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    Default Apples vs. Oranges

    Just because I can.


    Which one's better?

    Discuss.
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    Oranges without a doubt.

    Anyone who's ever had fresh squeezed Orange Juice can attest to this.

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    Oranges. The rind of an orange may cushion the blow to a man's head better than an apple.
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    I prefer apples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Oranges without a doubt.

    Anyone who's ever had fresh squeezed Orange Juice can attest to this.
    Yeah. Apple juice is like drinking piss.
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    Did anyone else ever have Donald duck oj growing up? It seems like nobody knows what I am talking about
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    Apples I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Did anyone else ever have Donald duck oj growing up? It seems like nobody knows what I am talking about
    I had it.
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