noun, 1950’s slang; hen’s eggs used for food
Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word cackleberries.
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Crackleberries are not cherries, or noisy toys with taste. They are probably listed as imaginary in a book on fairy tales. I’ll have a go at their rosy bloom, and delicate crackle when touched. Ah, maybe I’ll even bake a cake of crackleberries and hot chocolate fudge ! 😊😁😘🤗🤗🙂
Like your fun thoughts. The cake sounds delicious.
Like it! 😀
It is a fun word.
I like the word…makes me smile.
Oooh, I love this idea even better, it inspires my creativity! 🙂 Surprisingly, for someone growing up in farm country, I’ve never heard this word before that I can remember! I’m going to think of it every time I open a box of eggs now!
I am glad you like the new concept. Should I keep it? I know what you mean…eggs are now cackleberries in my world. I liked your post.
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