When I said eggplant-like-tomato, I never meant a tomato scion inserted to eggplant stock. These, the tomato on the left is the regular diamante variety and the one on the right is unknown.
Here is a previous flashback.
I bought 1/4 kilogram ripe tomatoes. Sliced them to halves. Gathered the seeds and sown them to prepared pots. The day after, I observed numerous small red ants digging and hauling the seeds. Then no plants sprouted after a week. The busy ants surely hauled them all.
Note: Growing tomatoes is one of my subject requirement in my masteral study.
I bought another 1/4 kilogram ripe tomatoes. Gathered the seeds again and planted them on the same pot. The red ants will sure haul the seeds again so I sprayed a strong insect killer solution to pot. The seeds grew, yielded fruits and I managed to complete the subject requirements.
So where did this eggplant like-tomato came from? I assure I never bought any tomato of this shape. I grew over 12 plants and this was the only one which had a different shape.