Japanese farmer Mitsuo Shibata has grown a watermelon that would make Sir Mix-A-Lot hungry with desire.
The melon in question is actually two conjoined fruits that together look amazingly like a large, curvaceous derriere -- no ifs, ands, or butts about it.
"In my forty-plus years of growing watermelons, this is the first time I've seen this shape," Shibata, 58, said according to Kotaku.com.
As strange as it may seem, conjoined watermelons are common enough in Japan that there is a specific phrase for them: "futago suika," which translates as "twin watermelons."
You can see more of this cheeky phenomenon in the video above by WTFark.com.