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There was a green house.
Inside the green house there was a white house.
Inside the white house there was a red house.
Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

What am I?

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It is

watermelon

There was a green house.

it have green layer outside

Inside the green house there was a white house.

inside green layer there is slightly white layer

Inside the white house there was a red house.

watermelon's pulp is red

Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

There are lots of seed in that pulp.


Picture of a watermelon

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Tasty - guess who am I?

An attractive pregnant woman carrying octuplets. Tasty has the meaning of 'attractive' when referring to women.

There was a green house.

The pregnant woman was wearing a green dress.

Inside the green house there was a white house.

Her underwear were white in colour.

Inside the white house there was a red house.

Two ways to justify. Either her skin was red, or the redness refers to the viscera inside her body.

Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

Her children in her womb. God bless them!

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    $\begingroup$ I prefer to think of the 'white house' as her skin and the 'red house' as her viscera. $\endgroup$ – Bailey M Jun 4 '15 at 14:15
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My first thought:

A Tomato (or its seeds, depending on which bit the "I" refers to)

The green house

Is a standard gardener's glass green house

Inside the green house

There is a white refrigerator

Inside the white house

There is a freshly-plucked tomato

Inside the red house

Are lots of tomato seeds (babies)

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    $\begingroup$ Why would there be a refrigerator inside a greenhouse? $\endgroup$ – Dougal Jun 5 '15 at 2:14
  • $\begingroup$ a. To keep the tomatoes fresh once picked (or to chill seeds to stratify them before sowing). b. Because the puzzle demands a "white house" :-) A white cool $\endgroup$ – TripeHound Jun 5 '15 at 5:54
  • $\begingroup$ Are greenhouses kept warm? That just increases the work the refrigerator must do to keep things cool. $\endgroup$ – FreeAsInBeer Jun 5 '15 at 15:15
  • $\begingroup$ I never claimed it would be sensible to put fridge in greenhouse... $\endgroup$ – TripeHound Jun 5 '15 at 15:17
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To differing degrees all of these have a green shell, followed by white and red layers, and being fruits, they all contain seeds.
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Guayaba: enter image description here

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Apart from the obvious answer by @CoDe MurDeRer, here is alternative:

Really big and color-specific Matryoshka doll

There was a green house.
Inside the green house there was a white house.
Inside the white house there was a red house.
Inside the red house there were lots of babies.

The outermost layer is green, next is white and red. An because it is a big one, it will have lots of "babies".

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