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Red apples are superior to green apples.

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Started: 2/21/2017 Category: Funny
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Debating Period
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First off, green apples taste good due to the human appeal of contrasting flavors. Secondly, red is the color of blood, which does not taste good. This is compelling evidence for green apple supremacy. Furthermore, red apples are too embarrassed to be sold in a store, hence their redness. Their embarrassment will be transferred to us and we will struggle in our social life. Also, if you drop a red apple on the floor, it will not bounce six times; green apples, being like balls, will, and humans like bouncy balls.

Checkmate, red apple supremacists.


I must say that blood has that metal taste that is very satisfying when you're stressed. Red also evokes anger which can be good while eating a hard apple because it'll make it easier to bite into. Red is the color of luck in some cultures. People naturally pick the color red because it grabs our attention and appears to be nearer. Red symbolizes strength, warmth, energy, masculinity, and excitement.

Green, on the other hand, is weak. The color is perceived as too bland and boring. It can also indicate stagnation.
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Posted by Social-Justice_Carnist 1 year ago
Thought had da time limit fo somethin else.
Posted by David_Debates 1 year ago
It's all about that fuji!
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