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Post by Hoppy on Wed Jan 30, 2019 5:11 pm

Just a  couple of months ago a lady was chastised at KTFA for bringing in non RV related articles to the forum. 

This was brought in today by Don961, one of their newsboys.  Oh yeah, it's RV related.  LOL

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
A rare type of Durian fruit, known for its foul-smelling aroma, has been sold at a shopping mall in a Indonesian town for $ 1,000 per fruit, three times the average monthly salary. 

The shop, located on the Indonesian island of Java West, displays 4 fruit beads that are popular in Southeast Asia, at a price of 14 million rupees per fruit (about one thousand dollars), according to Sky News. 


The reason for the high price of these fruits is that it is a rare type of durian hybrid fruit among several high quality types, producing only 20 fruit every 3 years. 


Instead of buying the expensive fruit, many resorted to taking a self-portrait with the famous fruit, so the store was crowded with queues for a 'historic silve' with what was believed to be the most expensive fruit in the world.


Despite its foul odor, the durian is characterized by a close taste of peanut butter, and Durian Indonesia differs from any other region, taking a circular shape. 


Sky News, quoting Indonesia's Coconets Jakarta blog, said the store sold two of the four Dorian fruits at the Plaza Asia shopping mall.


Lady who was chastised, just a note to you.  You better be ready to sniff some drawers at KTFA if you want to be in that click. [size=16] IMO         LOL  
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