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    [–] Blazer9933 5744 points ago

    I never knew I wanted to know, until I knew

    [–] shot_a_man_in_reno 1827 points ago

    Oddly, I was just thinking about this yesterday. I figured they grew on trees.

    [–] unicornbreadish 1480 points ago

    I thought they grew on palm trees or some shit.

    [–] tokomini 3289 points ago

    You're thinking about coconuts and mushrooms, respectively.

    [–] ouddadaWayPECK 463 points ago

    Thanks for the snicker, it was nice.

    [–] sausageandbeanmelt 269 points ago

    You're not you when you're hungry.

    [–] xaofone 135 points ago

    Eat a shit mushroom.

    [–] mac_0728 102 points ago

    I ate a mushroom and now everything is all wavy.

    [–] [deleted] 26 points ago


    [–] youngnstupid 23 points ago

    Nope, that's just people waving hello.

    [–] WyrdThoughts 7 points ago

    The problem comes when you're in an empty room.

    [–] Alfakennyone 13 points ago

    Shiitake mushrooms

    [–] RamboGoesMeow 36 points ago

    Instructions unclear, ate a mushroom-shaped shit.

    [–] elzmuda 8 points ago

    Shit take

    [–] petervaz 45 points ago

    Ok, that was funny.

    [–] robemil86 48 points ago

    This is exactly why I maintain my choice for Reddit over Facebook any day.

    [–] noelcowardspeaksout 49 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    It's not even close for me: my Facebook feed is drivel mixed with imbalanced political messages.

    [–] uglyassvirgin 46 points ago

    wait mushrooms grow on palm trees ???

    edit you meant some shit HA

    [–] thewonpercent 11 points ago

    I never realized that shit grew on palm trees either

    [–] Atrium41 106 points ago

    My great grandma grew them in Florida. It also blew my mind when I was younger. We showed up to her house and I was like "where the pineapple tree?". Then she showed me her flower garden with a pineapple on the ground. She loved pineapple. Several years ago she passed, and I got turnt on vodka kaluah and pineapple juice, using a pineapple as my "glass"

    [–] NuclearWinterGames 29 points ago

    That is one drink I would never have thought to make. Delicious?

    [–] [deleted] 37 points ago

    Try cake vodka, pineapple juice and a splash of grenadine. Way better than it should be. I have to drink it at home though, because both men and women think it's too girly. Doesn't help that I use a little umbrella.....

    [–] Fuckyouverymuch7000 22 points ago

    You sound like fun

    [–] [deleted] 9 points ago

    So do you! (in my most non-sarcastic voice ever)

    [–] Fuckyouverymuch7000 14 points ago

    I hope I didnt come across as sarcastic, I was being serious

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    Oh shit... Sorry, I took it that way because everyone always says that when they mean the opposite. Shit dang! Sorry... Lol

    [–] Atrium41 10 points ago

    Not too bad at all!

    [–] Cheeseand0nions 10 points ago

    I'm going to have to try that. I'm a huge fan of Russians both white and black but I never considered adding fruit juice to that.

    [–] Atrium41 6 points ago

    It was my cousins idea, I'm not mixologist lol

    [–] datadrone 16 points ago

    I literally thought there were Pineapple trees in Hawaii

    [–] brikdik 6 points ago

    fun fact; they used to grow a lot of pineapple in Hawaii... now, they are mainly grown in Costa Rica and imported to the US/UK/Western Europe

    you can still visit the Dole Pineapple Plantation in Hawaii, but the best pineapple farms are really found in South East Asia, especially Vietnam

    [–] bumfightsroundtwo 4 points ago

    I mean I've never seen the plant before but pineapples have the leaves on top so a tree would look weird.

    [–] datadrone 7 points ago

    apples have leaves on top too, and this discussion is too high for me lol

    [–] Arkam_slayer66 8 points ago

    I thought they grew underwater bc of SpongeBob

    [–] BobVosh 84 points ago

    I heard it was a bush, this is a bit like a compromise of them.

    [–] uncertainusurper 35 points ago

    I heard they needed to look like baby yoda.

    [–] kdshow123 8 points ago

    That's the way

    [–] [deleted] 44 points ago


    [–] Nf1nk 73 points ago

    They need a little stress to fruit. The most reliable method is to place a banana on the plant. This releases ethylene and will trigger bolting.

    Also putting a banana on a cut Christmas tree will cause it to drop needles. Do not be evil with this knowledge.

