If you were a fruit... what fruit would you be.. and why?
I enjoy ligh questions that say a bit about our personality. So this tie.. I'm wondering.. If you were a fruit... would you be sweet or acid? What colour would you have? What does that say about you?
I'd say it would have to be an orange. It's a citrus fruit with vibrant color, sweet (sometimes sour) taste, and lots of health benefits. Such characteristics reflect my personality. I am a vibrant and fun-loving person who is very caring and sweet to her loved ones. However, I can be pesky sometimes (sour). But overall, I am a protective and nurturing individual ('health benefits').
And am sorry if this does not make any sense at all. Hahaha!
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If I am a fruit it would be Durian, The King of All fruits, creating impact where ever I goes. The thorn make me look so aggressive but actually I got a nice surprised inside. I comes in many taste that make heaven on earth.
If I were a fruit I'd be some sort of futuristic hybrid mix of several types of fruit. Blended in color and taste. A conversation starter, nutritional, essential.
I'd be a banana, cause it's both a dessert and a healthy snack!
maybe a pomegranate...smoothe but tough skinned and nutty on the inside!!
If I were a fruit I would be a pineapple, I have an extremely rough and abrasive shell but once you get past it, I'm pretty sweet inside, my core is ridged and tough from top to bottom. Oh, and my hair use to look just like that when I was younger, lol
If I were a fruit I think I would like to be a strawberry simply because it's my favorite fruit.
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