Keeping a wary eye on the Religious Right.
Scandalous! The Mormon in me would have blushed with embarrassment. But as it is, that's a pretty awesome picture of a beet.
Postmormon Girl -- It was too good not to photograph and share!
I'd sue Mother Nature for making unwanted sexual advances, Ahab. They are unwanted, aren't they? Aren't they?
Paul -- Well, juicy golden beets are never unwanted, even if they do look like hineys.
Christians get Jesus in a taco, we get mooned.
Infidel753 -- Paredoilia (sp?) rocks. I wonder what it says about me that I see obscene images in my produce?
What kind of fertilizer are you using anyway!
Doug -- Probably the same fertilizer that produced the potato you shared a while back! :Dhttp://gropingtheelephant.blogspot.com/2012/03/sometimes-potato-is-just-potato.html
I grew some flowers this year that I'd never tried before--dwarf snapdragons. I found out that between budding and full bloom there is a VERY phallic stage. Like, so specific as to be embarrassing! It was a funny discovery this spring/summer.
Michelle -- Flower gardening is not for the faint of heart! Who knew Mother Nature was such a perv?
It's all in your head. Stop obsessing about sex and they will look like animals. lol
Sherry -- It's not me! It's those dirty, lewd vegetables! THEY'RE the ones that can't keep it in the soil! :D
I can't wait to see the carrots and cucumbers your garden produces :-)
Pink Packrat -- Ha! I actually did see a rather ... fertility-themed carrot at the FAIL blog a while back.http://failblog.org/2011/08/12/epic-fail-photos-things-that-are-doing-it-clearly-not-a-baby-carrot/
I think Mark E Petersen would have some pretty strong words against gardening if he ever saw that!
Postmormon Girl -- The same Petersen that White & Delightsome is constantly poking fun at? He'd be horrified!
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