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Thursday, September 1, 2011

CNN: 20,000 participate in tomato fight

There is something about a food fight that people simply can't seem to resist. I suppose it is the fact that we were taught in our early years, not to play with our food and how we should be grateful having food on the table at all.

Unbeknownst to our elders, they may have instilled the impression on us that tossing food around is unacceptable and that believe turned in to the proverbial forbidden fruit.

There is some controversy as well; it is perfectly alright throwing tomatoes to a performer on a stage when you don't like his/her act, but you can't do it anywhere else? That doesn't jive, does it?

I can see how a tomato fight would be fun. The fruit of their labor is rather messy too and I wouldn't be surprised if many would end up not just as red as a tomato, but also black and blue.

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Beware though: the tomatoes are always riper...

When they hit someone else!



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