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a beauiful fruit that you eat. it is also a store. mmm. red mango. never had it though. i hear it makes a great combination with yogurt. never had one of those. a mango yogurt that is. nor a red mango combination. but yep. maybe one day. probably not. well yeah. mango’ss. go mango
By kimmmmmmmmmmm on 02.23.2011
Today i went and picked a mango from the brigg palm tree outside. I was reluctant to cut it down becuae it loked so pretty up there, but i was hungry. i was gls that i did it becuase it was the most deliciuous mango i have ever eaten in my life. i think they are my new favorite food.
By wordy URL on 02.23.2011
She bit into the mango, and the juice from the sweet fruit dribbled down her lip. “These are best mangoes I’ve ever tasted,” She said. The man smiled. “I grew them myself.”
By Laura Riddle URL on 02.23.2011
a fruit that i don’t really like. other like eating it very much, yellow and red in color. grows in tropical environments. has a very unique taste that many people from all over the world enjoy (besides me).
By beckie on 02.23.2011
Tropical. The mango reminds me of a rain forest. Of a forgotten place that no one knows about. A secret place that is just for you and me. We sip mango juice and have a glorious time.
By Savannah Lee URL on 02.23.2011
Mangoes are delicious. I wonder what it is like to be a bat? The world is frightening. Music makes it better. Yes, Music is the answer.
By Zachary Stevenson on 02.23.2011
Her lips were a slick of mango gloss, her damp skin a coconut-oiled heaven. Drawn in by the clouds that skittered across their stormy surface, I drank deeply from eyes as blue as the ocean, and swam the depths of her soul.
By jaymewhitfield URL on 02.23.2011
india!!! my lovely country and lovely fruit. best taste ever. i like it so much!!!
By Denis URL on 02.23.2011
Mangos are great i only get them once in a wile and i love them there a great quick snack
By Stephen on 02.23.2011
I love Mangos they’re my favorite fruit! With the sweet taste. They’re even better with chili powder on it! I used to buy them all the time, when I lived in California.
By fluffy1297 URL on 02.23.2011
Mango is a fruit. It’s a very yummy fruit to I like them very much. Thats pretty much all I know about Mangos
By Cheyenne on 02.23.2011
I love mangos! They are really sweet. I think they are one of my favorite fruits, but i like bananas better. Olivia’s favorite fruit is a mango!
By Drenna URL on 02.23.2011
I love mangos they are juicy and yummy and sooo good I love them they are as delightful as can be as wonderful as day!
By Emnm URL on 02.23.2011
Mangoes are really good fruits to eat. They also make a pretty good smoothie. The mango also has a pretty color to it. The color of a summer sunset.
By rexy6366 URL on 02.23.2011
Mangos are a kind of fruit and they are orange. I think mangos are made by monkeys on Oahu.
By Stephanie URL on 02.23.2011
One thing we rarely see in the large conglomerate supermarkets, is a ripe mango, or non-grainy pears, or sweet smelling local strawberries. Why? Cheaper to buy them green, ship them thousands of miles and pile them up hundreds deep. Who cares if they taste good or not, so long as the profits are good.
By M Daly URL on 02.23.2011
Mango is a type of fruit. Im pretty sure they grow on trees, you know like a mango tree. They have mango flavored smoothies and those are DELICIOUS!!
By smileigh URL on 02.23.2011
It’s sweet,rich,and fresh it squirts alot juicy it is a mango from tropical forest’s.i love mango’s very much.
By peyton URL on 02.23.2011
Mango is one of my favourite fruits, it is great in a smoothie, and well worth the trouble it can take to get to the juicy frui of a ripe one.
I have also visited a number of clubs around the World with the same name, always cool with great vibes!
By Iain Mallory URL on 02.23.2011
Sensual, delicious, meaty and juicy…a mango is the epitome of divine pleasure in eating. Luscious and exceptional, decadent and healthy.
By Ellen Stanclift URL on 02.23.2011
Ive already written about mango today i cant believe the frequency of the exotic foods these days.
By Janina Davison-Forder URL on 02.23.2011
Ew, disgusting, i hate them, theyre nasty, ew ew ew Once my friend Amena got sick from eating too many in Pakistan. Most people like this, but it’s nasty for me. My mother eats it with pepper powder.
By Kevin on 02.23.2011
I enjoy eating mango. The sweet, orange yellow color of the fruit makes it nice to look at, the skin which can be red but also green is jolly. A classmate of long ago had a nickname: mangocarso. The ‘carso’ part is unclear to me, but he got the first part of his name because he once talked about a mango.
