A Texan farmer goes to Australia on vacation. There he meets an Aussie farmer and gets to talking. The Aussie shows off his big wheat field and the Texan says, "Oh! We have wheat fields that are at least twice that size!"
They walk around the ranch a little, and the Aussie shows off his herd of cattle. The Texan immediately replies, "We have longhorns that are at least twice as large as your cows."
The conversation has died down when the Texan sees a herd of kangaroos hopping through the field. He asks the Aussie, "What are those?"
The Aussie replies with an incredulous look, "Don't you have any grasshoppers in Texas?"
Whats the difference between an orange and a strawberry?
An orange is a citrus fruit, roughly the size and shape of a tennis ball, and is (surprise!) orange in colour. When peeled, the middle part of it is divided into approximately sixteen segments, which will come apart and can be eaten separately. These segments are juicy on the inside, and also contail the seeds, or "pips", which are generally discarded but can be planted.
A strawberry is smaller, ofte reaching the size of a ping-pong ball, but they are more heart-shaped than spherical, and, when ripe, they are red, although often they can be found to have white areas, which denote a partialy-ripened fruit. The seeds are small and green/yellow, and are on the outside of the fruit. There is no need to peel strawberries in order to eat them, but it is important to remove the stem from them.