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Malka
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23-06-2014, 07:59 PM
Originally Posted by Nippy View Post
Snot funny
Remind me please who it was said that her bananas get "soft in no time at all" and that she hate soft bananas?

I am sure that Pepsi would not mind if the bananas you so lovingly give her to enjoy are soft!

[sorreee - I could not resist it! ]
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25-06-2014, 11:30 AM
I read somewhere that if you seperate them instead of leaving them in a bunch, they take longer to ripen. Don't know if it works, haven't had bananas in ages.
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25-06-2014, 01:55 PM
Originally Posted by coventrycatfish View Post
I read somewhere that if you seperate them instead of leaving them in a bunch, they take longer to ripen. Don't know if it works, haven't had bananas in ages.
Oooo there's a thing, I shall try that
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