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Either they really actually can't afford food or a way to get to a store, or they might be having mental problems. Either way, giving them a sandwich is a nice gesture.

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#68 my son has no teeth and "bites" me hard with his gums while he breastfeeds. And it hurts. He also "bites" my fingers, toes. Anything he can get in his mouth.

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*sigh* I was hoping I actually wouldn't have to put a list. Here are a few: chamomile, dandelion, jasmine, hibiscus, rose, lavender, squash blossoms, and yucca. You can cook them and eat them in different ways. If you've ever had a flower tea, you've ingested properties of flowers. I shouldn't even have to talk about the famous spice: saffron.

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Admittedly, eating flowers hasn't sounded so appetising when you put it that way. Might have a quick snack on some orchids.

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Yes. We did that as kids also. Sadly, I would never let my kids do that cause of all the pesticide use. I don't know how I managed to survive as we didn't exactly know what kind of flowers we got after. Probably could have been poisonous.

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78, 31 put a list because when he posted his first comment he was being down voted, so he thought he'd clarify what he meant.

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I kmow she isn't ok, as 2 said she might have dementia and her familgy might not even know she's out and about. So I was simply implying to make sure she knows where she is and if she's doing ok.

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#52, i remember in my childhood house we had wild honeysuckle plants that we'd eat the honey that was inside.

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