Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Photo of the day, #297

Hint: can be both savoury and sweet
Well hello there! So it turns we caught the mouse. It died underneath the stove. No wonder we didn't hear any more squeaking and squealing. I feel kinda bad for the mouse. All it wanted was some warmth from the cold outside and some food. There's no crime in that, and yet we felt the need to kill it... I'm a horrible person!

I'm not going to do a haiku today. It's not easy for me to come up with haikus. It takes some thinking and I don't feel like it today. Today's thingamajig grows on trees, especially in sunny  places. The United States is a top producer. It can be eaten raw or cooked. It is high in fiber and vitamin E. What is it?


  1. Well if you wont give us a clue in haiku form I will answer in haiku form:

    It is a fruit
    Its the photo of the day
    You know what it is

  2. It looks like an old man's eyelid, sideways. I don't think it's an old man though. I'm gonna go with dates even though I'm pretty sure it's a wrong answer.

  3. Haha, just looking at the photo I thought pancakes.

  4. it's look like skin problem

  5. Shutterbug, thanks for your recent visit!
    As to your thingamajig you have me stumped.
    I'd say some type of yam but I know I would not eat one raw. :-) Oh & sorry about the mouse...

  6. eh, don't feel bad about the mouse. There are plenty more where that came from :)

  7. Awww.. Well, maybe it wanted warmth but mice are known to spread very fatal diseases so it was for the best shutterbug. <3

    As for the thingamajig, it looks like an almond to me. I am unsure because I am not a fan of almonds so I don't consider them :/ sweet!

  8. You shouldn't feel bad about getting rid of something that clearly didn't belong in your kitchen! :)