Just look at this gnarly conjoined banana.

Just look at it.



23 Responses to “Just look at this gnarly conjoined banana.”

  1. dr15 says:

    I ate one of those once. It was awesome.

  2. John Hattan says:

    Ray Comfort is currently working this picture into his creationism presentations to show how God even designed special bananas for conjoined twins.

  3. Wingnut says:

    “Now that’s just not right.”


  4. John Furlan says:

    The banana posts are the best.

  5. oasisob1 says:

    Bananas don’t have seeds, so how did you think they made more?

    • pjcamp says:

       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.

  6. Lobster says:

    For some reason it reminds me of alligators.

  7. FusionEnvy says:

    Behold the atheists nightmare. Now if you study a well made banana you will … http://boingboing.net/2008/06/09/bananas-are-atheist.html

  8. flappy says:

    Alex Van Halen’s dream rendered in peelable snack foods. 

  9. I am trying to remember where I’d seen that before… I think it might have something to do with Rule 34.

  10. Randy Walters says:

    I know what you’re thinking.

  11. allium says:


  12. steamed punk says:

    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. .

  13. Captdrastic says:

    I saw that happen once in a bathhouse.

  14. heavystarch says:

    diphallus banana

  15. euansmith says:

    It looks like they are about to punch through the viewer’s space helmet, a la “Alien” or “Preposterous”. 

  16. Missy says:

    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?

  17. Me says:

    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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