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  • Happyman
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    Originally posted by vania~ View Post
    sorry i dont get it hahah, so you guys mean men in regular dating mostly also looking for mistress??
    brb i will prepare the cats and dogs to be my soulmates.. lol....
    I think it's a short-term/long-term thing. If you talk about the long term, most guys are looking for a dependable, honest, caring, beautiful woman to spend the night with, every night, for the rest of their lives. If you talk about the short term, most guys are looking for... a woman to spend the night with.

    Oh, I assumed that by "mistress" you just meant someone to sleep with, not someone to sleep with other than his wife. That is a different topic, and will have me retracting my statement and staying far away... I love my wife and the life we have together, and I shouldn't comment on other people's marriages.
    Last edited by Happyman; 23-01-15, 16:04.

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  • vania~
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    I had the exact same thought
    Originally posted by Happyman View Post
    Oh, so online dating is the same as regular dating...
    sorry i dont get it hahah, so you guys mean men in regular dating mostly also looking for mistress??
    brb i will prepare the cats and dogs to be my soulmates.. lol....

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by Happyman View Post
    This is strange. I was going to tell you that I think the tree has fruit on it more often than not. But, I wanted to see how many times a year, or if there was a cycle, so I googled. the internet says it fruits once a year... Admittedly, I don't go to the farm as often as I used to... but that has to be wrong. Seems like it has fruit on it every other time I see it, though it is not always ripe fruit. Unless, my workers may have been dosing it. I'm confused, Philippe. This link:http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/X6908E...n%20production says that it normally flowers/fruits once a year. But, that's not what I remember.
    Must be like rambutan, they produce fruit by batch, nothing related to a seasonal year. It just produce fruit batch after batch.

    Originally posted by hanung665 View Post
    KElengkeng branch is strogn enough to support it's fruit. It's won't crack easily, but if you care about the look , just put a stick to support it or tie using plastic rope. There was a kelengkeng plant at my garden at my home, the circumference of the trunk is almost 4 meter. It has been cut down now.


    @hanung665
    Wow! 4 meter wide... hmmm I will look for a bigger pot! : P

    My idea is to have a couple of half mature plant ready to put on my land... if one day I have one!

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  • hanung665
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    KElengkeng branch is strogn enough to support it's fruit. It's won't crack easily, but if you care about the look , just put a stick to support it or tie using plastic rope. There was a kelengkeng plant at my garden at my home, the circumference of the trunk is almost 4 meter. It has been cut down now.


    @hanung665

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  • Happyman
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    Before opening the bag the texture was looking nice... after opening it it look like shit... heu... as a matter of compost i would really like that it really look like shit...
    It look like shredded wood.

    As you have a kelengkeng tree, does they have continually fruit or they are seasonal?
    I already buy 2 huge basket (kitchen wear - I think it's for wash cloth - it's way cheaper than a plant pot). I'm ready to move it when it will be bigger.
    I'm not in hurry for the fruit, what i know is one day i will have kelengkeng for free and hand reach... I would had prefer to have more then 1 tree who grow.
    This is strange. I was going to tell you that I think the tree has fruit on it more often than not. But, I wanted to see how many times a year, or if there was a cycle, so I googled. the internet says it fruits once a year... Admittedly, I don't go to the farm as often as I used to... but that has to be wrong. Seems like it has fruit on it every other time I see it, though it is not always ripe fruit. Unless, my workers may have been dosing it. I'm confused, Philippe. This link:http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/X6908E...n%20production says that it normally flowers/fruits once a year. But, that's not what I remember.

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by Phalange View Post
    This story cheered my day up lol
    it's all my pleasure

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by Happyman View Post
    Does the compost have any particular smell to it? What is the texture like?

    We have a lengkeng at the farm, they do get a bit bigger than pot sized. Mine is now over two meters tall and about two meters wide. Planted about 4 years ago (not from seed), I think. It's started having a problem bearing the weight of it's own fruit, and I'm worried the branches will crack. Really is a nice little tree to plant in the garden.
    Before opening the bag the texture was looking nice... after opening it it look like shit... heu... as a matter of compost i would really like that it really look like shit...
    It look like shredded wood.

    As you have a kelengkeng tree, does they have continually fruit or they are seasonal?
    I already buy 2 huge basket (kitchen wear - I think it's for wash cloth - it's way cheaper than a plant pot). I'm ready to move it when it will be bigger.
    I'm not in hurry for the fruit, what i know is one day i will have kelengkeng for free and hand reach... I would had prefer to have more then 1 tree who grow.

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  • MsPlain_
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    Originally posted by hanung665 View Post
    Tiiiit..my lie-detector robot said it's not true


    @hanung665
    Good thing I sound like an adult here, then.

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  • Phalange
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    Yesterday I take a caramel candy with the intention of eating it. Thing being what they are when you have kid I got interrupted and left the candy aside.
    Some minute later my younger one find the candy and come too me. She still can't talk (while can be quite noisy!) but her body language and sound definitively are asking me to open the candy.
    I never give her full candy, I'm affraid she will struggle with it. I open the packet, bite the candy and give her half. Happy, she go away.

    Not long after that she had finish her candy and come back to my. I was laying on the bad watching stuff on my phone.
    She saw my jaw was still moving... meaning I still not finish my half candy.
    She come too me, seat on my chest and look scrupulously at me. After a short time she put her hand on my chin pushing down... definitively trying to take the other half of the candy.
    It's not the first time she do that, I perfectly know what she is doing and I play a little with her. Believe me, she will not give up, she WANT the other half candy.
    After a while I open my mouth, if needed she will put all her hand inside for take the candy... let's say I don't make it too much hard to her... for my own sake!
    She delicately take the candy, slide her hand on my cheek and give me a big kiss on the cheek.