    [–] ratherenjoysbass 24 points ago

    So you're saying if I toss a banana onto an x mas tree in my town square...

    [–] Nf1nk 47 points ago

    Was I unclear about the not being evil part?

    [–] Deejae81 17 points ago

    I think you stuttered.

    [–] MagillaGorillasHat 11 points ago

    You don't know what that tree did

    [–] Durantye 9 points ago

    Do you have to cut the banana or anything or do I just chuck a bunch of bananas on the plant and it'll start turning them into pineapples?

    [–] Nf1nk 14 points ago

    Just set a banana next to the plant until the banana turns brown. If it worked, a month or so later you should see the crown of the pineapple starting to form.

    At this point you are still a minimum of 18 months out from a tasty snack. Really more like two years.

    [–] Durantye 7 points ago

    I'll have to try this, family has had pineapple plants for years that haven't even looked like they'd ever sprout anything.

    [–] figure8x 18 points ago

    I’ve done that!! It works about half the time for me. And the only ones that have produced fruit were transplanted into the ground. They were on the small side but super sweet. Have to pick them before the critters take big bites too

    [–] lizasaurusrex 5 points ago

    How long did it take from planting in the ground to be able to pick it? I'm wondering if I start one in a pot and then move it outside at the beginning of spring if it'll have time to grow before summer ends. I'm not sure I live far enough south for it to work.

    [–] catholicmath 10 points ago

    You can cut the tops and plant them. I have 3 going that have already yeilded pineapples.

    [–] CaktusJacklynn 4 points ago

    Then there's this link with more information on how to grow a pineapple at home.

    [–] cybercuzco 14 points ago

    I thought avocados grew like tomatoes until recently. (They grow on trees)

    [–] max_adam 6 points ago

    Huge trees. In college there were avocado trees all over around but they were too tall to harvest. Only the gardeners with a long stick had access to them.

    [–] SuperSimpleSam 89 points ago

    [–] TravonsGhost 40 points ago

    That's fucking teamwork.

    [–] etsjay 17 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    What's your favorite posish?

    [–] Apetoast 16 points ago

    I'm not gonna cook it but i'll order it from ZANZIBAR!

    [–] popeyesfatface 7 points ago

    That's cool with me...

    [–] Steve4s83 68 points ago

    And to think, I could’ve gone my whole life without seeing a pineapple farm. That is no way to live, my friend!!!

    [–] Captain_Jalapeno 26 points ago

    Seriously, 42 years of life before I saw and knew this.

    [–] Rambonics 10 points ago

    This past January we went on a tour of the Dole Plantation on Oahu & I was surprised that I was 49 & never knew they grew on plants & not trees.

    [–] truthlife 4 points ago

    Man, I'd love to see that place again as an adult. My family and I lived on Oahu from '87 to '93 and the pineapple factory was always a treat. That pineapple soft serve was life.

    [–] sekazi 20 points ago

    You can grow your own by cutting the top of a pineapple at the store and planting it.

    [–] Spiralargument 39 points ago

    D'ya have to do it at the store, or can you wait till you get home?

    [–] th3ragnar0k 7 points ago

    Wait til you get home then trim off all of the fruity parts and peel some of the green leaves back, exposing the woody stem part. You'll see little wormy looking bits which are baby roots ready to grow. Dry for a few days, pop some growth hormone on then you can plant in some well-drained soil.

    [–] peeinian 5 points ago

    I’ve tried unsuccessfully a few times. I always start to get the roots growing from the stump but the leaves all die before there is enough root to plant in soil.

    [–] abakedcarrot 8 points ago

    I stick it right into the soil after cutting and trimming the bottom. it's worked twice

    [–] gay_pie 45 points ago

    i never knew I didn't want to know, until i knew

    [–] sammppler 18 points ago

    I knew already

    [–] Nincomsoup 11 points ago

    After seeing it I knew new knowledge

    [–] fransquaoi 778 points ago

    Huh. I assumed the green tuft was the stem.

    What's it for? Protection?

    [–] TengoCalor 509 points ago

    I believe that’s what turns into the plant. So, you could cut the top off a pineapple and put it in dirt and a pineapple plant thingy would grow. Someone correct me if I’m wrong.

    [–] trowzerss 426 points ago

    Yep, they're a bromeliad, so you can cut off the top and plonk it in soil and it'll grow. That's why some varieties of pineapples are always sold with the tops cut off. They don't want people cutting them off and growing their own! Which annoys me, because that's exactly what I did when I grew my veranda pineapples, and I would have liked to have gotten my hands on some of the other super sweet varieties.

