I guess I just start out with not all apples are meat. Just the red ones are. Why? Because red is a meat color. Apples provide a lot of protein, which only meats and dairy products do. And apples are clearly not a dairy product, everybody knows that. Anyway, apples are also a meat because they need to be processed like meat is. On farms they have cows which are meat, which makes apples meat. Common sense.
Apples are red and steak is red therefore with steak being a meat that means apples are meat. The word apple has the letter p in it and so does pork and with pork being a meat it is clearly evident that apples are also meat. I believe this is enough evidence to prove that apples are meat.
Apples, unlike soy don't give milk so they are not mammals, they can have various collors what is a reptile trait, like shown in the history of the Snow White they can be poisonous just like snakes, and just like snakes they attack by stealth ways (see Isaac Newton, attacked by a wild apple). Most of the apples can't live in the water so they are not amphibians, but there exceptions just like there is a water snake there is a water apple. So eating an apple you would be eating meat.
I identify as an apple, and I consider myself meat therefore apples must apparently be meat. There are multiple colors of apples too, so myself, being a gay apple, can also defend that apples can be considered gay meat. With these logical reasons apples are most definetly a good meat.
Just because scientists say that apples are a "fruit" does not mean that they are one. Scientists also once told us that the Sun revolved around the Earth. Apples also start red when they are under-cooked, just like steak. As the apple is cooked longer the color changes to yellow, then to green. Just as steak changes to a brownish color when it is cooked longer. Steak also happens to be a meat and with these similarities between the two the evidence is clear. APPLES. ARE. MEAT!
If you have ever looked at an apple, or bitten into one, you usually get a whole mouth of juicy deliciousness. Do you know what this is? Its called the MEAT of an apple. There's meat to everything. Meat to an apple, meat to an pear, meat to my tongue, and even meat to a mango. Not oranges though, citrus isn't made of meat. The fact that there is a meatyness of something you can eat inside an apple, apples are obviously meat. Point in case.
Defintion of meat: The edible part of fruits or nuts. If an apple has skin, it also has meat. Also, the word meat comes from the old english word mete, which means food; therefore, meat is food of any kind. I conclude my case with the fact that apples are indeed meat.
Meat by definition is nourishment, and apples by definition are nourishment therefore by the commutative property apples=meat. Also if you are in need of a protein in a dish I suggest a meat flavored apple supplement it is both delicious and nutritious.
To top it off, go outside and look up. Chances are, the sky is blue. Therefore, if the sky is blue, and apples are not blue, then apples are not the sky. Guess what else is not blue? Meat. Therefore, without a doubt, meat has to be apples.
You see if you look at the definition of meat, taken from Dictionary.Com, "the flesh of animals as used for food." so essentially this is saying that as long as something is flesh, and comes from an animal it is automatically meat. So first we have to look at the word animal, also from Dictionary.Com "any member of the kingdom Animalia, comprising multicellular organisms that have a well-defined shape and usually limited growth, can move voluntarily, actively acquire food and digest it internally, and have sensory and nervous systems that allow them to respond rapidly to stimuli: some classification schemes also include protozoa and certain other single-celled eukaryotes that have motility and animallike nutritional modes." Wow that's a lot of info, but if you look at the definition of an apple, also from Dictionary.Com, "the usually round, red or yellow, edible fruit of a small tree, Malus sylvestris, of the rose family." they obviously fit the description of a plant. An apple can (obviously) choose when it wants to fall from the tree, allowing it required movement as stated above. They also require food. You know all those missing children that go up on the news? They are actually apple casualties. So, looking at the facts, Apples are, in fact, meat.
You have to kill a plant to get an apple. You have to kill a pig to get bacon. Unless you use photosynthesis or something, you have to kill something to get food. Therefore, apples are meat.
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The definition of MEAT is as follows: "the flesh of an animal, typically a mammal or bird, as food."
According to the definition above, apples are clearly not an example of meat. For goodness sake, just think to yourself, meat is produced from animals, flesh of mammals. Apples are grown on TREES! Apples are grown from the ground!
HOW ON EARTH DOES APPLES RELATE TO A SOURCE OF MEAT??
Clearly, there is no further way to distinguish between this argument and this is a RIDICULOUS argument so I'm not gonna waste any more of my time.
What kind of question is this? No, apples are not meat. Apples grow on trees. Trees are plants. Ergo, apples are plants. Ok? Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?V ok? Ok? V ok? Ok? Ok?Ok? V ok? Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok?Vv ok? Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok?Ok? Ok? Ok? Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok?Ok? Ok? Ok?
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They come from trees and have seeds. They did not come from animals and don't need to be cooked. If apples are meat then so are all other fruits. The only connection between apples and meat is they were both once living things, But meat comes from animals and apples come from trees. And if you say apples to meat because they're red, I will virtually punch you.
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Apple's have seads and meat don't. Meat don't grow on trees. Meat can't be ripe. Apples have stems. Meat has fat in it. Apples can be different colors and meat is only one color. If you cook meat it will taste delicious and if you cook Apple's it won't. Apples to apples can bruise easily
Why is this a question, It is so dumb, Just because it is in a pie doesn't make it a meat. What about Pear pies huh, But they are a fruit. I do not even know why I waste my time on this stupid question that is cleary false. T
The damn things grow on trees. They aren't animals, They're the byproducts of plants. Anyone who clicks yes is either a troll with nothing better to do, Or a complete and utter dumbass. Come on people. We're better than this. Seriously, What the actual fuck is wrong with some people.
You don't deserve to go to heaven. Satan is waiting for you in hell. You are going to burn for eternity right beside the homophobes you fucking idiots. You absolute idiots. Pathetic. I can't even stand reading all these fucking dumb and scientifically wrong comments. Your arguments have literally no merit. Fuck you, And you, And you too. You all are unworthy of my love and respect. Apples are fish btw.
Aplle is nit meot because meat as defined aby dictionary dot com is "flesh of an animal" keep in mind ANIMAL. Apples are not animals. My reason for this: have you ever seen an apple take a dump? No. You haven't. Because that is a cracterstic only f ANIMAKs. POINT STATED