I have made a \(\color{Blue}{\text{set of combinatorics problems}}\) by name ' Vegetable Combinatorics '

The set has problem names of the form

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Red}{\textbf{I am}}\) {name of veg} {some expression}

So far I have made the problems with following names in the set

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{DarkRed}{\textbf{I am Potato ~_~}}\)

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Red}{\textbf{I am Chili *_*}}\)

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Orange}{\textbf{I am Mango -_- }}\)

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Red}{\textbf{I am Tomato ^_^}}\)

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Purple}{\textbf{I am Mushroom ^-^}}\)

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Green}{\textbf{I am Spinach}}\) $__$

\(\quad \quad \quad \quad \quad \color{Blue}{\textbf{I am Onion >_<}}\)

For the further series, I am in search of names of \(\color{Green}{vegetables}\) and also need some smileys like that.

So please please please comment some expressions and names of vegetables, i really need help in this matter.

One of the suggestions i got was vegetable "Broccoli" the expression \(\textbf{e_e}\)

No offence, please don't spam here. Ignore if you are not interested. Only those who intend to help comment here.

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TopNewestI am Squash. |O_O|

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Sam vegetables ???

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I got a good one...

I am a Beetroot \(\sqrt{BEET}\)

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@Aditya Raut

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haha awesome...

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Make your solutions more atractive , this is completely based on \(\LaTeX\) colors. You will get almost everything about coloring there.... (And like, reshare if you find it helpful)

See the code i typed for Satvik Golechha's comment reply. Or, if you want details, see my note@Pankaj Joshi

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\(\color{orange}{I}\) \(\color{orange}{am}\) \(\color{orange}{an}\) \(\large\color{orange}{Apple}\) \(\color{orange}{@}\)\(\color{orange}{@}\).... BTW how did you color those 'underscores'??

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Type it in textbf

\color{Red}{\textbf{Satvik is Golechha @_@}}

will appear as

\(\color{Red}{\textbf{Satvik is Golechha @_@}} \)

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