Of what little I know/understand about quantum entanglement can somebody confirm if the following experiment is a good analogy to quantum entanglement of pair of particles? PS: please don't laugh as this could be very very lame!
I take an orange and an apple (of similar shape & weight). I put each of them in a non transparent bag separately and seal it off. I put both the bags in a box. I close my eyes and shake it thoroughly such that I no longer know which bag contains what fruit. Then I randomly pick one bag and take a flight to other part of the country.
Now given the above setup, I will not know what fruit is in my bag. In other words the fruit in my bag could be both apple/orange at the same time until I open the bag and see what is inside. As soon as I open it it is determined (similar to wave function collapsing) that I have an orange (for example) and there by making the fruit in the bag that was left in the box an apple (or vice versa).
Does this in anyway come close to what they are doing with quantum entanglement?