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des - 30.05.11 02:26
My wife grew tomatoes last year.

...Have you ever seen "The Day of The Triffids"?....

They tried to come in the kitchen windows. The plants, that is, not the individual tomatoes. Those plants are scary plants.

We had a LOT of chutney that year.
simonmackie - 30.05.11 02:03
I grow alot of dandelions on my allotment...and nettles...and brambles. Brilliant, eh?
des - 30.05.11 01:56
This is on the same principle that people resemble their dogs (or vice versa?) Nicely spotted, sir. I grow a lot of dandelions, and my hair tends to resemble them in their half-blown away puffball stage.

simonmackie - 29.05.11 23:50
I'm growing Jerusalem artichokes in my allotment at the moment and I'm probably beginning to resemble that man I drew. Jerusalem artichokes are delicious in soups. I think you should try them, Boy.That third guy is growing a beetrout.
boy - 29.05.11 22:51
Ah now I see: I googled this funky fruit, looks really disgusting
By the way, the 3rd one, what is he producing, pee-taters or reddish marshmellows?
simonmackie - 29.05.11 22:17
You are what you grow. This man has been growing Jeruslaem arthichokes
boy - 29.05.11 22:13
The 4th one is presenting his melted face? Someone from Glasgow?

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