Banana Comes of Age in Brown Paper Bag

In a ritual as old as time, a banana recently went through a sacred coming of age tradition in which it spent two days and three nights in a brown paper bag.

Like a young Siddhartha in the famous Herman Hesse book of the same name, this noble young banana could only grow into its prime by walking its own path, and for awhile at least, going off on its own.

Away from the disruptive and jocular manners of its peers and hidden away from the world, the banana was able to truly find itself, casting away the bitterness and embracing the sweetness of life.

Banana and Brown Paper Bag




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