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 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
Tags: funny vegetables, Love Carrots, Love Vegetables, odd vegetables, rude yam, strange shaped vegetables
Thank you to Murren Tullett for our second smashing picture of a Yam which looks like a girl’s front bottom.
“Found by a friend that works at Sainsbury’s. ‘Gave us hours of amusement and joke material.”
Murren, I’m delighted to discover that the world of work has not changed since I left it. Thank you.
My cringing apologies to Ron Hoggan who submitted this smashing picture on 15 of October, I hope my tardiness will not be taken amiss.
Here is another fine carrot with a willy to grow to our ever growing Rude Carrot Club. Nicely picked out on the green background, too. Top work there, Ron.
Thanks to Daveofsky for sending me this smashing photograph of a Loch-Ness-Monster-shaped cucumber.
“I found this fellow relaxing in my cucumber plot. What could he be?”
Hmm… Is it Nessie or is it a cucumber viper, rearing to strike – if vipers don’t strike, I’m sure somebody will enlighten me..? Notice the mouth, it looks like a glove puppet. Is there somebody’s hand in there? Perhaps it escaped from Children’s TV.
I am especially appreciative of the way he has added the little eyes, for extra effect… it’s creative flourishes like this which make the difference!
Top job, David, we thank you!