Beetroot Rabbit?

July 24, 2007 at 8:52 pm | Posted in Aesoteric Blogs, Because I can., Humorous Vegetables, Love Vegetables, Odd plants, Reader Submissions, Vegetables, Your Pictures | 3 Comments

Maria Silk has kindly sent me this picture of a beetroot which her husband grew just for her. She reckons it looks like an Ann Summers “Rampant Rabbit” vibrator!

Hmm… it does bear a resemblance, doesn’t it?

Maria, thank you.

Everyone else, enjoy!

Rampant Beetroot

Amber Anger… eek

July 17, 2007 at 1:09 pm | Posted in Aesoteric Blogs, Humorous Vegetables, Is it Art?, Love Fruit, Odd plants | 2 Comments

Another smashing clever vegetable photograph for the “is it art” section… This angry orange is disturbing enough without the enraged kumquat cohorts! Imagine the noise this lot would be making, too. How delighted I am that they are not in the room with me!

Enjoy!

Screaming fruit

Raspberry Shorts…

July 15, 2007 at 4:12 pm | Posted in Aesoteric Blogs, Humorous Vegetables, Is it Art?, Love Fruit, Reader Submissions, Your Pictures | 1 Comment

Our second submission from Risto is this fine pair of raspberries which have conjoined to make an interesting pair of “shorts”. If you wanted to give your pet mouse the Tudor look then, doubtless, these raspberry leggings would be just peachy!

Enjoy…

Raspberry shorts

Love carrots! The a-Risto-chrat amongst vegetables…

July 12, 2007 at 6:11 pm | Posted in Aesoteric Blogs, Because I can., Humorous Vegetables, Love Carrots, Love Vegetables, Reader Submissions, Vegetables, Your Pictures | 2 Comments

I am always delighted when my readers join in and today, someone has done just that!

We have Risto Talas to thank for this fine photograph of a pair of love carrots.

“Mother nature has taught my carrots to do the tango.” Says Risto.

Well… they’re certainly doing something!

Thank you for your submission…

Risto’s Tangoing Carrots…

Prickly…

July 2, 2007 at 9:04 am | Posted in Aesoteric Blogs, Because I can., Humorous Vegetables, Love Plants, Odd plants | 3 Comments

This splendid pervy cactus, though neither fruit nor vegetable, clearly deserves a posting because it looks like a willy!

Here’s another obscure fact. Did you know that in ancient Greece there was a vegetable related punishment for adulterers and a specific word for the description thereof…

Rhaphanidoô means, literally to thrust a radish up the fundament, a punishment of adulterers in Athens.

I am sure if they could see this picture, those who had been punished in that particular manner would be thanking their lucky stars that they had to endure nothing more than a brisk run in with a radish!

Enjoy…

Pervy Cactus

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