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    bumpus

    10 years ago

    Heh, Conkers comes to mind when I saw this.. You crazy Brits! :D

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    analuisamontanezbumpus

    Reply 5 years ago

    no, no. Here in Britain they are conkers, too - found inside horse chestnuts. These are new acorns, which look pretty much just like conkers.

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    analuisamontanezbumpus

    Reply 5 years ago

    no, no. Here in Britain they are conkers, too - found inside horse chestnuts. I don't know why the author describes them as acorns - maybe he's confused.

    Oh no, they're new acorns. They're really brittle like that - did they already fall off your tree that new?

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    ninjasamurai

    6 years ago

    Great it looks like the worm in there puked or something and when you drilled it out all of the stuff fell out

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    kwalden

    7 years ago

    so thin is how u do it, thats what she said

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    ekobor

    8 years ago

     I wish I had a lot of acorns! Our one lone tree doesn't produce many. Probably enough for this kind of project, but I was aiming to make acorn flour. Some people say acorn bread is bland, but I think it is delicious. I just rarely have enough acorns. D<

    Anyway, just a thought~

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    red-king

    8 years ago

    Maybe if you dried the acorns it wouldn't do that. dunno how long you would have to dry them for though...

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    mettaurlover

    9 years ago

    now to find some giant acorns and an oil drill, as well as suspension bridge cable... AND I CAN TAKE OVER TEH WERLD!!!!!

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    Flash Gordon

    9 years ago

    About 18 or 19 words in theres a spelling error. Maybe not an error.... well idk anymore

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