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    • Tree? I thought it was a bush, they used to grow by my grannies pond
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    • Still do. And raspberries, huckleberries when i beat the bears to them... teachin my grandson how to look for them
      donbeca 11 mar
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    • Didn't have to worry about money for snacks, that shit filled me up, lol
      rico2 14 mar
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    • Probably thinking about mul berries
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    • This reminds me of our mulberry tree, it's right outside the family room of our old house in Corona. They're so delicious and nutritious🤤😋 We didn't care that it caused purple stains all over the carpeting. Good memories!
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    • In Italy for 6 years from5-11 age back in the late 1950's .. we ate everything from mother nature
      wyrick 14 mar
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    • I remember it being a bush or vine and they were fire. I don't really see em anymore but I was outside running around as a kid I'm grown with 3 kids now so that's probably why.
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    • I still love them, they're blackberries and my mom used to make BlackBerry cobbler and homemade ice cream. I loved growing up in the country.
      tomcattkb 13 mar
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    • I used! Mulberry trees!
      jonno 13 mar
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    • I'd like to know where you find blackberries growing on a tree
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    • Mulberries bitch! All day long!
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    • I ate them off the Bush. But yeah they were good!
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    • Anyone out there ever climb for blackberries
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    • Mullberry tree. They stain everything !
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    • And we didn't even worry about Snakes😋
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    • Well... The bush for sure
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    • From the bush.
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    • Brambles, not trees
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    • I ate them from a vine. They don’t grow on trees. 🤣
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    • Got in trouble too. And still do
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    • I still do as an adult
      k5412 14 mar
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    • Yes, in Mexico
      ramnale 14 mar
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    • Big bushes mot tress. Best pies ever made with these
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    • Hell yes I did
      rico2 14 mar
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    • And you know what never watch them either never got sick
      CarlBrown 14 mar
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    • You don’t even see this any more
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    • As often as possible but mindful of where they're growing
      frtlnr062 13 mar
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    • Store bought will never be as sweet. Thanks grandpa.
      Rose1234 13 mar
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    • Mulberries are the shit!! I loved them as a kid. A few times I ate them until I got sick (and they definitely grew on trees at least that's what I think they thought these were)
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    • Not as a youngin but have eaten them from a Bush
      taniaye 13 mar
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    • Until I had the screaming shits
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    • A bush and my grandma had a gooseberry bush too. Oh my gosh can’t forget the rhubarb . Loved it
      jodia 13 mar
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    • Me, and it is not a tree it is a bush
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    • Those berries look huge
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    • That's a blackberry bush!
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    • Every summer! And would have purple feet face and hands!! ( Iwas always barefoot as a child)
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    • They come from a vine. Sorry just had to correct ya on that. And yes i do remember because i've picked half a 5 gallon bucket of those to get a knife :> (i like knives ok)
      fire_kat 13 mar
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    • My mom use to make pies with them! To clean our our systems out! That's an instant laxative! 😂
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    • Got the chiggers too!
      trixie68 13 mar
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    • These don't grow on trees, you big dummy.
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    • They don't grow on trees. They grow on bushes
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    • Me, and huckleberries, blueberries, and blackberries
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    • My best friend had those in her yard and we would pick them for a snack. I wonder why I can't find them now.
      DebiD1957 13 mar
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    • I know my Dad did with a big Easter type Basket for us all
      Nino45 13 mar
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    • Except ours didn’t grow on trees, lol
      kennek 12 mar
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    • Oh the scratches you were willing to withstand digging thru weeds to get to the good ones! Lol
      ashbuz 11 mar
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    • Heck yeah.
      bunny4069 14 mar
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    • tree don't think so, prickly vine yes
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    • Yup! Prevents Covid
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    • Who else has eaten so many they got sick
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    • Tree? Hehe ok yeah they do get big lol
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    • I did but i wudnt eat that now.
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    • Black berries and raspberries both grow on briars or vine-like plants with briars on the stems and limbs NOT a freakin tree and huckleberries are the same as blueberries ,wild ones grow on short small little bush-like plants close to the ground and tame blueberries grow on larger (some 4 feet to 8
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    • Me did!
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    • I did
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    • Vine, not a tree
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    • Me me me
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    • We had a huge raspberry bush on the side of our house and the neighborhood was still pretty much woods, so lots of blackberries
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    • I damn sure did! 😁
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    • Yes... I miss that Mulberry tree...
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    • We still do 😀
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    • I put more in my belly than I did in my bucket 😅😅😅
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    • Put em in my cereal!!
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    • Still do
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    • Me
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    • Still do
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    • I did
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    • Mulberries
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    • Wasn’t a tree it was a thorny bush
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    • Still do
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    • They DO NOT grow on a tree moron! They grow on briar bushes. On Mars. In the winter time.
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    • Not a tree
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    • I still do
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    • Not a living soul, they don't grow on tree's they grow on board.
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    • From a bush not a tree and blackberries are amazing
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    • I miss those days 😪
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    • Love picking these as a kid
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    • I did
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    • @i sure did and then had to pull briars out of pants and legs
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    • Me, tasted great. Took some home for mom to make a pie.
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    • They grew in my moms backyard i remember the juice staing my hands
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    • Bush...
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    • I did when I want horse back rideing
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    • Mulberry as good as blackberries
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    • Used to pick them at my Nanas house in the country . And man were my legs scratched up
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    • I did and still do. My girl she looks at me like I'm nuts they were good then and they're good now I survived
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    • I sure did
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    • Still do sirr
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    • Me
      LeeBrewer 16 may
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    • Still do
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    • Still
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    • Who knows they don't grow on trees?
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    • I still do
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    • Hell yeah they were good
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    • I have mother canes in my back yard from the 70s they have never had anything sprayed on them, chemical free and the berries are bigger than my thumb and so sweet. I ate from this same patch as a kid in the early 70's. They where good then and yummy sweet now
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    • Blackberry don't grow on trees. They grow on bushes.
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    • Your! Blow the spiders off of them and then put them in a glass off milk ,other wise you drown the spiders ,poor 🕷 We had a huckleberry tree ,when I got upset I'd go chilling eat the sour green ones and get all euphoric lol yrs later zi found out the green ones are hallucinogenic lmao
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    • I damn sure did. Oh yeah and still do.
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    • Do you mean vine?
      TimAlex 1 may
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    • This East Texas country boy, still do at 70!
      GeneEvett 29 apr
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