who doesn’t like mangos.
By nikki URL on 02.22.2011
I enjoy mangoes they are very good and good for the soul. they better your life so eat them…. NOW!!!!!!!!
By devin21 URL on 02.22.2011
The flavor of the medicine I had to take for strep throat every year when I was a kid. I hear it’s actually quite delicious when served fresh, but I simply cannot bring myself to even sniff mango… to me, it just tastes like illness, doctor’s offices, and a terribly, terribly sore throat!
By Marissa URL on 02.22.2011
mango is my favorite fruit and is freakin yummy!!!
By Caleb URL on 02.22.2011
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