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    slow as pudding to bake

    Hello. I am wondering if it usually takes a long time to bake a pudding. / And what does "a peach in the sun" mean in this context?
    Please help. Thank you.

    ------------(The sentences below are from a children's book)
    Mom: Shoes and socks! Hurry and scurry
    Kid: (thinking) But I was slow as pudding to bake
    as turtle half-awake as a peach in the sun as a snail going to run...
    Last edited by frindle2; 14-Jul-2014 at 08:48.

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    Re: slow as pudding to bake

    It looks like nonsense to me.

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