If you would be a fruit, what would you be and why?
As the old cliché goes, "we are what we eat". But does the cliché meant something deeper? Do we associate fruit as symbolic to something about ourselves--emotions? Personality? Perspectives?
Someone would eat me if I became a fruit. However, if you guarantee my protection, then I would like to be a lychee.
I would be a grape, simply because I believe they are the best. Sweet .... and yumm.......
But I do not want anyone to eat me.
A strawberry, just like in that picture. The strawberry is my favorite fruit and I enjoy the bright color of it. Also, I've never had any fruit as sweet as strawberries. The best fruit ever.
being eaten is beside the point.. and yes, ultimate hubber, i would guarantee your protection.
And if i would be a fruit, i would like to be a lansones. simple, sweet, sometimes tart. But most of all, lansones takes time to grow.
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