Do Pineapples Have A Dirty Secret?

Do Pineapples Have A Dirty Secret?

Do Pineapples Have A Dirty Secret?

Do Pineapples Have A Dirty Secret?

Pineapples are tropical fruit that are rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidents. They may help boost the immune system, build strong bones and aid indigestion. However, do pineapples have a dirty secret? This delicious fruit seems to be living a double life.

Let’s take a look at all the meanings of the regal fruit.

Pineapples: The Different Meanings

  1. An edible and  juicy tropical fruit.
  2. Means to Stop; Halt.
  3. A symbol of hospitality
  4. Military Slang. a fragmentation hand grenade.
  5. Means that you are a swinger

Pineapples: A Swinging Good Time?

They do say no one knows what goes on behind closed doors – but is your neighbor giving out secret clues that they’re a swinger?

The pineapple represents hospitality and welcoming. A pineapple is placed on a porch or mailbox by swingers to signify that a swinger party is going on. A pineapple is turned upside down when a person is in search of a swinger party. However, originally it was turned up side down in the individuals shopping cart.

Pineapple popularity has made it accepts on clothes and other items. Swingers use this symbol to identify each other in public. Apparently, a pineapple left on your front door in the middle of the night is (in today’s time) actually a request or invitation to join the swingers!

The Pineapple: Your Social Media Relationship Status

Once upon a time, you could simply update your Facebook relationship status to “it’s complicated” when you wanted to let people know you were neither single nor dating anyone seriously, but that’s just way too much to the point,

Blueberry means you’re single. Cherries mean you’re in a relationship. But, if your love life isn’t quite so straightforward, you have another option: pineapple means it’s complicated.

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