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Frisky Garden: Vegetables That Will Make You Blush
Maybe it’s that by this time of year the heat is getting to everyone’s heads. Or gardeners are fed up with constant toiling and want to cut loose a little bit. Whatever it is, it seems we all get the giggles when it comes to frisky finds in the garden:You have to use your imagination a bit on some of these and on others… not so much. Are we just immature or do others think naughty vegetable shapes are funny, too?Have any frisky finds from your garden? Share in the comments!
Idol Rock - Brimham Rocks © Penny Mayes cc-by-sa/2.0
Covering an area of over 1 square kilometre on Brimham Moor in Nidderdale these millstone grit stacks have been eroded by glaciation, wind and rain to produce many fantastic shapes.
Something ran out from under a leaf. Tiny, like a springtail, but it didn't hop. Whenever I tried to pick it up with my skinny paintbrush, it raced backwards, as fast as it had been running forward. Under a magnifying glass, it waved big, angular pincers at me, like a crab would. I captured it, finally, in a drop of water, then photographed it with the camera and the microscope.To discover what it actually is, read the post at Wanderin' Weeta - an excellent nature blog.
Bad Tattoos: 8 More of the Ugliest Examples of Worst | Team Jimmy Joe
More of the Worst Bad Tattoos Here's a new slew of bad tattoos to tickle yer funny bone in the worst way! They just go to show that stupid is as stupid doe
Two Headed Animals - When Two Heads are Not Better than One
We say, or at least some people say, that two heads are better than one. The Japanese say "sannin yoreba monchuu no chie" which roughly translates to