Is a moon melon real?
If so, where do i get one?! Cause they look so cool!
- 9 years agoFavorite Answer
The Moon Melon that has been floating around the internet lately does not appear to be real. It is likely just a picture of a watermelon that was photo shopped to be blue inside. There is a variety of melon called "Red Moon Melon", but it looks similar to a cantaloupe or muskmelon.
As for the flavor-enhancing aspect, there are a few foods which can cause sour things to taste sweet, such as Synsepalum dulcificum (miracle berries). Perhaps scientists could create a hybrid of a watermelon and a miracle berry and find a way to color it blue! Wouldn't that be something?Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synsepalum_dulcificum... http://naturalchocolate.tumblr.com/post/5033021912... http://www.clovegarden.com/ingred/melons.html
- BarbaraLv 44 years ago
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no he's not here is a little something you can find out more ... "Hannibal Lecter is a fictional character in a series of novels by author Thomas Harris. Lecter is introduced in the 1981 thriller novel Red Dragon as a brilliant psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer. This novel and its sequel, The Silence of the Lambs, feature Lecter as one of two primary antagonists. In the third novel, Hannibal, Lecter becomes the main character. His role as protagonist continues into the fourth novel, Hannibal Rising, which explores his childhood and development into a serial killer. Lecter's character also appears in all five film adaptations. The first movie, Manhunter, was loosely based on Red Dragon, and features Brian Cox as Lecter, inexplicably spelled as "Lecktor". In 2002, a second adaptation of Red Dragon was made under the original title, featuring Anthony Hopkins, who had previously played Lecter in the motion pictures The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal. Hopkins won an Academy Award for his representation of the character in The Silence of the Lambs in 1991." i would also like to add at the mention of ed gein : "The story of Ed Gein has had a lasting impact on popular culture as evidenced by its many appearances in movies, music and literature. Gein's story was adapted into a number of movies including Stephen Johnston's In the Light of the Moon, later to be retitled Ed Gein for the US market as well as Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield and Deranged.  Gein also influenced the nature of characters such as film killer Buffalo Bill (The Silence of the Lambs), Norman Bates (Psycho), and Leatherface (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre). Gein's influence can also be seen by the number of musical groups drawing inspiration from his crimes. There are a number of songs written about Gein including Blind Melon's "Skinned",  Macabre's "Ed Gein", , Mudvayne's "Nothing to Gein", and Slayer's "Dead Skin Mask", to name a few. In addition, a number of band names were derived from Gein including a band by the name of Ed Gein and a New York punk band by the name of Ed Gein's Car. Gidget Gein, a former bassist for the band Marilyn Manson even derived his stage name from Ed Gein. The band Plainfield, which includes the drummer and bassist of Mr. Bungle, took their name from the town that Gein lived and murdered in." so he did inspire buffalo bill who made the movies silence of the lambs, but not actually based on him.
- Anonymous6 years ago
Here's a cool video with all the facts about moonmelons. A great channel that deserves more recognition and subscriber i think.
- Anonymous3 years ago
Maybe, although I am not certain
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- Anonymous7 years ago
It seems real, This picture isn't photo-shopped