When I worked in produce, we had a guy there named Bryan who was...strange. We had sampled out cherries for the people walking down the aisles, and one lady was so happy that we pitted them beforehand. Pitting cherries is a lot of manual work, and Bryan then got a huge idea in his head. He told me he was going to pit cherries and then take them down to the flea market or something like that. I told him that it wasn't a good idea because of all the work, the refrigeration you'd need, and the fact that once you broken the skin of a fruit/vegetable it doesn't have long until it starts to rot away. If a person really desires pitiless cherries, it'd be a whole lot easier, cheaper, and simpler to get them in a frozen bag at the supermarket. He called me an idiot because I wasn't jumping on his super-cherry bandwagon. Maybe he was right, and he's sitting in his cherry-shaped mansion laughing at me right now.