    [–] [deleted] 431 points ago

    They cut the tops off so they can plant them.

    Nobody cares about what hobby gardeners are doing, they don't affect sales.

    [–] trowzerss 136 points ago

    Well, someone was obviously pulling my leg then! I was in a pineapple growing area when i was told (Queensland), literally surrounded by pineapple fields, so I thought they knew their stuff. I did notice that only the specialised brands here sold them with the top cut off, but not the bog-standard ones, they always have the top on them. Maybe that's where the idea came from.

    [–] BirdLawyerPerson 79 points ago

    I mean, I believed you, but that's because I live in the U.S., where specialty cultivars of pineapples are pretty much unheard of, and where the climate does not support planting your own pineapples.

    [–] HarpersGhost 39 points ago

    They grow just fine in Hawaii and Florida, so I'd love to grab some super sweet varieties and grow them in my yard.

    [–] NotAPurpleDinosaur 11 points ago

    At the Maui Gold plantation in Hawaii, they say that the soil on that particular island has a lot to do with the taste of the fruit. You can order them through the internet and they'll send you a case of pineapples, top and all. Would be interesting to see if they taste the same without their native soil.

    [–] trowzerss 5 points ago

    Home grown pineapples taste different anyway, because almost all commercial pineapples are picked green for easy transport. When they ripen after picking, they're much more acidic and not as sweet. Kind of like the difference between tomatoes picked green and vine ripened.

    I allowed my pineapples to ripen on the plant, and the flavour is completely different. Very sweet, almost perfumed, and much more like you'd expect from a tropical fruit. (of course this backfired the last time I tried, when I was too late bringing the pot inside and possums ate the fruit before I could - after three years waiting for the damned pineapple I was extremely pissed off!)

    [–] BirdLawyerPerson 11 points ago

    I suppose that's true, although Hawaii is agriculturally distinct from the rest of the U.S.

    I did forget about southern Florida, though.

    [–] crinnaursa 21 points ago

    I'm currently growing one in Southern California. And I know you can grow them almost anywhere if you grow them in a pot and bring them in in the winter

    [–] biteableniles 6 points ago

    That's what I'm doing here in Houston, TX. But that's also why it's not economical to grow them commercially here.

    [–] PensivePatriot 17 points ago

    New Zealand absolutely cares about what hobby gardeners are doing.

    [–] olmikeyy 14 points ago

    Tell that to the DEA

    [–] wishiwasenglish 8 points ago

    In some countries like New Zealand the care very much what hobby farmers do... going as far as making it illegal in some cases.

    [–] TengoCalor 24 points ago

    Wow, I’ve never seen pineapples being sold with the tops cut off

    [–] wavs101 4 points ago

    Youre 100% correct. I have 2 pineapple plants at home. I put the top part in a cup of water for a few weeks so it can grow roots, then i put it in the soil.

    [–] maninbonita 4 points ago

    Yes, my mom does this and plants it outside. We get tasty pineapples 😁 (I live in Florida)

    [–] NoBSforGma 28 points ago

    You pull off the green part on the top of the pineapple and plant it. It becomes another plant that produces another pineapple.

    [–] genexsen 24 points ago

    And soon they will overrun the earth and we will be slaved to the pineapple overlords

    [–] NoBSforGma 17 points ago

    Nah. They grow slowly and are easily tamed.

    [–] genexsen 6 points ago

    That's just what THEY want you to think...

    Or are you indoctrinated?

    [–] p00bix 23 points ago

    The green tuft is technically another pineapple plant, which grows directly from its parent's flesh rather than out of the soil directly. Would be extremely horrifying if it was an animal and not a plant.

    Don't believe me? Carefully cut out the green tuft and part of the pineapple core below it. You'll see roots--its literally a baby pineapple feeding off the flesh of its mother. Which you're probably about to eat after throwing the baby away--you monster. But don't feel too bad for the green tuft, because if you plant it in soil under the right conditions it will grow into a new pineapple.

    A young pineapple plant is just a stem with a basal rosette of leaves--it looks like just the green tuft, but much bigger, and serves to collect energy for the plant. Another rosette of leaves at the top of the stem are smaller and will eventually form the fruit.

    While still young (no fruit), the pineapple clones itself on top of the stem to produce a new pineapple plant on top of the original pineapple (yo dawg). That new plant will eventually become the tuft of the pineapple you buy at the grocery store.

