Lesley-Anne came home from school one day, sighing gloomily, "my life is a lie!" What happened was that in biology, the teacher had taught them about the scientific classification of fruit and it turned out to be totally different from how we laypersons classify fruit.
For example, if I were to ask, among these four items - apple, lemon, grape, peanut - which of these is not like the other? I'm sure most people would say peanut because it's not a fruit. Well, if you did, you would be wrong. The peanut IS a fruit. The odd one out is the apple because although it's classified as a fruit, the part we eat is NOT the fruit. The fruit of the apple is actually the core. What we're eating is the modified receptacle of the apple flower.
Mind blown yet? There's more. Among these next four items - avocado, strawberry, water melon, cucumber - which of these is not like the other? Now you've probably wised up and thinking, oh, it's a trick question. Maybe the cucumber is a fruit. So maybe the avocado is not a fruit but a vegetable? Wrong! All of them are fruit! The one that doesn't belong is the strawberry. Because it's the only one that's not a berry!
The next time you see a yoghurt label saying 'mixed berries', tell yourself it's all a lie.