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if you were a vegetable, what vegetable would you be?
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Tomato.


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Lol. Tomatoes are fruit.

I'd be a pea.
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carrot.
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How is this an 'everyday issue'?
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How is this an 'everyday issue'?
It could be an everyday issue for people who feel as they are vegetables born in a humans body
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Lol. Tomatoes are fruit.

I'd be a pea.
To begin the fruit or vegetable debate


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To begin the fruit or vegetable debate


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There is no debate - it's a fact. Tomatoes are developed from the ovary in the base of the flower, and contain the seeds of the plant.
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Beetroot


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To begin the fruit or vegetable debate


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In the future, our descendants will look back on this day as the dawn of the legendary 'Fruit or Vegetable' debates. Legends will be written about this day.
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Cabbage, above 99% similarity in DNA, plus I'll be having a 'ball' of a time!
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There is no debate - it's a fact. Tomatoes are developed from the ovary in the base of the flower, and contain the seeds of the plant.
Equally they can be classed as a vegetable


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Red onion.
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In the future, our descendants will look back on this day as the dawn of the legendary 'Fruit or Vegetable' debates. Legends will be written about this day.
hahahahaha!


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A Potato, because it's best vegetable out there.
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