Cherry Stones

Yantai is famous for cherries, and I think I’ve received at least my body mass in bags full of cherries from students. At one point I had three bags in my fridge and another one on the kitchen table. They’re quite nice but they’re really nothing special, and I honestly can’t imagine liking ANYTHING enough that I would want to eat my weight’s worth.

This is me almost every day: “Thank you! Yes, I’ve eaten cherries before. Yes, I like cherries. Yes, we have cherries in America. Yes, they are this big.”

I don’t add that the only difference between famous Yantai cherries and Stop&Shop cherries is that in the US, we don’t spit out the pits all over the floor.

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0 Responses to Cherry Stones

  1. Stuart says:

    Yes, cherries are good but not that good. I can never eat too many myself. Otherwise, I’ll start thinking of that scene from The Witches of Eastwick.

  2. Anonymous says:

    ahh i can vaguely remember what cherries taste like. something like a distant memory from a past life.

    what is it like to eat fruit megan dear?



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