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Yeah, pasta grows on trees, just like apples, pizza, money, and donuts. See? And I don't know why people call me dumb. I'm chalk full of knowledge.

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Maybe not, but it might give you enough knowledge and common sense to help you figure out that it doesn't come out of the ground.

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Noticing now I misread his question and answered it like a yes or no, I think my point still stands strong though!

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We actually had a whole term on cooking pasta (including different sauces, etc.). Not a special cooking school or anything, just regular secondary school, about Year 8 I think. It was just part of Design Technology.

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Technically pasta does come out of the ground. Because it is made of grain and where does grain come from. The ground

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In the 1940s the BBC released an April fools day joke saying spaghetti came from trees and thousands of people called in. If you don't know you don't know :D

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Yes awesome video. One of the first video spoofs. Young Italian ladies in long flowing dresses harvesting what appeared to be cooked pasta from "pasta trees"

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Yeah....but that was when spaghetti had only just started being imported and most people genuinely didn't know much about it. In 2015, in the UK, I don't see you could not know this. It's like not knowing where bread comes from.

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All things that grow out of the ground, are vegetables, right? #33, I think we can count beer as a vegetable.

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#36 so if something that grows out of the ground is a vegetable, does that mean trees are a vegetable? If that's true then fruits grow on vegetables.

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#44 there is a science show that talks about anything now, aome even tak about other science shows.

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