Tags: love potatos, love spuds, potato nessie
Living in my salad.
In a continuance of our amusing potato series… not intentional but happening currently, I enclose this lovely Nessie shaped spud found in my own kitchen. Genus Pink Fur Apple, which looks more like ginger than a potato at the best of times and of course, this is not the best of times…
I’m sorry, I’ve drawn on it… I couldn’t help myself.
Tags: love spud, money shot, penis potato
Thank you to Melanie Huntley for this picture of a splendidly willy shaped spud shown below.
Combine one willy spud and more alcohol than many people have ever seen and you get… the Money Shot!
Thank you Melanie…
Tags: carrots with willies, Love Carrots, pervy carrots
Where do baby carrots come from, asks Cameron Meikle?
He then proceeds to answer his own question with this fine picture of a pair of naughty love carrots striking a pose.
“I found these both lurking in the bottom of the same bag!” He says.
We can only wonder what they’d been up to.
We like the ghostly up-lighting! Like a torch under the chin, only in this case, under the carrots… no less effective.
Thank you Cameron!
Tags: Love Carrots, pervy spuds, potato willy, potatoes which look like willies, willy and knacker food combos
Today we have Lea Alissa to thank for these smashing pictures of spuds which look like willies!
“I stumbled upon these on the net… ‘Not sure if they will appear clear on your site though…”
Have no fear Lea, they certainly do! Thank you for sending them in!
Pervy Potato 1 – or is that a Yam?
Pervy Potato 2
Two smashing links for you to enjoy, today.
First up, the Mutato Collection. Ok so one of the tomatoes is in its straightforward natural form BUT I bow to the other pieces of amazing vegetable weirdness displayed.
Second, MoFa Museum of Food Anomalies – great name – An online exhibition of the Art of Regular Food Gone Horribly Wrong. A wider remit than mine, it includes not only vegetables but other foods such as, the “happily oblivious” ice cream shown below. However, in a similar vein, visitors and regular readers are invited to submit their own anomalous foods.
What I find particularly interesting is that both these sites appear to be run as conceptual art projects by artists. Though I run this site as an escape… a hobby, in the real world I do, also, happen to be an artist. Is it something to do with our temperament, I wonder?