He is technically correct. The best kind of correct.
@Nurse Joy, *flys away on his plane desk
@Nurse Joy, technically all food is organic
@Prince super Vegeta , sweet! *eats a battery*
@I Are Lebo, I did say food
@Nurse Joy, mozzarella isn’t aged.
@Prince super Vegeta , not sure if the logic follows... Would you consider plastic organic because technically it came from naturally occurring things on earth, we just fiddled with them a bit.
@Prince super Vegeta , well that’s, like, your opinion, man
@Littlechuckie, organic = contains carbon in its molecular structure, so yes. I’m not talking about the media’s definition, the scientific definition of organic is a compound or substance containing carbon. Organic =/= natural.
Also for the third time I said food. Plastic isn’t food
@Prince super Vegeta , well if you go changing the definitions of words to be meaningless then what's even the point of having the word? That's not what organic means and you know it, quit screwing around
@Prince super Vegeta , An organic compound; or any substance containing carbon-based compounds, especially produced by or derived from living organisms.
@Prince super Vegeta , you missed a very important part of the definition there buddy
@Prince super Vegeta , as a side note, “food” is a pretty loosely defined term. While obviously batteries do not fit within that category, your definition of organic is rather lacking. A pile of carbon dust is not organic, and a sheet of carbon nanotubes is not organic, either.
@I Are Lebo, you’re right, food is a pretty loosely defined term, however, all substances that give humans and animals on this planet energy are for the most part organic, and most food items are organic but not all organic items are food
@Littlechuckie, that is totally what organic means by its scientific definition
@Prince super Vegeta , there are synthetic foods that blur that line
I’ll allow it
I like pizza wanna invite me over ?
Bone apple tea