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a completely unimportant thought that is stuck in my head

Sometimes I get songs stuck in my head and sometimes I get words stuck in my head and sometimes I get thoughts stuck in there and here’s one that’s been taking up space periodically over the last few months:

How does one describe the difference between black cherry and cherry?

This isn’t a koan. I’m pretty sure someone could describe the difference, since I can definitely taste the difference and there’s a very real difference. But it’s tough to put it into words. I suppose black cherry is more mellow and cherry is more tangy/tart?

In other news I can’t stand having to wait until Monday to put up another episode of my podcast! I’m so excited that you guys like it!

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  • Edward Hubbard

    loved the podcast Alison, stay beautiful darlin!

  • Thanks!

  • I have listened to many comedy podcasts and only download 4.  Adam, Larry Miller, Doug Benson and My New Best Friend.  Keep up the great work (on your own and making Adam “EARN” the big bucks).

  • Black cherries have longer stems with thicker girth.

  • Ha!

  • Brandon Hales

    A wild cherry would put the next up episode now.

  • you more or less nailed it… black cherries are more bitter and have a “sharper” taste, which could be perceived as mellowing out the tangy sweetness of a sweet cherry

  • I agree, I don't do the Doug Benson one, I like Rikki Lindhome's “Making it” on the Nerdist network that one is really good. Outside of that rest of them aren't consistently that good….

  • Cherries they are in your head, messing up your game!

  • Voltaire

    I like to touch and lick cherries of all varieties.  I enjoy your work.

  • a Koan? really? what were you smoking…

  • Alison is so popular now! *sniff* It's like watching a nerdy girl become cool over night! I'm so happy for her. It was only last year where she was afraid to even date a guy! *sniff*

  • Edward Hubbard

    loved the podcast Alison, stay beautiful darlin!

  • Thanks!

  • I have listened to many comedy podcasts and only download 4.  Adam, Larry Miller, Doug Benson and My New Best Friend.  Keep up the great work (on your own and making Adam “EARN” the big bucks).

  • I have tried many comedy podcasts but only subscribe to four.  Adam, Larry Miller, Doug Benson and My New Best Friend.  Keep up the great work (on your own and making Adam “EARN” the big bucks).

  • Black cherries have longer stems with thicker girth.

  • Ha!

  • Brandon Hales

    A wild cherry would put the next up episode now.

  • you more or less nailed it… black cherries are more bitter and have a “sharper” taste, which could be perceived as mellowing out the tangy sweetness of a sweet cherry

  • catsmeow05

    I agree, I don’t do the Doug Benson one, I like Rikki Lindhome’s “Making it” on the Nerdist network that one is really good. Outside of that rest of them aren’t consistently that good….

  • catsmeow05

    Cherries they are in your head, messing up your game!

  • Voltaire

    I like to touch and lick cherries of all varieties.  I enjoy your work.   

  • a Koan? really? what were you smoking…

  • boinkity

    Alison is so popular now! *sniff* It’s like watching a nerdy girl become cool over night! I’m so happy for her. It was only last year where she was afraid to even date a guy! *sniff*

  • She's still nerdy!

  • She’s still nerdy!

  • Tamsies

    Your podcast debuted at number 1 on iTunes in the Comedy section! Congrats!

  • Tamsies

    Your podcast debuted at number 1 on iTunes in the Comedy section! Congrats!

  • Bishop

    Allison, I didn't know what Koan was until your post. I Wikipedia'd it and now I feel a bit smarter.

  • Bishop

    Allison, I didn’t know what Koan was until your post. I Wikipedia’d it and now I feel a bit smarter.

  • Fred

    The black cherries have a rapsheet.

  • Fred

    The black cherries have a rapsheet.

  • Fred

    The black cherries have a rapsheet.

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