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"I've shucked a lot of corn."............ That was the comment that was on this pin. Perfectly reasonable. The reason I pinned this comment to THIS board? Freakin' Steppenwolf and a mental aberration that picked up on "I've..a..lot..of" and just filled in the blanks wrong.

Shucking Corn on the Cob

"I've shucked a lot of corn."............ That was the comment that was on this pin. Perfectly reasonable. The reason I pinned this comment to THIS board? Freakin' Steppenwolf and a mental aberration that picked up on "I've..a..lot..of" and just filled in the blanks wrong.

Here it is! The corn husking pin. I'm about to try it now. If it's not deleted by tomorrow, it worked!

A Crazy-Cool Trick for Husking Corn on the Cob

Here it is! The corn husking pin. I'm about to try it now. If it's not deleted by tomorrow, it worked!

{Montessori Practical Life} Husking Corn

{Montessori Practical Life} Husking Corn

 Husking Corn

Mis Laminas para Decoupage

Husking Corn

Natural Sensory Activities with Corn

Natural Sensory Activities with Corn

Clean as a whistle corn, without the silk. The easiest and cleanest way to shuck corn on the cob.

Clean as a whistle corn, without the silk. The easiest and cleanest way to shuck corn on the cob.

Learn the Fast and Furious (Silk-Free Way) to Shuck Corn: Start With Fresh Ears

Learn the Fast and Furious (Silk-Free Way) to Shuck Corn

Learn the Fast and Furious (Silk-Free Way) to Shuck Corn: Start With Fresh Ears

dried corn...feeding time, part of the chores

dried corn...feeding time, part of the chores

Shucking corn

Shucking corn

Corn shucking time in North Carolina. The picture was taken in 1939 near Stem in Granville county. This picture was taken on a sharecroppers farm. Corn Shucking was a time of great celebration, and was usually accompanied by dances, feasts, and other festive get togethers. This tradition went all the way back to slavery, when the time slaves were allowed time for rest and celebration.

Corn shucking time in North Carolina. The picture was taken in 1939 near Stem in Granville county. This picture was taken on a sharecroppers farm. Corn Shucking was a time of great celebration, and was usually accompanied by dances, feasts, and other festive get togethers. This tradition went all the way back to slavery, when the time slaves were allowed time for rest and celebration.

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