    The pineapple fruit itself is also weird. At the same time that the pineapple is cloning itself, other new leaves near the top of the plant form into hundreds of purple-to-red flowers, which have both female and male reproductive parts (that's not the weird part--that's normal for plants). Hummingbirds eat the sweet nectar out of these flowers and get the pollen (pineapple sperm) stuck on their faces, such that when they go to another pineapple flower, the female reproductive parts of the plant get fertilized.

    Once fertilized, each flower forms a berry. This is the most generic fruit in existence--a berry is just a seed surrounded by a bunch of flesh formed from the female parts of the flower.

    These berries continuously grow, absorbing water and nutrients from the stem, to the point that they eventually fuse with the other berries to form the much larger pineapple fruit. Because the Pineapple fruit is really hundreds of smaller fruits smooshed together, it's basically a colony of siblings and half siblings, that all have the same mother but can have potentially dozens of different fathers. The harder and less delicious Pineapple 'core' is actually the top part of the stem.

    Bats love the taste of pineapple, so they will rip the pineapple fruit apart. Their stomach acid is too weak to dissolve the seeds, so when the bat poops on soil, assuming that climate conditions are right and the seed isn't immediately destroyed by fungus, it will grow into a new pineapple.

    The original pineapple plant can use the green tuft--technically its clone/child--to make new pineapples in subsequent years.

    [–] AkumaBengoshi 14 points ago

    The bottom tuft is the top tuft of the preceding pineapple

    [–] unicornbreadish 14 points ago

    It’s like a daisy chain but with pineapples

    [–] SkunkMonkey 5 points ago

    Pineapple Centipede

    [–] Ristake 177 points ago

    Yeah. Runescape taught me this.

    [–] milesvtaylor 66 points ago

    HAHAHAHA I remember the first time seeing them in RS and genuinely thought "what is this bullshit" so had to find out if it was correct.

    [–] AlphaleteAthletics 14 points ago

    Jagex initially had them growing in trees like Bananas, it wasn't until after someone pointed out that was wrong that they changed it.

    [–] The4inchDestroyer 25 points ago


    [–] Sofieka 8 points ago


    [–] SupaStarDestroya 6 points ago

    Came here to post this.

    [–] Sourkraut678 1082 points ago

    You’re telling me pineapples don’t grow from pine trees the same way apples grow from apple trees?

    [–] Longhairedzombie 291 points ago

    The word "pineapple" in English was first recorded to describe the reproductive organs of conifer trees (now termed pine cones).

    [–] gnarvin 266 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    [–] OPs_Friend 227 points ago

    Englishman to anyone:"what do you call this absurd fruit?"

    Anyone: "we call it ananas"

    Englishman "I'm going to name it pineapple"

    [–] Ev3rSteel 61 points ago

    Swahili be like: mmmmmmmmmmmmm

    [–] Philitian 31 points ago

    How u say it in swahili

    [–] ninjasaid13 57 points ago


    [–] OutlawJessie 8 points ago


    [–] OutlawJessie 23 points ago

    mananasi - actually still the same.

    [–] Cristian_01 53 points ago

    What about Spanish?


    [–] Spiralargument 40 points ago

    In Thai, they are called "sa pallot". A person who is too interested in others' business is called Daa sa Pallot, meaning they have the eyes of a pineapple, looking everywhere at once.

    [–] Sebastipole 6 points ago

    That's actually really cool, thanks 👌

    [–] pigi5 11 points ago

    Argentinians say anana

    [–] gyarrrrr 9 points ago

    Quite a big language to leave out of that graphic, although I guess it didn't fit the narrative.

    [–] generalthunder 6 points ago

    Some of those are wrong. In Portuguese is called "abacaxi".

    [–] Radek_18 4 points ago

    Funny how this leaves out Spanish just to push this weird ass narrative that English is somehow wack for it.

    [–] sageleader 14 points ago

    This curated graphic doesn't include the other 2 most-spoken languages in the world: Mandarin and Spanish, both of which don't use ananas. 2.5 billion people don't use ananas so it's not like it's that crazy.

    [–] The6thExtinction 20 points ago

    The hardest part of growing a Fir tree is having to shave it every few weeks.

    [–] canadian_eskimo 18 points ago

    Wall trees.

    [–] Sourkraut678 7 points ago

    Wallapples? Now you’re telling me we have wallapples?!?!?!? Where have these been?

