I ate a banana from the Tree of Knowledge.
Afterwards I thought, “That wasn’t the Tree of Knowledge.”
So I guess it must have been.
note: I’ll still try strawberry and pineapple trees next.
double note: maybe bananas grow on the “Tree of Just a Little Bit of Knowledge“?
triple note: obviously the persimmon tree in the photo isn’t the Tree of Knowledge … or maybe the owners just don’t eat persimmons … or it is the Tree of Knowledge and it’s just a really knowledgable thing to do to keep other people from eating that fruit!
Either way or the other … it looks kind of cool.
quadruple note: Thanks to everyone that voted for me over at Tacky Raccoons! … I smell another t-shirt … or I will after I’ve worn it for a while! hee hee!
quintuple note: I’m not thinking about adding a weekly feature called “Japan for Idiots“. What do you not think about that?
Today # 64
Light years seem light because they are so far away. The years closer to me seem heavier for some reason. (I thought of that today, so it kind of fits)
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I am ignorant about many types of food.
I love food, but don’t usually think too deeply about how it is grown.
In the last few years I have discovered:
– pineapples don’t grow on trees.
– bananas hang on trees the opposite way I thought they did.
– coconuts don’t start out small, brown, and hairy like the ones in the supermarket.
– people do eat chestnuts, just not the kind that grew around my hometown.
(I always wondered why people were roasting chestnuts on an open fire in that Christmas song)
I still haven’t figured out peanuts yet: please don’t tell me, I want it to be a surprise.
note: road apples, prairie oysters, and cow pies do not grow on trees or in the ground. I think one of them is inedible, but I could be wrong.
double note: My in-depth knowledge of how rice is grown hopefully makes up for these other deficiencies.
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