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Becs

Try an Indo-Pak grocery store. They usually have both kinds.

When I was a kid, they were rare and seasonal. My grandmother bought them at the Safeway.

allison

We slaughtered a coconut in the back yard with the kids when they were little. It was awesome. I'm with you. Also, yay for old hairy things being better than sweet young ones. Oh, am I overidentifying?

~~Silk

Daughter says we have the old hairy ones in most ordinary grocery stores around here. Shall I send you one?

Marcia

The coconut's tropic. This is a temperate zone.

TheQueen

Becs - That would be World Foods
Allison - Ha! Our meat is thicker, but it is more flavorful.
~~Silk - No! What's the fun in that? I must stalk one.
Marcia - Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?

Becs

Marcia - But can it be carried by its husk?

Hattie

It was a rotten green coconut. Ugh. We have two coconut trees but we deball them when they are still small, because they are in the driveway and falling nuts could conk people on the head.

Marcia

Queen - Not at all. They could be carried.
Becs - Perhaps held under the dorsal guiding feathers.

TheQueen

Becs - A European swallow?
Hattie - I remeber in Maui we were amazed to see men doing that, and for the same reason.
Marcia - Or an African swallow?

Tami

Red, no! Bluuuuuuueeeeeee! (paraphrased, I don't feel like checking)

TheQueen

Tami - no, the answer is "laden or unladen?"

Tami

The answer to *that* question, sure. I think *outside* the box! To another whole different scene in the same movie!

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