Word for today

Originally Posted by Django:
Originally Posted by Villagebelle:

Let's see if you guys will be stumped by this one (maybe it was just unique to my Mom)

 

Word for today is - tittivate !!!!

Why you tittivate with the sewing machine.

(like playing with the mechanics)

 

Tittivate, is used to describe someone that likes to trouble things, or as stated likes to play with things.

Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Tola:

Boosee makes chickens lay more eggs.

Have not heard 'boosee' in a long time, I do remember chickens eating it, now I know why

Boosee is rice dust.

Boosee is the bye product after extracting the rice from the paddy.

Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Tola:

Boosee makes chickens lay more eggs.

Have not heard 'boosee' in a long time, I do remember chickens eating it, now I know why

Boosee is rice dust.

Boosee is the bye product after extracting the rice from the paddy.


yes, we used to mix it with Maar (there's another word of the day for you) and feed to the milking cows.

Originally Posted by Villagebelle:
Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Tola:

Boosee makes chickens lay more eggs.

Have not heard 'boosee' in a long time, I do remember chickens eating it, now I know why

Boosee is rice dust.

Boosee is the bye product after extracting the rice from the paddy.


yes, we used to mix it with Maar (there's another word of the day for you) and feed to the milking cows.

MAAR..water drained from cooked rice.

 

Maar with cooked rice added with onions, pepper and a

pinch of salt does taste good.

Originally Posted by Django:
Originally Posted by Villagebelle:
Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by kp:
Originally Posted by Anjali:
Originally Posted by Tola:

Boosee makes chickens lay more eggs.

Have not heard 'boosee' in a long time, I do remember chickens eating it, now I know why

Boosee is rice dust.

Boosee is the bye product after extracting the rice from the paddy.


yes, we used to mix it with Maar (there's another word of the day for you) and feed to the milking cows.

MAAR..water drained from cooked rice.

 

Maar with cooked rice added with onions, pepper and a

pinch of salt does taste good.

or Maar with cooked rice, some scalded milk with the cream and some brown sugar.....was the best!

As a child I was called 'sweet-mouth'! cause I loved sugary foods 

Originally Posted by Tola:

 

Was remains from making coconut oil called CHANCHEE ?

Its was oily and similar to coffee grains, but mixed with suga to eat.   

 

New words : Jus wait til you Papa come ah house  !!

 

New word : PERHA.

Small wooden bench.

Originally Posted by seignet:

pookney.

We carried a pookney in our camper when the kids were small for camp fires and our Canadian kids  thought the name was hilarious. Pookney went well with an Edmonton soft drink, called 'Pick-a-Poo'.  

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