Thursday, March 31, 2005


Please Eat Us

For an orange, being prepared gracefully by a gourmet chef is the highest compliment.

The oranges in this picture were so anxious to be served in a gourmet meal that they took the initiative to attend culinary school. Now they all have bachelor's or associate's degrees in the culinary arts. They have yet to be eaten, though.

Inspired by a wonderful chef named Melissa. Posted by Hello

Tuesday, March 29, 2005


Orangepulp toy #2: Missing Oranges

"Missing Oranges" is the second in the series of Orangepulp toys.

Several days ago, a man named Jay realized that he was missing 3 oranges. He asked everyone, "It's 9:19pm, do you KNOW where your oranges are!?!?!"

Since this issue is so important to our society, I have created this public service announcement for all. You can generate your own one at, complete with the actual time (I'm assuming in my time zone) and a random set of oranges. Posted by Hello

Sunday, March 27, 2005



Happy Easter, folks. Here are some oranges that were specially grown for the occasion. Posted by Hello

Friday, March 25, 2005


Gift Wrap for Produce

Most department stores offer free gift wrapping for your gift purchases. But if you go to a supermarket's customer service desk and ask them to gift wrap your fresh oranges, most will turn you away.

If there is a supermarket owner out there who wants to begin offering free gift wrap for their items, I have created this neutral fruit pattern that would be great for fruity produce. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, March 23, 2005


Orangepulp toy #1: oo on stripes

"Oo on stripes" is the beginning of a series of Orangepulp toys.

You can create your own randomly-striped random orange picture like this one. Go to and refresh the page to generate new pictures. Posted by Hello

Let me know if you generate any nice ones.


Organic Chandelier

Inspired by beautiful crystal chandeliers in a crumpled catalog that happened to lie beneath their orange tree, these oranges decided to arrange themselves into a pulpy chandelier. Posted by Hello

When the owner of the grove discovered the oranges in their chandelier formation, he carefully wrapped them up and brought them home. There, he replanted them in the dining room ceiling, where they now grow proudly.

Tuesday, March 22, 2005


Education Begins with Fruit

Parents, remember that fruit is an essential part of a fruity education. There are countless ways to bring sweet fruits into education; for example, one could use an orange abacus like the one pictured above.

Oranges in particular are essential. Fortunately for educators, no child is ever too young to learn about oranges. Babies and children are happiest when they are fruity.Posted by Hello

Friday, March 18, 2005


Olar system

Scientists have made the startling discovery that our solar system is composed entirely of fruits. Because of this discovery, pomologists everywhere are petitioning the government to declare today a national holiday. Posted by Hello

Furthermore, the solar system will now be referred to the "olar system" for reasons yet undisclosed to the public.

This rendering is not my own; it was created by a sweet artist-orange who means the world to me, and who happens to be especially pulpy.

Thursday, March 17, 2005


Fairy God-orange

When you wish upon a star
Fruits may come from near and far
Anyfruit your heart desires may come to you. Posted by Hello

Tuesday, March 15, 2005


Country Kitchen

This decoration was seen in the kitchen of an American country home. It serves as a reminder to count one's blessings and one's oranges every day. Posted by Hello

Monday, March 14, 2005


The Stork Story

Once upon a time, storks brought babies to the homes of excited new parents. This tradition changed when the storks realized that oranges were more delightful to carry around. Posted by Hello

Ever since then, mothers have brought babies into the world.

Sunday, March 13, 2005


Parachutes Full of Fruit

Some countries do not have oranges. Because it is a pity that these poor countries are orangeless, brave oranges will parachute into these countries, live in the woods, and eventually spread their seeds. Posted by Hello

Saturday, March 12, 2005


Caught in a Bathtub

I caught this soap orange lurking on the side of a bathtub. There really are oranges everywhere these days. Posted by Hello

Thursday, March 10, 2005


Support Our Fruits

This magnet was spotted on the back of an SUV. "Support Our Fruits" refers to offering aid to the millions of oranges who fell from trees during the disastrous Florida hurricane of 2004. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, March 09, 2005


Better Mornings with Oranges

Oranges can be bred as alarm clock casings. Of course, the gears and machinery of the clock still have to be added by the craftsman, but the basic structure can be grown organically. Posted by Hello

An added benefit to the consumer is the pulpiness of the orange. The pulpiness serves as an added reminder not to throw down or forcefully hit the alarm clock in the morning. Having to clean up a pulpy smashed orange is an undesirable task, especially right after waking up.

Tuesday, March 08, 2005


Partly Fruity, with a Chance of Pulp

Life is wonderful when the weather forecast is filled with sweet, round oranges. Posted by Hello

Monday, March 07, 2005


Website buttons

Here are a few buttons that you can use for your websites or blogs. Feel free to use them however you want - it does not matter whether or not you link to this blog, and you do not have to credit me. They are a present for you.

Because of Sarah's suggestion, I've added text to the last button. Here's the edit:



Two oranges: Priceless.

There are some things oranges can't buy. For everything else, there's Masterfruit. Posted by Hello

Friday, March 04, 2005


Deep Seafruit

Oranges can swim underwater for long periods of time. Their leaves double as fins, and they exhale pulpy little bubbles. Posted by Hello

Wednesday, March 02, 2005



These ones are pretty sweet. Posted by Hello



If oranges came in lots of patterns, you would be able to buy them at the grocery store in variety packs like this one. Posted by Hello

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