    If she was able to talk I think she would had add a "good boy"!
    This story cheered my day up lol

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  • Happyman
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    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    Last time my wife buy kelengkeng I keep some seed and put them in ground... The reality is I have make some search on internet for see what kind of plant/tree is it first and than ask my wife to buy some fruit.
    Kelengkeng is a small tree that look like a bush, I find pic on internet of the tree growing in pot (and looking pitiful) and having fruit.

    In total I put 9 seed in ground.
    I first had a first grow which in some way always bring some joy to see something growing out of your effort.
    A week latter I had another one.... heu... hey! it's not the same leaf and color at all than the first one???
    After a short inspection, the first one was not a kelengkeng, I can see the seed on the second one.

    Now at around 10 cm high and starting to grow a second set of leave.

    Some time ago I buy a bag of "compost". On the bag it is write "high quality"... but nothing at all grow at of it. The tomato plant got a big down after I had of the compost on the plant (and the rain season finish it).
    I don't know what kind of compost it is.... but it seem it is seem more killing plant than making them grow.... indonesian product... with indonesian nomenclature...
    Does the compost have any particular smell to it? What is the texture like?

    We have a lengkeng at the farm, they do get a bit bigger than pot sized. Mine is now over two meters tall and about two meters wide. Planted about 4 years ago (not from seed), I think. It's started having a problem bearing the weight of it's own fruit, and I'm worried the branches will crack. Really is a nice little tree to plant in the garden.

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  • hanung665
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    Originally posted by MsPlain_ View Post
    Eh? Dont mention it, I'm a teenager as well.
    Tiiiit..my lie-detector robot said it's not true

    Originally posted by PhilippeD View Post
    Now that all my tomato plant are dead and I know it is impossible to grow paprika from the fruit seed buy at the grocery... I'm trying with local plant.

    Last time my wife buy kelengkeng I keep some seed and put them in ground... The reality is I have make some search on internet for see what kind of plant/tree is it first and than ask my wife to buy some fruit.
    Kelengkeng is a small tree that look like a bush, I find pic on internet of the tree growing in pot (and looking pitiful) and having fruit.

    In total I put 9 seed in ground.
    I first had a first grow which in some way always bring some joy to see something growing out of your effort.
    A week latter I had another one.... heu... hey! it's not the same leaf and color at all than the first one???
    After a short inspection, the first one was not a kelengkeng, I can see the seed on the second one.

    Now at around 10 cm high and starting to grow a second set of leave.

    Some time ago I buy a bag of "compost". On the bag it is write "high quality"... but nothing at all grow at of it. The tomato plant got a big down after I had of the compost on the plant (and the rain season finish it).
    I don't know what kind of compost it is.... but it seem it is seem more killing plant than making them grow.... indonesian product... with indonesian nomenclature...
    As far as I know, it will take years for kelengkeng to bear it's first fruit..


    @hanung665

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  • PhilippeD
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    Now that all my tomato plant are dead and I know it is impossible to grow paprika from the fruit seed buy at the grocery... I'm trying with local plant.

    Last time my wife buy kelengkeng I keep some seed and put them in ground... The reality is I have make some search on internet for see what kind of plant/tree is it first and than ask my wife to buy some fruit.
    Kelengkeng is a small tree that look like a bush, I find pic on internet of the tree growing in pot (and looking pitiful) and having fruit.

    In total I put 9 seed in ground.
    I first had a first grow which in some way always bring some joy to see something growing out of your effort.
    A week latter I had another one.... heu... hey! it's not the same leaf and color at all than the first one???
    After a short inspection, the first one was not a kelengkeng, I can see the seed on the second one.

    Now at around 10 cm high and starting to grow a second set of leave.

    Some time ago I buy a bag of "compost". On the bag it is write "high quality"... but nothing at all grow at of it. The tomato plant got a big down after I had of the compost on the plant (and the rain season finish it).
    I don't know what kind of compost it is.... but it seem it is seem more killing plant than making them grow.... indonesian product... with indonesian nomenclature...

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  • PhilippeD
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    Yesterday I take a caramel candy with the intention of eating it. Thing being what they are when you have kid I got interrupted and left the candy aside.
    Some minute later my younger one find the candy and come too me. She still can't talk (while can be quite noisy!) but her body language and sound definitively are asking me to open the candy.
    I never give her full candy, I'm affraid she will struggle with it. I open the packet, bite the candy and give her half. Happy, she go away.

    Not long after that she had finish her candy and come back to my. I was laying on the bad watching stuff on my phone.
    She saw my jaw was still moving... meaning I still not finish my half candy.
    She come too me, seat on my chest and look scrupulously at me. After a short time she put her hand on my chin pushing down... definitively trying to take the other half of the candy.
    It's not the first time she do that, I perfectly know what she is doing and I play a little with her. Believe me, she will not give up, she WANT the other half candy.
    After a while I open my mouth, if needed she will put all her hand inside for take the candy... let's say I don't make it too much hard to her... for my own sake!
    She delicately take the candy, slide her hand on my cheek and give me a big kiss on the cheek.

    If she was able to talk I think she would had add a "good boy"!

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  • PhilippeD
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    Originally posted by Happyman View Post
    Oh, so online dating is the same as regular dating...
    I had the exact same thought

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  • MsPlain_
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    Originally posted by hanung665 View Post
    Anu kak Vania, actually I'm still a teenager*


    @hanung665

    Eh? Dont mention it, I'm a teenager as well.

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