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Ever seen a naked almond? I had to laugh because Bob and I have been watching the TV series, Naked & Afraid. A survival show were two people attempt to spend 21 days in harsh (putting it mildly) conditions… naked. They are allowed one survival tool. Anyway, as I was popping the skins off of the almonds and occasionally one would shoot off into the distance. Bob asked just what the heck I was doing as one skid along side him… I told him, “Sorry, my almonds are naked and afraid!” hehe I hope you can follow my twisted sense of…

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