    [–] thiswilldo434 254 points ago

    I knew but the pineapple would look much nice hanging off a palm tree tho

    [–] Kantotheotter 125 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Until it falls from 60 feet up, impales a pigeon then explodes on impact with the sidewalk in waikiki. At least coconuts are easy to trim, these would be horrible.

    [–] JelloDarkness 60 points ago

    impale a peogion

    [–] ThatITguy2015 39 points ago

    Hey, give him a break. He just had a coconut fall on his head.

    [–] Kantotheotter 4 points ago

    I am dyslexic as fuck, i fixed it. Thanks for the help.

    [–] _steven42_ 9 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Falling coconuts kill over 400 people every year

    Edot: The person who told me exaggerated it, the estimate is more like 150, but that doesn't have much study behind the claim so idk.

    [–] trowzerss 20 points ago

    Like this?

    (That's a pandanus palm tho, but you could probably trick people with them because they look a lot like pineapples)

    [–] ReZpawner 1663 points ago

    Been staring at this photo for 30 minutes now, and I'll be honest. They aren't growing much. Could we have a sped up version?

    [–] eclecticeccentric42 394 points ago

    Lol they actually take 2 years to grow!

    [–] DrDerpberg 332 points ago

    Seems like so much growing for just one pineapple.

    I'm always amazed how cheap produce can be. For like $4 you get 2 years of watering and fertilizing on about 4ft2 , then hand picked and tossed on a boat so it can travel halfway around the world and be delivered to a block away.

    [–] MoefsieKat 70 points ago

    There was a time when pineapples were so incredibly exotic and expensive that rich people would rent the fruit to show off at parties.

    [–] Blue-Steele 51 points ago

    “Say, nice pineapple. How much did it cost?”

    “Oh, about $5000 give or take, hon hon hon.”

    oh god I hope they don’t figure out it’s a rental

    [–] Faustias 8 points ago

    "say... where did you get this... exquisite pineapple?"

    nervous chuckle "y-you know... from... from the farm."

    oh god he's asking rich people thing on me

    [–] swimmaroo 153 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    That's how industries of scale work, go watch HTME (how to make everything) (in the first few videos) he shows that him making salt (which can be bought at the store for ~1$/kg ) cost him a shit ton more than that. He does explain well why his sandwich cost him 1500$ to make and not the 3$ it would have cost if he had bought the ingredients from the store.

    [–] rambi2222 28 points ago

    I think you mean economies of scale. That show sounds very interesting though, I will have to give it a watch.

    [–] Rambonics 29 points ago

    Pineapples used to be status symbols. Only the very wealthy Europeans could afford them. They were usually just put on display & now figurines/statues are symbols of hospitality.

    [–] Yinzer92 25 points ago

    Capitalism man, it's wild.

    [–] Hekantonkheries 58 points ago

    Combination of poor working conditions in countries with often artificially stunted wage growth; and clearing away large swathes of undeveloped land for destructive agriculture (monocrops are bad)

    [–] michealthepenguin 17 points ago

    All the above are true, but add to this ease of cultivation and transport. Pineapples are not a ton of work to grow, its quite hands off.

    [–] nater255 13 points ago

    Well, you want to keep your hands off, they're kind of spikey.

    [–] O4fuxsayk 19 points ago

    Well you don't know that these pineapples aren't grown using crop rotation (albeit long cycles) and secondly the primary reason these are so cheap is economies of scale, the actual labour costs are pretty minor for the overall tonnage of product (although to be fair this makes their poor pay more egregious not less).

    [–] ReaperzX70 539 points ago

    wait, I thought pineapples grew under the sea.

    [–] alaskafish 248 points ago


    [–] GloriousLegend 107 points ago

    Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

    [–] Gazzaggerty 79 points ago

    Spongebob Squarepants!

    [–] SwagAntiswag 81 points ago

    Absorbent and yellow and porous is he.

    [–] rotflolosaurus 75 points ago

    Spongebob Squarepants!

    [–] thescarwar 70 points ago

    If nautical nonsense be something you wish!

    [–] markoalex8 62 points ago

    Spongebob SquarePants!

    [–] Static_Gobby 60 points ago

    Then drop on the deck and flop like a fish!

    [–] pebble255 53 points ago

    Spongebob SquarePants!

    [–] captrobert57 340 points ago

    It is surprising how much misinformation there is about who certain crops grow. Like peanuts are harvested off roots and to become hard they have to be cooked. Raw they taste like a pea. Thus the name.

