Cory Doctorow at 10:45 am Mon, Dec 31, 2012
Just look at it.
I’d eat it.
I ate one of those once. It was awesome.
Ray Comfort is currently working this picture into his creationism presentations to show how God even designed special bananas for conjoined twins.
“Now that’s just not right.”
The banana posts are the best.
Bananas don’t have seeds, so how did you think they made more?
Of course bananas have seeds. But through selective breeding, diploid and polyploid forms have been produced that reduce the seeds to a very tiny size. Next time you eat one, look at all those tiny black specks. Those are the seeds.
For some reason it reminds me of alligators.
Behold the atheists nightmare. Now if you study a well made banana you will … http://boingboing.net/2008/06/09/bananas-are-atheist.html
Alex Van Halen’s dream rendered in peelable snack foods.
I am trying to remember where I’d seen that before… I think it might have something to do with Rule 34.
I know what you’re thinking.
How did you know I was thinking of two moray eels sharing a sleeping bag?
Two eels sharing a sleeping bag? That’s a Moray!
The left one definitely the most eel looking face I have ever seen on a conjoined banana.
Thanks for posting, Cory!
Here is the unopened conjoined banana and an alternate view from the rear. As for the taste I was surprised that they didn’t taste the same. The one on the right tasted better. The one on the left was a bit overripe. .
I saw that happen once in a bathhouse.
It looks like they are about to punch through the viewer’s space helmet, a la “Alien” or “Preposterous”.
It’s the Fukushima Banana, twice the flavor and potassium as your ordinary banana. As a new species found, do you get to name it and patent its genetic material?
Seeing as how all bananas are clones of each other, that must mean that something in the environment caused that to happen. I wonder what is was?
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