Did you know that an entire melon could be made of water? Me neither! Not until I found out about the watermelon.
Water[edit | edit source]
This substance called water, that can be confined by a glass, can also be confined by a cup. Or a spoon in small doses. But the grandest of all is the mighty melon. Like a bathtub, a melon can hold lots and lots of water. Unless the melon's drain is open.
Melon[edit | edit source]
A melon is a unit of measurement in Sweden. Guess how many gallons it is!
The answer was 6.
Water + Melon[edit | edit source]
Do you remember the second Flintstones movie? Boy, that SUCKED! A watermelon can't suck. It is already holding too much water. Did you know that ancient explorers liked watermelon? Some of them had syphilis.
Popular Folklore[edit | edit source]
The classic children's story Falsehoods of an American Pancake talks about watermelons as vehicles for the soul's safe passage into the afterlife. I like to think that these things have little effect on standardized testing.
After the radio had been abolished, Ely Whitney went on to establish the world's first all-melon water stand.
Who stole my melon?![edit | edit source]
WAS IT YOU?!?! I WANT MY DAMN WATER BACK!
Oh[edit | edit source]
It wasn't you? Sorry. I'm just sad; I'm missing 6 gallons of water, and the melon it came in.
Hot Melon Pie[edit | edit source]
You can boil the water in the melon and make it into a birthday cake. Happy birthday melon lovers of the world!
A Pie chart[edit | edit source]
...is a chart with pies in it. That isn't a watermelon! Lets move on.
Twelve?[edit | edit source]
That'd be nearly 72 gallons of water! See, you ARE smart!
You can't eat it.[edit | edit source]
It is just too spicy.