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How do you pick out a good watermelon?
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Should sound hollow when tapped.

/thread
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>>12622623
>/threading your own post
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>>12622319
cut it open
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>>12622625
Too much captcha to samefag a /thread.
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Hollow sound better than muffled sound.
Big resting spot better than small resting spot.
Yellow resting spot better than white resting spot
Webbing better than no webbing.
Heavy for size better than light for size.
Seeded better than seedless (depending on application)
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I look for a heavy melon with a yellowish spot and I prefer seeded, but seedless seems to have improved a bit over the years.
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>>12622319
i loves me one of dem Detroit Hams (formerly watermelon)
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>>12622319
A dark rind is a sign of higher sugar content.



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