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Do you mean apart from the fact that it's nonsense?
I imagine it's supposed to be humorous, but it is full of factual errors.
We don't say "comes out of a tree". "Comes from a tree" or, "grows on trees" would be more natural. And it's not the cocoa that grows on trees but the cocoa beans. And how many trees do you know that are salad?
Last edited by Roman55; 04-May-2014 at 19:14.
I'd put a comma a comma before which and the last sentence is not a sentence. However, as Mike says, it doesn't matter.
What's the reason that "come out a of tree" is unnatural?
Unfortunately, I couldn't convince the admin of this page that his post is unnatural. He insists on that I'm on the wrong track because I'm a non-native speaker. He claims that all the factual sentences are common in English.