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Photo Challenge: MyEC Photo Chains "Red-->Hairy"

Tag: hairyIdiom: a hairy situationMeaning: something fraught with difficultyFraught means full of unpleasant things such as problems or dangers.Harry managed to overcome a hairy situation by being cool, calm and collected.Rambutan, a reddish fruit with hairy spines, is a common fruit from Southeast Asia. It is known for its sweet flavour.Are you up for the challenge?
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  • That's unfortunate for you, Muhammad A. Most fruit in my country are delicious especially mangoes and bananas. They're usually in-demand abroad. Regarding to your question, I have no idea why most varieties of fruits have white edible white flesh. Maybe because they're grown in a tropical climate. Thank you for commenting! 

  • I have tasted this fruit once. I really didn't like it. (n_n)

    Why most of Southeast Asian Fruits are white inside ? (^_^)

  • @ Jp_Tp

    I'm glad you like these fruits! Their sweetness is kinda addictive. :)

    Thank you for your comment and for liking this photo.

    Robbie

  • @ Fiona

    It's so nice to hear that! I think these fruits are very common in many tropical countries. It's fun to harvest them during its season, usually in August or September. Thank you for your comment!

    Robbie

  • @ Junco

    I'm glad you liked this! Thank you for your comment and for bringing up this new challenge.

    Cheers!

    Robbie

  • @ Onee-chan

    Indeed! They are better eaten after a meal. These fruits could be a substitute for other desserts which are less expensive compared to other baked products.

    Please do join the challenge. It's truly exciting! Good luck and many thanks for your comment!

    Robbie :)

  • @ Jasmine

    Thank you for your comment. I agree with you. They looked weird, but tasted sweet. And their spines can tickle! :)

  • wow  ..it is pretty sweet when i travel to Thailand i  had tasted  it  ..i like it much  but in  my country cant found out  it ....thank you share  let me remind it ...

  • @ Nimzaf

    That's a lot to munch on! I would agree that Rambutan's sweetness is kinda addicting. Thank you for sharing your comment. Happy eating!

    Robbie

  • @ Grace

    Thank you so much for appreciating my photo challenge entry! I guess I couldn't get over to the previous activity. It's really exciting, wasn't it? Can't wait to see who's the next challenger!

    Cheers to all of us!

    Robbie

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