Archetype: Eve --- Eve is known as “Huwwa” in Arabic., in Hebrew text, is Isha, meaning “woman.”---- Eve in Hebrew is Ḥawwāh, meaning "living one" or "source of life", and is related to ḥāyâ, "to live". The name derives from the Semitic root ḥyw.[2] --- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eve --- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-tUEod2VI8

Archetype: Eve --- Eve is known as “Huwwa” in Arabic., in Hebrew text, is Isha, meaning “woman.”---- Eve in Hebrew is Ḥawwāh, meaning "living one" or "source of life", and is related to ḥāyâ, "to live". The name derives from the Semitic root ḥyw.[2] --- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eve --- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-tUEod2VI8

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What if I bring geronimo down a tray of food with an apple and after i cut him i can eat a bloody apple
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Conceptual set designer Kyle Bean collaborated with photographer Aaron Tilley on a dark, tongue-in-cheek and gorgeous editorial for artsy food magazine The Gourmand. Dubbed ‘Forbidden Fruits,’ it’s a very simple concept yet greatly executed.

Conceptual set designer Kyle Bean collaborated with photographer Aaron Tilley on a dark, tongue-in-cheek and gorgeous editorial for artsy food magazine The Gourmand. Dubbed ‘Forbidden Fruits,’ it’s a very simple concept yet greatly executed.

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Saatchi Art Artist Peter Perlegas; Painting, "Forbidden Fruit" #art. Oil on Canvas and Wood

Saatchi Art Artist Peter Perlegas; Painting, "Forbidden Fruit" #art. Oil on Canvas and Wood

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"A heart would cough after only one bite. Something was red." (Line 9)

"A heart would cough after only one bite. Something was red." (Line 9)

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Absinthe.  The forbidden fruit.  I want to try it out, but it's going to have to be a day where I don't have any kids or anywhere to go.  And a man on deck.

Absinthe. The forbidden fruit. I want to try it out, but it's going to have to be a day where I don't have any kids or anywhere to go. And a man on deck.

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Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov uses fruits to curve carve out impressive and creepy looking skulls.

Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov uses fruits to curve carve out impressive and creepy looking skulls.

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