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Youre comparing apples to oranges might find its way into a conversation where someone has attempted to equate two different topics Some people may think about the choice phrase and might come up with many similarities between the two fruits they both have skin and a stem they both grow on trees they both come in many different varieties they both taste sweet and they both come in liquid form Not totally satisfied with my comparisons I decided to examine the fruits more closely to try to come up with more similarities or differences to determine the appropriateness of the saying Outwardly an apple appears quite different than an orange Although some apples appear more spherical than others do the basic shape seems like an inverted cone the top has a slightly larger circumference than the bottom The apple is quite firm but if too much pressure is applied to its surface a dent occurs causing a bruise on the fruit A short brown stem protrudes from the middle of the top of the apple where the surface caves inward The bottom has tiny fuzzy triangular leaves stemming from the middle The skin of an apple is very thin and ranges in colors from red green yellow and even all three colors together It has a smooth and shiny If it is viewed closely small brown spots can be seen scattered on the outer surface of the apple Knox 330 Although many different varieties exist all oranges have a generally spherical shape The orange-colored skin has a glossy appearance and a waxy feel It also demonstrates resilience and seems rubbery to the touch When closely examined tiny bumps and dimples appear covering the oranges surface A small hard knob the remains of the stem implies the location of the top of the orange A tiny brown protrusion appears on the opposite side or the bottom Wardowski 814 Once both fruits have had their
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