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Monday, September 14, 2009

Apples and Oranges?

Apples and Oranges?

Time to humorously look at the old cliche.

1) Apples and Oranges both grow on deciduous trees.

2) Apples and Oranges are both called "fruit".

3) Apples and Oranges can both be picked, or fall to the ground from respective, even equal heights.

4) Apples and Oranges both have skins.

5) Apples and Oranges have pulp, juice, seeds within.

6) Apples and Oranges can both be made into a juice form for enjoyment, as well as being edible in their ripened natural states.

7) Apples and Oranges both offer beneficial nutrients and sustenance for the human body.

8) Depending on when they are picked, (and other factors), Apples and Oranges can both be sweet or tart in flavor.


Gee...apples and oranges sure sound alot alike to me. Maybe people should now say that something is like comparing oranges and rutabagas...after all, whoever heard of someone enjoying a cold glass of yellow turnip juice? Yuck.

Keep the humor. Peace.





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