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Tomatoes, or How Not To Define "Art"

Published on Jan 2, 2017 198,033 views


Scott McCloud's definition of art (which is not the same definition I use, but is still pretty good):

Roger Ebert on video games not being art:

The nonexistent botanical definition of "vegetable":

  • U1timate1nferno
    U1timate1nferno 2 years ago (edited) Strength is being able to crush a Tomato in your hand. Dexterity is being able to dodge a thrown tomato. Intelligence is knowing a Tomato is a Fruit. Wisdom is knowing to not put a Tomato in a fruit salad. Charisma is being able to sell a Tomato based fruit salad. Constitution is being able to not throw up after eating a Tomato based fruit salad. D&D stats simplified.
  • Kaja Jensen
    Kaja Jensen 2 years ago U1timate1nferno beautifully said
  • Symbiotic Coherence
    Symbiotic Coherence 1 year ago especially the intellignece part, about how intelligence in dnd is not about deduction skills but about knowledge. (mostly) (IMO)
  • Anistuffs - The Indian Let's Player
    Anistuffs - The Indian Let's Player 1 year ago Every salad I've ever seen or eaten had tomatoes in them. And considering tomato IS a fruit, why wouldn't you put it in a fruit salad? :|
  • Kevin Torres
    Kevin Torres 1 year ago Anistuffs - The Indian Let's Player Somebody dumped their wisdom stat