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120 Watermelon Quotes to Freshen up for Summer

2. “Watermelons are smiles of summer.” – Anonymous

3. “When one has tasted watermelon, he knows what the angels eat.” – Mark Twain 

4. “Life is like eating a watermelon. You know you’re going to get some seeds, just spit them out and take another bite.” – Jeff Steinmann

5. “After about 60 days, tiny watermelon fruits appear on the vines. Over the warm summer months, these watermelon fruits grow bigger and bigger.” – Julie Murray 

6. “Watermelon—it’s a good fruit. You eat, you drink, you wash your face.” – Enrico Caruso 

7. “Pick up a sesame seed but lose sight of a watermelon.” – Chinese Proverbs

8. “That’s all right if you’ve got a watermelon. Never let the seeds stop you from enjoying the watermelon.” – Jo Swerling

9. “I am not a watermelon to take me for granted after testing just a bit of my life.” – Anonymous

10. “If you focus on only the seeds in a watermelon, you missed the sweetness of the meat.” – Wally Amos 

11. “It’s watermelon weather, that summer kind of weather when people get together and sing.” – Guy Webster

12. “I just wanna taste it, I just wanna taste it, watermelon sugar high. Tastes like strawberries on a summer evening.” – Harry Styles 

13. “Nowadays, I see people who chew you up and spit you out like a seed from a watermelon and sometimes leave you to rot.” – Rebecca

14. “A watermelon that breaks open by itself tastes better than one cut with a knife.” – Hualing Nieh Engle

15. “Ready to eat all the watermelon this summer.” – Anonymous

16. “Life is a slice of watermelon. Never without seeds but sweet ’til the bitter end.” – Anonymous

17. “If people have time and patience, they will be able to count the number of seeds in a watermelon. But not one person can tell you how many watermelons will grow by planting one seed.” – Evelyn Murray Drayton

18. “Two watermelons cannot be held under one arm.” – Turkish Proverb

19. “Life is a watermelon. Pull out the seeds of woe to taste the pulp of joy.” – Sushmitha Sriram Kumar

20. “No matter how the watermelon is shaped, you know it is a watermelon from the outward appearance. Similarly, no matter what color or how the person is shaped, you know it is a human being.” – Evelyn Murray Drayton

21. “I love watermelons, but I believe you got to kill it to eat it.” – Sergeant R. Lee Ermey

22. “With every watermelon you cut, there is an opportunity to cut a distasteful or unappetizing watermelon. Still, this does not keep us from purchasing watermelons.” – Evelyn Murray Drayton

23. “Every part of a watermelon is edible, even the seeds and rinds.” – Katie Potter

24. “Freelance means I can take watermelon breaks, and no one can yell at me.” – Mandy Ashcraft

25. “You remind me of watermelon seeds. So hard to put a finger on, shooting off to escape the slightest pressure, and yet, once firmly secured, you are the source of great enjoyment and even pleasure.” – David Thomasson

26. “All I want is a ravishing watermelon, titillating my tongue beyond the point of no control.” – Nikhil Parekh

27. “The inside of a watermelon should display good, crisp, red flesh. Melons should not be mealy and water-soaked.” – Lonnie T. Lynch

28. “For it’s the sweetheart kissing season, and all the world’s in rhyme when it’s watermelon sweet love telling time.” – Guy Webster

29. “Life is like a good watermelon, sweet and juicy, but you still have to pick out the seeds to enjoy every bit of it.” – Anonymous

30. “It’s a wonderful fantasy, but it’s not real. It’s just watermelon .” – Hope Ramsay

31. “Big watermelon—yes, sweet—yes, luscious—you bet! That was probably the best-tasting watermelon I had ever eaten in my entire life.” – Evelyn Murray Drayton

32. “Watermelon is 92% water and 8% sugar, so it is aptly named and remained among the most refreshing and thirst-quenching fruits of all.” – Eugene A Defelice

33. “Be as cool as a watermelon.” – Anonymous

34. “And what’s more, watermelon needn’t just be enjoyed as a sweet snack. It works well in dozens of recipes, sweet and savory.” – Gordon Rock

35. “Water-ever, I don’t care if you think I love summer too much.” – Anonymous

36. “One of the most adulated fruits at the vendor’s imperiously embellished establishment was the relished watermelon.” – Nikhil Parekh

37. “Tell me you love watermelon without telling me you love watermelon.” – Anonymous

38. “Kids love watermelon, and the addition of a few cherries only makes it better!” – Teresa Kennedy

39. “Watermelon. A delightfully rounded ball of wondrous green exterior that rolled with unparalleled fervor upon any frictionless surface with the tiniest of thrust.” – Nikhil Parekh

40. “Even my slice of watermelon is smiling.” – Anonymous

41. “Eating watermelon is really fun. The juice runs down your face. But it’s even more fun to spit the seeds at your sister!” – Katie Potter

42. “Where there’s watermelon, there are summer vibes.” – Anonymous

43. “Don’t underestimate the humble watermelon. It contains Vitamin A, which is essential for healthy eyes and boosts immunity.” – Gordon Rock

44. “A watermelon slice of heaven.” – Anonymous

45. “Watermelon is the best flavor of anything. You can’t change my mind.” – Anonymous

46. “Watermelon is a tasty treat to beat the heat!” – Anonymous

47. “Smelon like salty hair and ocean air.” – Anonymous

48. “Green Buddhas on the fruit stand. We eat the smile and spit out the teeth.” – Charles Simic

49. “You’re one in a melon.” – Anonymous

50. “What are you all doing to keep cool today? We have very cold watermelon.” – Anonymous

51. “What they forget is that the spirit of soil will turn the seed sapling once more!” – Soujarita D.

