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August 27, 2013

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Gattina

That's the best sign I have ever seen ! What a great idea !

Denise

A wonderful sign! This makes me smile. Have a great day Sally! :)

gerald

i love a little squeeze

Stewart M

Splendid looking fruit - ripe for a squeeze!

I had not thought about a knot of Knots - and the book that contains all the crazed facts about bird names does not mention either!

Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW - Stewart M _ Australia

diane

They look juicy and delicious. Nice enough to squeeze.

Annie

The same here ! I like to go to the market and prepare jam for winter.

Penelope Puddilsms

Great sign. But peaches are too irresistible not to squeeze, I’m afraid. :)

TexWisGirl

too cute!

Hazel

I love peaches and nectarines! it always infuriates me when customers feel all the fruit.

Lowell

I've heard of abstinence programs but this is ridiculous! I always used to squeeze Peaches. She never complained, either!

Funny you drove by that giraffe; that's about a mile from our house!

RedPat

Perfect sign! Great looking peaches.

Sophie A.

That's a very polite way to say "do not touch". :)

Pat

Very cute! I'm guilty of squeezing fruit before I buy it! With the prices the way they are, I want to make sure the fruit is ripe! I DO blush when I'm feeling up a cucumber though! ;)

Halcyon

Very funny find!

~Cheryl

Very clever! Hope it works.

Lindy

Does Mr. Whipple own that orchard? lol!

SandyCarlson

Fun!

Sondra

Nothing tastes better than a sweet juicy peach!! There is a peach farm about 10 miles from me, so we have fresh peaches all over town...they taste great! I admit Im a squeezer!

Ramblingwoods

Oh love it

Jim

Sguee!

Hildred

That's the saying around here these days, too, - wonderful harvest time in the fruit orchards!

Phil (@anotherbirdblog)

You found a brilliant little sign there Sallie. It's a bit like the sign I saw outside a newsagents in Greece saying - in English "These newspapers are for sale, not for reading". I'm off to Greece soon, so i'll see if the sign is still there. Thanks for keeping up with my blog.

orchid

Dearest Sallie;
I agree with you that no other words are really needed☆☆☆ I sometimes find the bottom of the melon I bought was pushed to check the condition and discouraged me. (haha, not often I can buy melon) Great Sign, my friend♡♡♡
Happy to read that you are enjoying the wonderful harvests.

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Arti

This is a cool sign. We have shopkeepers saying it here in my locality instead of the sign. But I love the sign, I feel it to be more effective somehow. And those fruits look juicy, I wish I could pick one right away!

Andy

I married my squeeze.

Lady Fi

Mmm - so delicious! and I like that sign too

Mickie Brown

Love summer when you can go to the farmer's market and pick out fresh fruits and vegetables. They are sooooo much better than those you buy at the store. We've had some great peaches lately. Have a great weekend, Sallie. Mickie :)

Carver

Too funny. I'd be safe because I always sniff fresh produce. It's easy with peaches but I know it looks funny when I put a big cantaloupe up against my nose for a sniff.

Lesley

I can understand, but the temptation is too great!

Penny

Yum. I'd buy them on the spot - then squeeze and smell and eat with wild abandon.

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