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    What are the spiritual analogies, connotations and implications of seedless watermelons?
  2. Hmmm . . .
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    Originally posted by FMF
    What are the spiritual analogies, connotations and implications of seedless watermelons?
    Well, if you found a seedless watermelon, you’d naturally assume a seed-remover, which implies intelligent design. Of course a seedless watermelon cannot reproduce naturally, so there must be a supernatural source for their generation. Naturally-occurring watermelons with seeds would refute the necessity of supernatural intelligent design. Therefore—

    Anyone who believes in naturally-occurring watermelons with seeds is an atheist. The fact that I claim to have experienced seeded watermelons just confirms that I am deluded as well as godless. If I actually eat these seeded watermelons (in my imagination of course, since they are not real) and spit out the seeds, I have made an unwitting pact with Satan—sowing the false watermelons of delusion in the paradisial garden of supernatural seedlessness. Because of my sin, I will spend all eternity as a broccoli.
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    25 Aug '11 03:301 edit
    Originally posted by FMF
    What are the spiritual analogies, connotations and implications of seedless watermelons?
    Seeds are the givers of more watermelons.

    So good deeds are the givers of good results and blessings.

    In every good deed there is created the potential for more good.
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    25 Aug '11 04:513 edits
    Originally posted by vistesd
    Well, if you found a seedless watermelon, you’d naturally assume a seed-remover, which implies intelligent design. Of course a seedless watermelon cannot reproduce naturally, so there must be a supernatural source for their generation. Naturally-occurring watermelons with seeds would refute the necessity of supernatural intelligent design. Therefore—

    ...[text shortened]... arden of supernatural seedlessness. Because of my sin, I will spend all eternity as a broccoli.
    Seedless watermelons are grown from seedless watermelon seeds and are
    pollinated by bees and have very few white seeds.
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    25 Aug '11 07:17
    Originally posted by FMF
    What are the spiritual analogies, connotations and implications of seedless watermelons?
    Fig-tree without figs?


    Personally I prefer the seeds, they are great for spitting competitions.
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    25 Aug '11 12:17
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Fig-tree without figs?


    Personally I prefer the seeds, they are great for spitting competitions.
    I've never had an opportunity to enter one of those seed spitting competitions.
    Sounds like fun. My days of winning any type of competion is probably over
    unless it is just between other senior citizens.

    When I was young there was a fig-tree in my grandparents yard that I
    enjoyed eating the figs. When I was in my teens, hurricane Carla hit
    South Texas that caused an evacuation of some of my family members
    to East Texas where we were living. The fig-tree never had figs on it
    after that time.
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    25 Aug '11 13:49
    Originally posted by vistesd
    Well, if you found a seedless watermelon, you’d naturally assume a seed-remover, which implies intelligent design. Of course a seedless watermelon cannot reproduce naturally, so there must be a supernatural source for their generation. Naturally-occurring watermelons with seeds would refute the necessity of supernatural intelligent design. Therefore—

    ...[text shortened]... arden of supernatural seedlessness. Because of my sin, I will spend all eternity as a broccoli.
    Best in class award!🙂
  8. Hmmm . . .
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    25 Aug '11 21:43
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Best in class award!🙂
    Thenk you. 🙂 Although, as RJ pointed out, I clearly took the "text" too literally...
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    25 Aug '11 22:05
    Originally posted by FMF
    What are the spiritual analogies, connotations and implications of seedless watermelons?
    They bear no seed, therefore they are not fruitful and they do not multiply. It's the devil's work. You're a witch!! Burn him!!
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    26 Aug '11 02:51
    Originally posted by FMF
    What are the spiritual analogies, connotations and implications of seedless watermelons?
    I don't know, but they grow great in my garden, and they're delicious.
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    26 Aug '11 04:571 edit
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Seeds are the givers of more watermelons.

    So good deeds are the givers of good results and blessings.

    In every good deed there is created the potential for more good.
    Continued.....

    I only gave half of the answer before.

    So anyway seedless watermelons are the opposite to watermelons with seeds.

    By not sowing seeds of good deeds persons do not receive the blessings and results they desire.
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