While shopping at Kroger, I learned that peppers have sexes: four bumps on the bottom is a female pepper, which is firm and good for cooking, while the three bump variety means a sweet male. I never knew vegetables were sexual beings. Of course, the way they dance around the vine, it shouldn't surprise anyone to learn of magic in the field.
So the females have more bumps and curves. Hm? Furthermore, girl peppers carry more seeds that make her
heavier, kinda like that time of the month, although they are permanently bloated.
I also have to wonder if sweet males like to hang on vines with other sweet male peppers or do all peppers have fun together? If the males and females hang together, is it like one big vegetable orgy?
Every time I think I've heard it all, I learn more. I guess some peppers grow red after hanging around with their bumpy bottoms showing.
|Woo baby! Wanna hang on my vine?|
You'll never think of peppers the same way, will you?