| txstate04 wrote:|
now if we want to get technical, lets compare more apples to oranges...
Well, apples generally come with a thin, hard peel, ranging in many colors. Some of which are red, yellow, and green. Inside is a usually juicy, fiburous material that many eat as is, or make into juice. At the center, or "core" of the apple are rougher strands of this fiber and "seeds". These "seeds" when planted into a fertile soil, will possibly sprout a sapling that will one day turn into the same type of tree from whence this apple originated from.
Oranges on the other hand, generally have a thicker, spongy exterior, that is generally thought of as bitter and inedible. The colors of the orange are generally a reddish yellow color called "orange". The makeup of the center is much different than the apple, in that it retains more fluid, and can be squeezed into juice quite easily. Oranges also contain "seeds" that will produce much the same effect as mentioned above.