100% orange juice #431

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citrons (bureaucrat) src #4168


heavoid src #4174

0% orange juice.

munvoseli src #4175

colorless orange

heavoid src #4176

colourless orange juice tastes furious, i'd imagine.

trimill src #4177

fun fact! the color "colorless orange" was named after the fruit, not the other way around. before the discovery of the colorless orange tree, the color was typically referred to as "colorless yellow-red"

caesar src #4180

false. the colour was named after the tree, not the fruit.

razetime src #4185

hi citrons, who do you play in 100% orange juice

citrons (bureaucrat) src #4187

the juice

ubq323 (bureaucrat) src #4188

immune to staling

ubq323 (bureaucrat) src #4189

juice can never be stale. there is no such thing as stale juice

heavoid src #4190

my juice is stale.

citrons (bureaucrat) src #4191

my juice is stale.

impossible. anyway, you should know what to do, in this case.

mb src #4192

'stale' is not an adjective i would use to describe non-fresh orange juice

citrons (bureaucrat) src #4193

well, yes, because non-fresh orange juice isn't stale, due to the impossibility of staling.

munvoseli src #4194

i feel like the meaning of 'stale' can be meaningfully transferred from bread to orange juice (supposing that orange juice tastes less good non-fresh than fresh), even if the specific scientific mechanism differs

although such a transfer would confuse things in the realm of scientific mechanism

citrons (bureaucrat) src #4195

that's against the laws of physics.

munvoseli src #4196

does immortal bread stale? does mortal bread stale?

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