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    Veggie tales?

    Has anyone ever noticed that over half of all the characters in Veggie tales are actualy fruit.

    whats with that.

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    Shocking. Simply shocking. But from a botanical standpoint, there's no such thing as a vegetable. Corn, for example, is a grass and a tomato is a fruit, and I guess I'm a dork for remembering this little tidbit of high school biology.
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    Who watches veggie tales anyway? But it is pretty funny.

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    My neice who is now 6, used to watch and love that show, or series, or whatever it was. Wasn't too bad, didn't mind watching it with her.

    I guess the name "fruitie tales" might've raise some eyebrows.
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    C'mon, baptists would never have a problem with "fruitie tales"!

    [edit] for that matter, don't larry and bob live together? Sounds suspicious to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roughrider504
    Who watches veggie tales anyway? But it is pretty funny.
    Dude, I love the Veggie Tales. I watch them at least once a week--both as a fun activity with my friends and with the little ones that I help babysit once in a while. Of course, I've been 10 years old for 21 years now.
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    Veggie Tales Rocks!

    Just watch out for Dr. Jiggle. I don't trust that guy.

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