How on earth do they produce seedless watermelons??
Do they have a seed for it? Or do they have little elves that pick the seeds out and stitch it back up??
Isn't that kinda weird... a seed that will extinct itself.
Is that why they taste great though?
Like the last cookie, or the last slice of cake, we know that there's never going to be another... just like the seedless watermelon - he ain't gunna have baby watermelons, is that why he tastes so good?
Maybe the bitter aftertaste is knowing that I'll never be able to have a repeat performance again...
Or at least until tomorrow.
The Internet Age
1 week ago