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30 Sep 14 #445748 by AngieP
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Oh no I''m getting really worried now. What''s happened to Shoegirl - come back we need you! (and haway''s naughty humour and pixy''s wisdom and dry humour and everyone else - we all learn from each other)x

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30 Sep 14 #445749 by Shoegirl
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Truth is Angie potatoes became my emotional crutch to get through the roller coaster of divorce.

I moved house so I could have a potato field at the end of my garden. I never thought the carby starch of potatoes would let me down.

That was until a sweet potato came into my life. If I wanted swede I would have asked for it you see. I''m still getting over the trauma and the potato field at the end of my garden is a constant painful reminder of what used to be. My spade is redundant and a cruel reminder of the joyous hours spent in the field digging up fresh potatoes for me tea.

Now I just have fish with no chips. Sausage and no mash. Everything is half of what it used to be and I am bereft.

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30 Sep 14 #445751 by driven40
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I find that Maris piper is a reliable sort of potatoe you just know it has bend through the masher before but come out the other end a stronger potatoe

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30 Sep 14 #445760 by Deedum
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Haven''t you realized that Haway was up all night trying to finish his article for "Spud Weekly" and came on here for some free input!

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30 Sep 14 #445761 by hawaythelads
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There''s only one potato for me that befits my Royal status.......
HRH xx

p.s No...There''s no such potato as the mysogynist piper.

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30 Sep 14 #445779 by raybird
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any potato will do if its smothered with butter, baked beans, cheese... and just discovered sweet potato chips :)xxxxxx

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01 Oct 14 #445782 by pixy
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The thing is, Shoes, that if you let this fear dominate your life, you will end up looking back on a life half lived. With help from the wonderful wikis you can find the courage to get through this, one chip at a time. Counselling might help. A good counsellor will help you ask yourself not "how did I end up like this" but "how did I allow myself to be betrayed so totally by an edible tuber". You are worth so much more than a diet without a significant source of carbohydrate. Have faith.

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