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Today, I'd like to share my pineapple symbolism investigation. My research into finally proving who the author is for the pineapple quote Be a Pineapple: Stand Tall Wear a Crown and Be Sweet on the Inside has really helped out a lot of people and I now see many people actually crediting her. I didn't know the history of what a pineapple represents. After all, I started this whole project because I was utilizing the pineapple emoji. Here's how my interactions usually worked:
I'm asked, what's the deal with the pineapple? Why are pineapples popular?
My typical answer is: “Because, Pineapples.”
Usually, my response is good enough (no it's not). But people smile and ask more questions as I stand there taking photos of a pineapple. Wait. Okay. I think I'm going to start to ramble off-course here. What were we doing?
Yes, we've got to dig into pineapple symbolism and it's popularity.
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Who said, "Be a pineapple: Stand Tall, wear a crown, and be sweet on the inside"? No one is providing an author for the popular pineapple quote. When I searched for who said this viral pineapple saying, there was nothing! There were many Google results because many people were loving what I call the "Be a pineapple" quote but, again, none referenced the source. So, who's the source?! Well, I had to do a bunch of digging.
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