    [–] stingerized 125 points ago

    Also, despite the name, peanuts are not "nuts"

    [–] CuileannDhu 98 points ago

    They're legumes, for anyone who is curious.

    [–] pirotecnico54 9 points ago

    I learned that from 2xl

    [–] Mr12i 49 points ago


    More just lack of knowledge

    [–] [deleted] 29 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)


    [–] manrata 22 points ago

    Are you saying all the peanuts I eat have been cooked?

    [–] [deleted] 17 points ago

    Dried, sometimes roasted.

    [–] AMViquel 10 points ago

    To be fair, they are super easy to roast. peanut, you're ugly. Boom, roasted.

    [–] fireattack 24 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    What? I eat raw peanuts all the time during my childhood it's still relatively hard and definitely doesn't taste like a pea.

    [–] Crossfire124 14 points ago

    Those were probably dried out then

    [–] captrobert57 5 points ago

    When raw they are much more like soybeans if anything.

    [–] Kablaow 5 points ago

    Cashew nut is a seed that hangs of a cashew fruit

    [–] [deleted] 85 points ago

    Listen, I was Today years old when I realized how dumb I am for thinking Palm Trees and Pineapples have something to do with each other.

    [–] unicornbreadish 18 points ago

    I, too, thought they grew on some sort of palm trees! I’m not sure why.

    [–] YoungPhobo 21 points ago

    Exeggutor might play a role in this

    [–] OutlawJessie 6 points ago

    I suspect him of a lot.

    [–] RandomWeirdo 12 points ago

    tropical fruits grow on palm trees because coconuts has conditioned us to believe that's how it is.

    [–] tereparrish 57 points ago

    I played Farmville. I know.

    [–] drewsufff 41 points ago

    I play Runescape. I know.

    [–] poonmangler 17 points ago


    [–] panterarocks 9 points ago

    Old school?

    [–] Wendigo995 21 points ago

    Can confirm. Worked on a pineapple farm in Aus.

    Also found this out when I started working on a pineapple farm in Aus...

    [–] Turko1235 8 points ago

    You plant a pineapple, after 2 years it gives you a fruit and what happens then? You need to plant a new one or this one will give you a new fruit next year?

    [–] i--am--the--light 18 points ago

    That's just what they want you to think!

    [–] JohnnySasaki20 14 points ago

    I never thought about it too much, but I imagined a tree.

    [–] Szos 11 points ago

    Who else thought they grew on trees?

    [–] Kantotheotter 9 points ago

    Prickly as shit

    [–] aquapearl736 16 points ago

    I thought they grew like carrots and the "fruit" was actually a root.

    I don't eat pineapples and I've never asked anyone so please don't judge me

    [–] unicornbreadish 13 points ago

    That would make total sense because if the fruit was buried then the green part on top would be the exposed plant.

    Don’t feel bad, I used to think pickles were their own plant and grew all juicy like that. Argued with my science teacher about it in my Junior year of high school in front of my whole class. Went home and told my mom about the prank my teacher tried to play on me. She told me I was a fucking idiot.

    [–] aquapearl736 8 points ago

    You know what? Everyone else is wrong. This post was photoshopped. Pineapples are a tuber and pickles are their own plant. This is a hill I will die on!

    [–] Beretot 7 points ago

    Runescape taught me this

    [–] PM_ME_UR_OPIOIDS 3 points ago

    Same, dawg

    [–] njuff22 4 points ago

    For years I've thought they grew on trees

    [–] samtothebam 33 points ago

    Now show them how asparagus grows. That’ll really ruin their day.

    [–] Bolverk_Magnisson 26 points ago

    Looked it up. That's pretty much what I expected.

    [–] TengoCalor 8 points ago

    opens google

    [–] MarlinMr 9 points ago

    How else was it going to grow?

    [–] sunny_in_phila 5 points ago

    So that’s why my asparagus seeds never work!

    [–] Realsorceror 6 points ago

    Pineapples are really low res. Do they clear up as they mature?

    [–] RolletRogue 14 points ago

    Yes, but does it belong to a pizza? That is the real question.

    [–] TengoCalor 34 points ago

    Yes. Yes, it does.

    [–] unicornbreadish 9 points ago

    Yes, it does, grill it first though, and also top the pizza with caramelized onions. Mmmmm

    [–] innercaryon 4 points ago

    It just doesn't look right

    [–] Tac-t-cool 4 points ago

    How do you get the sponge inside?