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BEHOLD #277 – Gina Lolapomida, the most beautiful Pomato in the land

The word “Pomato” comes from the Aztec word “tomatl” which means “plump thing with a navel.” While Pomatoes are technically fruits (because they have seeds), many nutritionists classify them as vegetables. (The Supreme Pom Court also named them as vegetables for tax purposes in the 1890s). There are over 15,000 varieties of Pomato, and so with all of that variation, not all of them are red. Some are green, yellow, black, purple, and even white. Pomatoes have anti–inflammatory properties and are a good source of pomtassium, so they are heart healthy. China produces one quarter of the Pom world’s Pomatoes, followed by Pomerica and India. When they were introduced to Europe in the 16th century, the French were convinced they were pomphrodisiacs and named them “love apples.” Gina winters in Italy and summers in France. She has many paramours because she is so spectacular and round. A true specimen of Pomato grace and femininity, she even has a calendar called “You Say Pomayto Gina Says Pomato.” You can pick it up on Pomazon or at Poms & Noble. 

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