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-Ba^eX-


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Location: Australia

Total posts: 254
Posted:Just curious is anyone in here has actually tasted a Tangello and if they have...could they explain the need for someone to invest money in making this half orange half mandarine type fruit
Surely science could provide better use of money...such as endless supplies of fire fuel for Me


If life was a ball of fire...i would be the poi sustaining it

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-Ba^eX-


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Location: Australia

Total posts: 254
Posted:no one likes the odd posts huh...not to worry...ill entertain myself
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If life was a ball of fire...i would be the poi sustaining it

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ElectricBlue
SILVER Member since Feb 2002

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Now with extra strawberries
Location: Canberra

Total posts: 810
Posted:i must say in my opinion tangellos are great they though they are alittle bit sour

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Chorin
BRONZE Member since Jul 2002

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Location: Dorking, Surrey

Total posts: 217
Posted:I can honestly say that I haven't got a clue what they are. but they sound erm strange. I like the endless supply of fuel idea though it's always good

Dilbert's Words of Wisdom -
I can please only one person per day. Today is not your day. Tomorrow is not looking good either!
You are slower than a herd of turtles stampedeing through peanut butter!

Oh yeah.... Don't tell the ants

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Kyrian


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Location: York, England

Total posts: 4308
Posted:Tangello's are easier to peel than oranges but i'd rather have a tangerine. The dining hall at uni serves tangellos for some reason unbeknownce to all of us. But then, this school is strange.

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Dreamin is still how the strong survive

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