1. Please see the screenshots beneath from this YouTube video on why I don't understand the meanings of 'dull' and 'shiny' .

  2. If these pictures don't accurately portray 'dull' and 'shiny' watermelons, can someone please post pictures that do?

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    Do you understand the difference between bright vs. dark and dull vs. shiny? Because the text you've added to the screenshot suggests you might not. Those words are being used perfectly normally here. – Chris H Jun 7 at 9:00
  • Flagging as off-topic since this is an english language question, not cooking. You can also easily find the answer in a dictionary. – Luciano Jun 7 at 9:29
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this appears to be a language question, as opposed to a cooking/food-related question. – moscafj Jun 7 at 10:35
  • Maybe the video creators mixed up their stock photos. – Erica Jun 7 at 13:23
  • I'd consider asking this on the ELL stack exchange as it's about words, not cooking. – Bee Jun 10 at 14:12

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