Giant watermelon!

We planted watermelons in our garden this year, and let me tell you, that’s a plant that just takes over. It grows everywhere. But none of ours grew a face and legs, like this one seen here attacking a young lady in the park. I credit this to the fact that we didn’t use MiracleGrow or any other artificial substances. Yet another benefit of organic gardening: your produce doesn’t sprout appendages and turn on you.

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September 26, 2007. Food.

2 Comments

  1. Alan replied:

    your produce doesn’t sprout appendages and turn on you.

    I first read this as turn you on. Changes the whole meaning of the sentence when you do that.

  2. david replied:

    Growing your own watermelons. That’s such a great idea. Maybe I’ll have to try.

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