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“An apple is offended by a fig's soft insides, while grapes are happiest draping the peaches.”
“That idea was always a distraction -- there was not enough market capitalization in the entire banking sector to make a fig's difference, especially while the prospect of nationalization hung over it.”
“Hume thinks that the reason we do this is mere prejudice: we associate the fig's taste with the fig, knowing that the fig-body can cause a fig-taste to follow it in time.”
“We are naturally inclined to say that the taste of the fig is at the fig's end of the table, and the taste of the olive is at the other end.”
“Of course, the fig's smell would be different, but it was still worth the try; maybe the reptile didn't track by smell.”
“I thought to have checked these ejaculations by a frown; because he had talked so much of his valour that I had long ago rated him as an ass in a lion's skin; but this expedient did not answer my expectation, he took umbrage at the contraction of my brow, swore he did not value my sulky looks a fig's end, and protested he feared no man breathing.”
“March 28th, 2010 10: 14am the British Gov did not care a fig's leaf about the Jews in the concentration camps. its been shown that reports on the slaughter of Jews were filed in the waste bins at the time under Anthony Eden.”
“As a woman who likes men and dislikes figs, I can't vouch for the particulars, such folklore is testament to the fig's old-as-dirt reputation as an aphrodisiac.”
“Blest fig's end! the wine she drinks is made of grapes: if she had been blessed, she would never have loved the Moor: blessed pudding!”
“Using a skewer or straw, poke a hole down through the long way of each fig's center.”
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