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Apples, oranges, and pears. Nothing compares. An apple. An orange. A pear. An apple is an apple. An orange is an orange. A pear is a pear. Nothing compares. An apple is not an orange. An orange is not a pear. A pear is not an apple. An apple is not an orange or a pear. An orange is not a pear or an apple. A pear is not an apple or an orange. Nothing rhymes with orange. An orange sounds like an orange. An apple and an orange and a pear are not a pair. An apple looks like an apple and tastes like an apple. An orange looks like an orange and tastes like an orange. A pear looks like a pear and tastes like a pear and even sounds like a pair. Nothing compares. An apple does not look or taste like an orange or a pear. An orange does not look or taste like a pear or an apple. A pear does not look or taste like an apple or an orange. An orange is an orange. An orange is orange. An apple is a fruit. An orange is a fruit. A pear is a fruit. All fruits are fruit. Fruits are fruity by definition. Fruits are not vegetables and vegetables are not fruit. Fruits look and taste like fruit. Vegetables look and taste like vegetables. Fruits do not look and taste like vegetables and vegetables do not look and taste like fruit. There are exceptions. There are exceptions to exceptions. Etc. Vegetables are edible. Fruit is edible. An apple is edible. An orange is edible. A pear is edible. To eat an apple, an orange, or a pear! Nothing compares. There are many kinds of apples. There are many kinds of oranges. There are many kinds of pears. Apples have different colors. Oranges have similar colors. Pears have different colors. Apples are red. Apples are green. Apples are yellow. Oranges are orange because an orange is orange. Pears are red. Pears are green. Pears are yellow. Pears are brown. Apples are white on the inside. Oranges are orange on the inside. Pears are white on the inside. Apples can be brown on the inside. Oranges are not brown on the inside or outside. Oranges are not red. Oranges are not yellow. Oranges are not green. Oranges are orange. Period. Pears can be brown on the inside. Fruit rots. Apples rot. Oranges rot. Pears rot. Apples have various origins. Oranges have various origins. Pears have various origins. Apples are from temperate climates. Oranges are from tropical climates. Pears are from temperate climates. A temperate climate is not a tropical climate. A tropical climate is not a temperate climate. There are various fruits in various climates. An apple is sweet. An orange is sweet. A pear is sweet. An apple is sour. An orange is bitter. A pear is bland. An apple can be too hard. An orange cannot be too hard. A pear can be too hard. An apple can become sauce. An apple can become butter. An orange can become marmalade. A pear can be baked in a pie. An apple can be baked in a pie. An orange is not baked in a pie. An orange can become juice. A pear can become juice. An apple can become juice. There is fruit juice and there is vegetable juice. Fruit juice is sweet. Vegetable juice is sweet. Fruit juice is sour. Vegetable juice is sour. Fruits are fruit and vegetables are vegetables. There are frozen vegetables. There is frozen fruit. There are fresh vegetables. There is fresh fruit. There are raw vegetables. There is ripe fruit. There are cooked vegetables. There is fried fruit. There are dried fruits. There are dried apples. There are dried oranges. There are dried pears. There are also nuts. There are also seeds. Apples have seeds. Oranges have seeds. Pears have seeds. Fruits have seeds. Vegetables do not have seeds. Vegetables come from plants. Fruits come from plants. Fruit flowers from plants. Fruits are the fruit of plants. Vegetables are parts of plants. There are edible plants. There are inedible plants. There are plants with toxic effects. There are plants with narcotic effects. There are plants with hallucinatory effects. There are mushrooms with hallucinatory effects. Mushrooms are not plants. Herb is a plant. Weed is a plant. Grass is a plant and a weed. Plants are planted in gardens. Vegetables are planted in gardens. Fruit is not planted in gardens. Fruit trees are planted in gardens. There are apple trees. There are orange trees. There are pear trees. Apple trees bear apples. Orange trees bear oranges. Pear trees bear pears. Nothing compares. A tree is a tree. A tree is not an animal. There are many kinds of trees. Not all trees bear fruit. Trees have roots. Trees have leaves. Trees have flowers. Trees have seeds. Trees stem from the ground and branch out. Trees form forests. Trees are cut down. Trees are planted. There is deforestation and there is reforestation. Now there is a pair! Planting trees can bear a lot of fruit. There can be lots of fruit. There can be lots of apples. There can be lots of oranges. There can be lots of pears. Apples for everyone! Oranges for everyone! Pears for everyone! Apples, oranges, and pears! Nothing compares.
Copyright © 2008 Marco Alexandre de Oliveira
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