Giant spoon, with fork and girl!

Look at the expression on this woman’s face. Is it shock? Horror? Delight? Irony? A devastating amalgam of all of the above? Well, just consider how you would feel if confronted with such a fork and spoon. What are you supposed to make of it? Is God taunting you, using simple constructs of wood to remind you just how small and insignificant you are? Is it a harbinger of human evolution, an invitation to gigantism? Or is it just an interesting decorating ethic?

Also, hello ladies!


November 6, 2007. Appliances, Divine hammer, People.


  1. Alan replied:

    She’s experiencing extreme ambivalence.

  2. Rock replied:

    I’ve always wondered if Amanda’s “Blue Mon82aiu&#n2t1; was Blue Mountain, MS. It has a small Baptist women’s college where you can get a degree in things like teaching and nursing and music, but when I was a girl had a reputation of being pretty much a finishing school (maybe still does, I don’t live in the area any more.)

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