Sunday, December 18, 2005

Monkey Pee


Have you ever noticed the brown stains on bananas. I'm not talking about the brown age spots. What I am talking about is the brown coloring that is from a dried liquid. If you look for it you will see it. For some reason it doesn't get washed off before the consumer buys it. It is from the moneys that sit in the banana trees. Where do you think they go to the bathroom. There not going to climb all the way down to spare you from handling pee stained bananas. There just gonna piss anywhere they are. I don't think it is harmful to people but you may want to wash them off before you offer them to your babies.

4 comments:

Jonathan Foley said...

Umm...yeah, fruit is natural, animals interact with our foods that come from natural sources. I am glad that some of our foods are actually grown in the wild rather than in some quality-controlled greenhouse.

duwbryd said...

Yeah...I totally agree. But I think most people would rather wash their food if it has dried piss on it.

Horace Finkle said...

Nice! How many people out there are scrubbing their hands with clorox and washing their mouths out with Lysol after reading the monkey pee thing?!

- Horace Finkle, teenage ghost
www.horacefinkle.blogspot.com

Christi Nielsen said...

Are you eating the banana peel? Yes - I wash my food. I guess I find it a bit humorous that people are debating this issue because of monkey pee. Don't you wash any fruit or veggie you buy? I hope so. Or I won't be eating at your house.