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Thursday, August 17, 2006

just because i don't want to leave anyone out...

11 comments:

Candice said...

my veggies never took such a beating just for a laugh, but sadly enough we've seen this guy in spandex-can you say"plum smuggler"?

That One Guy said...

He needs a tattoo: "Proud to be Hung Like a Mouse's Nose."

Dennis said...

Now that's a teeny weenie!

Anonymous said...

Your mean.

pmk said...

Not even worth commenting over...

Dave said...

the sad thing is, i'm STILL jealous...

jb said...

Those tomatoes look GIANT next to that 12-inch cucumber!!

pmk said...

Just for clarification (even though I said I wouldn't)....there are three pmk's at Sarahbellum's work. Clearly, that is not me

Scott the Stray said...

Did JB just make a double-entandre? Be still my heart.

sarahbellum said...

candyass: funny and tasty veggies, thanks!

one guy: laugh...

dennis: no, it's a puny pepper.

anon: duh.

dave: wow!

jb: hmm..

pmk: this is true, there are 3 pmk's at my office. it could be any of them.

scott: he did, it's a wonderful thing.

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