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“De-Boned” Watermelon?

on September 14, 2016


9 responses to ““De-Boned” Watermelon?

  1. The V Pub says:

    Do they sell boneless ice cream, too?

  2. Lol…reminds me of a biology lesson at school where we convinced one girl that elephants don’t have skeletons..!

  3. Last week I choked on a watermelon and honeydew bone. It was so scary.LOL. I guess someone doesn’t know how to use Google translate correctly. SEEDLESS and BONELESS. at least they got 1/2 right.

  4. Mél@nie says:

    we call it “seedless” water-melon in our “old Europe”… 🙂

  5. mistermuse says:

    This watermelon was in the “Woods,” so who knows what could be in it: twigs, snails, fungus — even bones. So be thankful that it was inspected to make sure it contained no bones. But make no bones about it — while they were at it, they should have also inspected it for other foreign bodies!

    • Garfield Hug says:

      Lol! You are so right as I do remember grandma telling me watermelon had all sorts of “things” in it. Ha ha for some strange reason, I do not find watermelon on my grocery list😊

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