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persimmon seed...fact or myth????? #5342888 10/05/14 06:12 PM
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My wife was telling me she always heard if you open a persimmon seed and it looks like a spoon that means its going to be a bad winter. I guess the spoon Is supposed to be a shovel to shovel snow. She said if it has a fork in it then its going to be a mild winter. Dont know what the fork is supposed to stand for. I opened one today and sure enough it looks like a spoon. Sure its just a myth but was still pretty neat....

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cheers What would it mean if your persimmons did not make due to the lack of rain? bang I would not mind a cold winter for once. If it was wet it would be even better. We need a lot of moisture and deep moisture.



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Almanac says something similar.

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Never heard that one.
It has been a while since we had a good cold winter, we'll see if the shovel is for shoveling something else. grin


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What if it looks like a spork?

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Fact!!! Or at least I have heard it my whole life, so it must be true, right?

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Originally Posted By: cameron00
What if it looks like a spork?

You're spucked bolt



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Joshua brought a pocketful home after bow hunting this evening. All six were spoons. Around here it is the gospel. Going to go ahead and keep a extra round bale per cow just in case.


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Never heard this before and we have wild persimmon trees full of fruit right now. I didn't know you could eat them either. Once the rains stop, I'm gong to go cut some in half and see what I find!!!


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Heard the same thing. Bet it will be a cold one and we need it.


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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
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What if it looks like a spork?

You're spucked bolt
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Makes good jelly... hard to get them when they are good for eating around here... possums and coon eat um while they are in the trees and then hogs get whatever drops... found a good tree full of um the other day with a few ripe ones

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Ive heard that many times

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The knife stands for mild winter, good conditions for gardens, good groceries!!!!

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I hope it's true. If not the hunting is gonna be tough this year. whip


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I've heard that before. What I heard (or at least what I remember) was the "spoon" meant you'd be eating a lot of soup this winter (harsh and cold with little to eat). A "fork" meant a milder winter with hardier table-fare, more meat, and a "knife" meant cold and windy as all hell and you'll be ready to cut your own throat by the time it's over.


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