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Tomato update
Posted By: thomasjmpark, 04-16-2008, 09:28 AM

Just a quick update of my fresh tomatoes, another couple of weeks and they will be ready for souping


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04-16-2008, 09:33 AM   #2
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haha couple of weeks and they will be ready for there own Sci-Fi movie ! or worse yet they make just walk away ......
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YUMMY... when you eat those tomato-rottenus, you will be trippin' for hours. Magic soup they called it when I was young...

Keep the updates coming. Love the colors
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LOL ... i thought you would have thrown them out after the first photos
did you check the cigarettes too 8-)

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Good photo to go with a great sense of humor!
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The green one looks awesome! I like the two on the left that seem to be merging. I can hardly wait for next week!

I hope these are not still in your fridge!
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Looks like I need to get my tomatoes updated.

Actually, am moving house so not much is rotting...yet!

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Lol everyone thanks

Dave I swear they glow in the night!

Gus if thats true Ill set up a little soup stall in the market, Ill have to try it 1st

K100d, I almost did throw them away but thought I would keep them to see how they developed! The ciggies went in the bin long ago

Thanks dws

Thanks Jeff, I like the shapes textures and colours of them, and no I moved them from the fridge to a warmish cupboard (with nothing else in) strangley they dont smell which is good!
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QuoteOriginally posted by thomasjmpark Quote
Lol everyone thanks

I moved them from the fridge to a warmish cupboard (with nothing else in) strangley they dont smell which is good!
Trying to accelerate the decaying process?
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The Prime Minister coming to town Thomas?????
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Wow, "fresh" tomatos with EXTRA penecilin!

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You can just hear them starting to purrrrrrr

Ok Thomasjmpark, you do realize that you have to now push this way past all reasonable measures and boundaries. Just how nasty can this really get - with monthly Tomato update posts! Once a buddy of mine couriered an over ripe banana to me. I decided to send it back to him after was "better" (which I did). He decided to send it over the proverbial net once more from his end but forgot (for about 6 months). When he did finally send it, and I opened up the box it was flat and dried out like shoe leather. I still have it. Maybe I will send it back when it becomes dust. Yes a dark cloud of doom..... that will suck all the light and hope out of his world. Now just imagine what the power of rotten tomatoes could do !?!?!?!?
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Sort of reminds me of the "Spam-Cam" some guy had a few years ago...

It was a live streaming webcam broadcasting a block of spam rotting in a plate (eek!)

I can just imagine the fruit flies you got around your tomatos...

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I can just imagine the fruit flies you got around your tomatos..
Great time to break out the macro lens!
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If you have a home UV light (poster black light?) or put under a flourescent light for awhile they might actually glow in the dark. A lot of fungi do glow. Might take a long exposure but they should only creep a mm or 2 an hour.
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