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"Seedless" watermelon?

LadyofTexas | Aug 13, 201907:46 AM     11

First and last so-called seedless watermelon for me! It's watermelon season here in Texas, and I foolishly bought a seedless melon. Instead of nice big black seeds that are easy to remove, this melon is riddled with little white seeds--too small to remove easily, but too large and obvious to make the melon cubes attractive in a salad.
Have you purchased something that was going to be great, and turned out to be a time-consuming disaster?

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