This may look like a potato, but it’s actually a rock. If you didn’t figure out the difference upon picking it up, though, you’d probably soon realize your error after attempting to take its “skin” off. And at that moment, you’ll know for a fact just how unapeeling it would be to eat.
It seems that crossovers between the geological and culinary worlds aren’t as uncommon as you may assume. Yes, this isn’t actually marbled meat: instead, it’s yet another rock. As with many things in nature, however, you shouldn’t assume that it’s actually worth sticking into your mouth.
Pineapple is delicious; bark, however, isn’t. That’s a crucial life lesson that anybody who has passed these tasty-looking trees with an empty stomach may have learned. Then again, perhaps SpongeBob SquarePants just has a land-faring cousin who lives in a pineapple above the sea rather than under it.