The Tomatina Tomato Fight in Colombia and the U.S.
Modeled after the world-famous tomato fight held annually in the Spanish town of Buñol, enthusiastic crowds in Colombia and the U.S. (Miami, Florida) lobbed and waded in a sea of red tomato.
Revellers play with tomato pulp during the annual "Tomatina" (tomato fight) in Sutamarchan Province in Boyaca
Jun 13, 2012 1:35AM
Has any body thought of donating such food to the needy? huh We are a so called Developed and Civilized Society. We like to waste, rather than help the poor.
Jun 19, 2012 9:42PM
When you think of how farmers take time to toil the soil, nurture and grow these.
When you think of starving people eating off grass, bark and any insect
When you have NOTHING to eat and everyone is fighting for any bit of food no matter how rich you are...
You'll feel the sadness seeing all these food gone to waste to some people's pleasure
Jun 13, 2012 2:19AM
Why won't they think before they held this kind of event? They are live in happiness, they won't feel the suffer of famine until they meet it.
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