By ping URL on 02.23.2011
I love mangoes. I love eating them, the sweet, sticky juice running down my chin. I love the brilliant orange next to the green skin. I love them frozen, like a sorbet. Delicious.
By listenplease URL on 02.23.2011
the mango wasn’t ripe. it tasted bitter. I wish i hadn’t plucked it, just as i wish i’d never met you. You were just as bitter as the mango.
By jessica on 02.23.2011
she sometimes used to be me from there but I didnt like them…although I love it …and I couldn change it…shit//
By Kelly on 02.23.2011
The juice ran down her cheeks and pieces of yellow-orange fruit fell into her lap, but she didn’t mind the mess. She sunk her teeth into the ripe flesh and the sweetness flowed thick under her tongue. She let it sit for a while, and she closed her eyes.
She could remember the moment perfectly. Sitting on the back porch, her legs salty with sweat that made her skin stick to the plastic lawn chair, she could still taste the tea against the roof of her mouth, still feel the mint and honey flooding between her gums.
She only hoped this moment would be one to remember–that, like the mango she ate, her first day in a new land would be beautiful, sweet, savory, and flavorful.
By E on 02.23.2011
She looked at the mango in her hand, twisted it a few times in her palm and then gave it to the little boy standing in front of her. “But, mam!”, he chirped “Mam, you shouldn’t give me food! You might need it yourself!”
But the woman just smiled gently, touched the little boy’s cheek and whispered “You may need it more than me!”
By roxana URL on 02.23.2011
Orange most of the time bitter. Don’t really like them a lot. Ice tea mango is the worst thing i’ve ever tasted. I think mangos come from trees but im not really sure i always thought it was bushes but ehh never know. Exotic fruits? once again don’t know. Filled with pesticides? most likely expensive.
By Milica on 02.23.2011
teeth sinking, juice dripping down munching chin. yellow fingers grasping.
By Sophie on 02.23.2011
A good alternative to a ball. Plus you get to eat it after. Just don’t drop it, SPLAT!
By Nicola Groves on 02.23.2011
Delicious, juicy, exotic, reminds me of Australia and eating mango on the beach with sand in my teeth and the wind matting my hair and blowing it so it sticks to the fruit, delightful and decadent watching the sun sparkle on the sea.
By Rose on 02.23.2011
The mango tree was heavy with fruit. My job was to protect the fruit from the monkeys who were eyeing the heavy fruit with greedy eyes.
By Hilary on 02.23.2011
Lush fruit, always between ripening and softening, never quite perfect in my experience.
Not my favourite taste,
Far too powdery.
Although aesthetically it is very pleasing,
And the smell evokes images,
Of summer days,
In grassy parks.
By Aimee V on 02.23.2011
I already did mango yesterday? Today is a new day, why am I getting the same word? mango mango mango mango mango mango mango mango mango mango mango mango mango.
By Shelly URL on 02.23.2011
that’s a fruit I can smell as soon as i hear the word and manage to visualise its yellow/green skin, if that’s what they call it, or is it a sort of rind or rhinoceros? It’s thick like the hide of a rhinoceros but how would I know that when I’ve never seen or touched a rhinoceros?
By Bob on 02.23.2011
Expensive clothes that I can hardly afford. Reminds me of Mango salad from Thailand that I like a lot. Come to think of which I used to think it’s a funny name because it means man and go. I really wonder how that fruit got its name. Anyway, i dun really like it as I usually get the sour ones. Guess it’s a matter of luck.
By miak on 02.23.2011
Mango…just brought back hilarious memories of watching satyrday night live with my two incredibly witty and off the cuff friends from high school. We loves chris kattan and sheri o’teri and will ferrell-they would make us howl with laughter which would then allow us to sapend the week trying to emulate their sketches and characters. I love mango-chris kattans “monkey-boy” character!
By Kelly Meola on 02.23.2011
I am allergic to mangos. The first time I had them was when I was seven years old and I ate nearly an entire bag of them, dried. I got hives and decided to never eat them again. They were still delicious though, and I think the hives were worth it. Mango is a nice word. Mangos are an orangey-yellow colour.
By Bea on 02.23.2011
As far as I know mangoes are a fruit most often found in vaguely tropical places. They taste pretty nice and are green when not ripe, which is true for a lot of fruits I suppose. I’m not sure how popular they are, but the juice is pretty well known, as are the yogurts, Or something.
By Nathan URL on 02.23.2011
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