Plums VS. Lums

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LordCringe

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#1
So, the age-old question remains: Are plums lums but lums not plums? Or is there another answer? This is all the evidence we have so far:

PipBoyofSteel155: So what you're saying is, a plum can be a lum but lums can't be plums?
But what about plums and lums together in harmony? You know what they say, don't let your plums be plums, let them coexist with lums.
I would like to hear your educated thoughts on this thesis I have provided.

LordCringe:
Well, as a Lums specialist, I have a differing opinion. Lums are different to plums on a molecular level, so much so that other scientists have seen it fit to remove the 'p' at the beginning of the word. Peaceful coexistence is not a possibility. You see, while plums (Prunus domestica) are a delectable treat, a fruit no less, that grow from tress, lums (Dolora domestica) are a different matter entirely. Eating them with send one's body into painful spasms that only end once the residue has completely circulated your digestive system. The two plants are too different for coexistence. One is a tasty treat enjoyed by many, the other is a pain-inflicting, digestible residue. The trees that both grow on are incompatible. It just isn't possible. Feel free to discuss and conflicting opinions.
Regards,
Your Fellow Scientist, the Dergon (this is one of my many nicknames among my friends).


I would like to hear all of your thoughts on this precarious predicament.
 

Fallout God

Fallout God of Assassin's Effect
#5
So, the age-old question remains: Are plums lums but lums not plums? Or is there another answer? This is all the evidence we have so far:

PipBoyofSteel155: So what you're saying is, a plum can be a lum but lums can't be plums?
But what about plums and lums together in harmony? You know what they say, don't let your plums be plums, let them coexist with lums.
I would like to hear your educated thoughts on this thesis I have provided.

LordCringe:
Well, as a Lums specialist, I have a differing opinion. Lums are different to plums on a molecular level, so much so that other scientists have seen it fit to remove the 'p' at the beginning of the word. Peaceful coexistence is not a possibility. You see, while plums (Prunus domestica) are a delectable treat, a fruit no less, that grow from tress, lums (Dolora domestica) are a different matter entirely. Eating them with send one's body into painful spasms that only end once the residue has completely circulated your digestive system. The two plants are too different for coexistence. One is a tasty treat enjoyed by many, the other is a pain-inflicting, digestible residue. The trees that both grow on are incompatible. It just isn't possible. Feel free to discuss and conflicting opinions.
Regards,
Your Fellow Scientist, the Dergon (this is one of my many nicknames among my friends).


I would like to hear all of your thoughts on this precarious predicament.
What a thought provoking Thread!
 

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