raumagal wrote:I saw one use for those "foul green balls" in kotivinkki...they stuck them on a styrofoam type craft thing and made them into a Christmas tree.
mrshourula wrote:My husband said they tasted just like his old Finnish aunt used to make and then asked me to marry him (again) so I guess that's a fine recommendation of those recipes.
mrshourula wrote:Are these recipes really some ancient love potions?
enk wrote:raumagal wrote:I saw one use for those "foul green balls" in kotivinkki...they stuck them on a styrofoam type craft thing and made them into a Christmas tree.
I was trying to find the picture of the guy on IRC galleria when he
had stuck them to his bald head,
mrshourula wrote:Well, given that we've been married for 29 years, no newlywed stories are in order.
raumagal wrote:Now that's the Christmas spirit!! How funny!
Hank W. wrote:raumagal wrote:Now that's the Christmas spirit!! How funny!
I've got an Easter pic with some girls short hair dyed green and the little toy chicklets in there so it resembles rairuoho.
Hank W. wrote:So one Christmas the wife was tired and stressed and forgot the casseroles in the oven, so they burnt almost inedible. She slammed them on the table thinking "it doesn't really matter." The husband bit into the casserole and his eyes started sparkling... "My dear wife - I don't know how you accomplished it, but this is just as my momma made it!!!"[/i]
(the newlyweds version has morning porridge and it takes a week for her to "get it just like momma makes it")
karen wrote:enk, are you kids at home tomorrow to accept the gift?
karen wrote:The tree is held together with toothpicks. We don't have to tell them that
before they bite into them if you don't want. Kidding!
Ds has a play date in the morning but later in the afternoon we could swing by and chuck it at them.
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