52. “Pass the watermelon, please!” – Anonymous

53. “Your annual reminder that the best thing to eat in a heatwave is watermelon! Chill a watermelon until it is ice cold.” – Anonymous

54. “In China and Japan, watermelon is a popular gift to bring to a host.” – Katie Potter

55. “The tastiest watermelon in the entire patch.” – Anonymous

56. “One way to cool down from the heat is to eat a watermelon.” – Anonymous

57. “Those unattractive sounds you make when eating watermelon.” – Anonymous

58. “Oh, to be eating watermelon on a summer day.” – Anonymous

59. “Just looking at this watermelon makes me feel refreshed.” – Anonymous

60. “Tangy watermelon juice is always a good option in summers!” – Anonymous

61. “Friends are like melons, shall I tell you why? To find one good, you must a hundred try.” – Claude Mermet

62. “I brutally tore through the skin of the succulent watermelon, I urged myself into the action of devouring blood-red chunks of the fruit.” – Nikhil Parekh

63. “I belonged to the church, and to the party of prohibition, and the villagers thought I died of eating watermelon.” – Edgar Lee Masters

64. “The true Southern watermelon is a boon apart and not to be mentioned with commoner things.” – Mark Twain

65. “You live as much in me as water in watermelon.” – Anonymous

66. “You can never be melon-choly in the summertime.” – Anonymous

67. “The category is fruit.” – Anonymous

68. “A little watermelon goes a long way.” – Anonymous

69. “Peelin’ pretty great about this summer so far.” – Anonymous

70. “Find me where the watermelon is.” – Anonymous

71. “Do you like your watermelon in slices or cubes?” – Anonymous

72. “Do you know what you call the outside of a watermelon? Rind of.” – Anonymous

73. “Today’s agenda—buy a watermelon, eat a watermelon.” – Anonymous

74. “How to cut a watermelon, featuring me.” – Anonymous

75. “This tan has my melon-in popping.” – Anonymous

76. “Watermelon you doing this summer?” – Anonymous

77. “It’s not a melon-y to love summer as much as I do.” – Anonymous

78. “A slice for you, and a slice for me.” – Anonymous

79. “Beach snack check!” – Anonymous

80. “The refreshing fruit that tastes like a melon bucks.” – Anonymous

81. “Why did one melon break up with the other melon? He didn’t know water problem was.” – Anonymous

82. “Watermelon exists. Why doesn’t earthmelon, firemelon, and airmelon? The Elemelons.” – Anonymous

83. “What was the watermelon’s naughty pick-up line? Want to see my melons?” – Anonymous

84. “What do you call a girl with no arms, no legs, sitting in a watermelon patch? Melanie!” – Anonymous

85. “Did you hear about the watermelon who starred in a telenovela? It was melon-dramatic.” – Anonymous

86. “What will happen in a watermelon’s funeral? The people there will be melon-choly sad.” – Anonymous

87. “‘Onions are the only food that can make you cry.’ That was before I hit him in the face with a watermelon.” – Anonymous

88. “Did you hear about the guy who smashed all those fruits? It was a slaughter melon.” – Anonymous

89. “What did the father cantaloupe say to his son? Watermelon!” – Anonymous

90. “What will a man be called if he has a lot of blusterous felon on his finger? He will be called as water-felon.” – Anonymous

91. “Why are watermelons such good entrepreneurs? They always have seed money.” – Anonymous

92. “What do you call a melon that commits a crime? A water-felon!” – Anonymous

93. “What will happen if the watermelon does not bathe for a couple number of days? It will start smelon!” – Anonymous

94. “How many animals are there in this zoo? There are thousands of animelons in the zoo!” – Anonymous

95. “Why do watermelons take such a long time to make decisions? They’re always melon it over.” – Anonymous

96. “What is Bruce Lee’s favorite fruit? Wataaaaar melooooon?” – Anonymous

97. “What do you call a watermelon that spends all day at the beauty spa? Must be a hot melon.” – Anonymous

98. “So, what do you do with an epileptic watermelon? Simple, you make a seizure salad.” – Anonymous

99. “When life gives you melons, you may have dyslexia.” – Anonymous

100. “What do you call two watermelons that are not allowed to get married? A couple of can’t-elopes.” – Anonymous

101. “Love watermelon with the seeds. It’s fun to spit them at people!” – Anonymous

102. “The teacher asked us in class that if a group of flowers was called a bouquet of flowers, what about watermelons? Yeah, I got sent to the principal’s for answering a-lotter melons.” – Anonymous

103. “I think I’m losing my rind.” – Anonymous

104. “If that’s the case, would it be wrong to say that the unfaithful watermelon had an illegitimate daughter-melon?” – Anonymous

105. “Everything is rind over here.” – Anonymous

106. “I will say, from here, the ocean looks pretty a-peel-ing.” – Anonymous

107. “Watermelon you up to today?” – Anonymous

108. “Orange you glad I brought a watermelon?” – Anonymous

109. “Things that make me happy—watermelon, watermelon-flavored candy, the watermelon emoji.” – Anonymous

110. “My aesthetic is watermelon.” – Anonymous

111. “What’s your favorite fruit, and why is it watermelon?” – Anonymous

112. “That feeling when you cut open a fresh watermelon.” – Anonymous

113. “Will there be watermelon, though?” – Anonymous

114. “The real-life version of the watermelon emoji.” – Anonymous

115. “Summer has entered the chat.” – Anonymous

116. “Having a melon ball.” – Anonymous

117. “We love watermelon if you couldn’t already tell.” – Anonymous

118. “You can never have too much watermelon.” – Anonymous

119. “It’s watermelon o’clock.” – Anonymous

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