Who is the author of the legend of the first banana?
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The Reaction about to the Legend of Banana is a long and facinating story of which I am not aware. Prehaps you should find a rastafarian brudda to explain. I hear they are well versed in banana reactions and the legends related to them.
are you serious... if not ... it is eat potassium...
moral is that bananas are meant to be eaten...not to be talked about ;)
all the story is imagination only.......
the author of the legend of the watermelon is Ledgard Mellville
when sam taylor first eaten a banana has a banana said jono akemar
because the author was a legend
well the tale of banana plant goes back centuries in the land of Philippines. it is a folk tale so the exact illustrator of the tale is hard to find.
well first u banana then banana with a banana and banana the banana wont allow the banana to banana and so the banana goes home and bananas for a banana so wht if the banana doesnt banana he bananas for a banana how do you banana?you dont banana you just banana you little banana
in the water after you kill all the enemies
The author of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow is Washington Irving.
Alexander the Great was the first person to eat a banana . He discovered it when he conquered India.
Alexander, the great was the first man discover banana when he conquered India.
The Legend Of Zelda is the name of the first legend of Zelda game! easy!
Mary Beach has written: 'The electric banana' 'A two-fisted banana'
I Am Legend was first released in Europe.
settings of the legend of the first land
Banana cultivation is as old as 5000 to 8000 years BC, whoever was alive then, ate the banana
David Strickler created the first banana split in 1904 in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
The Legend of Zelda first released in 1986 for the Famicom.
The first game in the series The Legend of Zelda was just called The Legend of Zelda which was released in 1987 on the NES.
There is no one author of The Legend of Mt. Kanlaon. It is a folk story, retold time after time.
UFC Banana Catsup form the Philippines
The author of Legend of the Guardians, Owls of Ga'Hoole is Kathryn Lasky.
yeah first you put in the banana sliced lenghtwise, then you put in icecream, then chocolate and caramel sauce and then a cherry or two.
Where the banana first grew is not known. There are records indicating that the banana was domesticated as a crop in New Guinea around 8,000 B.C.
Charlene Henderson-Brewster has written: 'Diversification of the Caribbean banana industry' -- subject(s): Agricultural diversification, Banana trade, Banana products
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a banana will rot first
An example of a Filipino legend is The Legend of Bukidkat, by Johnnie J. Lim. It is about a legendary island in the Sulu sea.
The First Chronicles of Druss the Legend has 346 pages.
Flordeluna Cruz Atabay
The author of the story Legend of the Mermaid is written by Fox Monster. This story can be read through the Fan fiction site and is free to enjoy.
The author is Eoin Colfer.
the first pharoahs name was Ra and now he is a legend
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Elvis is famous for his love of peanut butter and banana sandwiches.
its an urban legend some thought it enabled polio to be spread. but it does taste bad it doesnt matter if you cut it off or not
Canaan Banana was the first president of Zimbabwe.
The Labour government decreed a national banana day in 1946. Every child should have a banana that day. This was the first banana I ever had.
The 1993 book is by Filipino author Jonathan Josol.
first you get a plastic bag and put a banana and a apple in the same bage and sit it in the refridgearator for a day!
The common noun 'banana' does not start with a capital B unless it is the first word in a sentence. Examples: Would you like a banana cut up on your cereal? Banana does sound good.
The term "Banana Republic" usually refers to a country which is unstable and relies on exports. Some of the countries which are currently considered Banana Republics are Guatemala and the Honduras. The first Banana Republics were located in the Carribean
Gargantua's story originates in folk tales. However, François Rabelais (sixteenth century French writer) is the first author to write a book about this legend.