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May 24, 2004

PETER PIPER PICKED A PECK OF PICKLED PEPPERS

... and then he played Pachelbel.

(Thanks to Camille Blanchette)

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I could not be this lucky.

eep! I was!

First!

Wow. I...I never thought this day would come. I worked so hard, paying my dues, and then... ...I'd like to thank the Academy...and Punky and Mel and Mudstuffin for inspiring me...

And, um, what the heck? Veggie orchestra? Is this really what Beethoven had in mind?

Um. Okay. It's dinner time out here, and I don't want to gross anybody out of existance, but it has to be said. They cook these things for soup afterwards??

Was anybody else in band?
Does anybody else remember the little puddles after fellow bandmates emptied the spit valves on their instruments?
Is anybody else just revolted beyond reason?

I think I'll just go poke out my mind's eye...

"I would never have thought you could get sound out of a cucumber," a young woman at the concert said.

Guess she's going to score a little low on the Kinky Test! ;-)

afurrica, Too Late! Now you've convinced me to NOT try the after-performance stew! :-)

P!S! judi, I don't give a damn what anyone else says, YOU get a blue-ribbon First! Prize for this one!!!! :-)

Umm ... the only music I ever hear vegetables making is of the flatulent variety ... after eating too many of them... of course, I don't speak from personal experience, we all know women NEVER pass gas ... EVER.

But I was always told women foofed........

They lied to you, Graz.

Women lie.

I'm so disillusioned now........

Next you'll tell me that the nice girl at the gentlemens club didn't need that $1000 dollars i gave her for her sick mother's brother's cousin's cat......

No, that was true.

But her boobs weren't.

Damn....can I count on anything in this world anymore?

afurrica, I played a trombone in high school band and I'm with you on this one..Spittle Stew.. GROSS!!!

Since throwing rotten tomatoes at this bunch wouldn't necessarily be understood as a gesture of disapproval, what would you have to toss at this orchestra to get them offstage?

Afurrica, it would be entirely appropos, since "Beethoven" means "beet garden"...

=^..^=

Please excuse me, but am I the only male that thinks that a woman going through the produce section doesn't necessarily decide on *ahem* edibility?! ;-) :-)

I've got to wonder about the quote,

"Ordinary vegetables work better together than organic vegetables," said Matthias Meinharter...

Suppose his milk comes from the store and NOT the cow? Or chocolate milk comes from chocolate cows?

WHAT's unOrdinary about organic vegetables?

I gotta take a leek.

Stash, loved "the Gourd family of artists."

GOod one Jeff.

Punky, yeah the broccoli and eggplant get me the worst.

Lairbo -"Since throwing rotten tomatoes at this bunch wouldn't necessarily be understood as a gesture of disapproval, what would you have to toss at this orchestra to get them offstage? "


Uh - power tools?

I think you would throw raw ground beef at them.

Or saltines. Maybe weevils.

I wonder if they play Mozartichikes or Beethoven.

I think you would throw raw ground beef at them.

Or saltines. Maybe weevils.

I wonder if they play Mozartichokes or Beethoven.

Rita, I know I answered you before but my post seems to have vanished in the air. Anyway, I don't eat much asparagus. True story: when we were kids my mother gave us canned vegetables only. Have you ever had canned asparagus? Not good. Let's just say it's a color not known to nature and to call it "soggy" would be an understatement. It wasn't until I was much older that I had the real thing. I like it but don't eat it much, I guess because my wife won't eat it. I do love cauliflower, another "gaseous" veg.

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