Variations on a Pineapple

I knew the experiment was out of control from the very first day. Over a period of eight hours I saw a regular sized pineapple grow to eight meters in height. It was becoming a monster. I didn't realise it actually had a name until I read the Reverend Carmel Nunce's latest research article. God bless her. By the second day the PineappilusGiganticus had grown so large it had smashed the greenhouse to bits and taken the Hills Hoist with it. On the third day she had grown to thirty meters and seemed to have stopped, but simultaneously started to rot. Her foul stench was blanketing our small town. On the fourth day she just exploded. I couldn't believe my eyes, her vile smelling, rotting flesh and juice just spraying everywhere. Those who survived wear the scars. My hair for instance now sports a permanent circular bald patch on the crown of my head. They say the heat of the midday sun triggered the explosion.

 

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The thousand eyes of pineapple

'The most unique appearance of pineapples is their texture. It is so astonishing. Actually, the pieces of their texture should be the thousand eyes of pineapples, which help pineapples not only to realise the happening situation around themselves but to make pineapples become the representative of spies or detectives as well.

Thinking, apart from markets, they normally appear to be decorated on cocktail-glasses served to people loving the nightlife. Because of the pineapple eye inference, nightlife people who have drunk those cocktail tend to enclose some of their guilt, then the days of doom of their lives came up.

Another example to refer to the pineapple texture concept with cocktail-glasses is the kind of beach bar movie scenes such as Hawaii or Purket. From this kind of place, commonly, it was taken place to be the transfer place of general illegal things such as high-class drugs or advanced technology weapons etc. or to be the relaxing place of high-so criminals. What is going on with them finally? Certainly, they couldn't escape from the hands of cops.'

 


I knew the experiment was out of control from the very first day. Over a period of eight hours I saw a regular sized pineapple grow to eight meters in height. It was becoming a monster. I didn't realise it actually had a name until I read the Reverend Carmel Nunce's latest research article. God bless her. By the second day the PineappilusGiganticus had grown so large it had smashed the greenhouse to bits and taken the Hills Hoist with it. On the third day she had grown to thirty meters and seemed to have stopped, but simultaneously started to rot. Her foul stench was blanketing our small town. On the fourth day she just exploded. I couldn't believe my eyes, her vile smelling, rotting flesh and juice just spraying everywhere. Those who survived wear the scars. My hair for instance now sports a permanent circular bald patch on the crown of my head.They say the heat of the midday sun triggered the explosion.

 

the thousond eyes of pineapple

'The most unique appearance of pineapples is their texture. It is so astonishing. Actually, the pieces of their texture should be the thousand eyes of pineapples, which help pineapples not only to realise the happening situation around themselves but to make pineapples become the representative of spies or detectives as well.

Thinking, apart from markets, they normally appear to be decorated on cocktail-glasses served to people loving the nightlife. Because of the pineapple eye infrurence, nightlife people who have drunk those cocktail tend to enclose some of their guilts, then the days of doom of their lifes came up.

Another example to refer to the pineapple texture concept with cocktail-glasses is the kind of beach bar movie scenes such as Hawaii or Purket. From this kind of place, commonly, it was taked place to be the transfer place of general illegal things such as high-class drug or advance technology weapons etc. or to be the relaxing place of high-so criminals. What is going on with them finally? Certainly, they coundn't escape from the hands of cops.'
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