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March 27, 2006

GUTSY DECAPITATED RADISH UPDATE

It's been rushed to intensive care.

(Thanks to Terry T.)

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they named it Dokonjo Daikon, or the radish with fighting spirit.

That's funny, that's what they used to call me in High School.

Daikon take ourrr rrradishes - but dai will neverrr take our frrreedom!!
(trying to imagine what a Scottish/Japanese accent would sound like)

Someone get Bill Frist on the line.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Radish.

All your radish are belong to us.

ps: The "FIghting Decapitated Radishes" would be a good name for a high school sports team.

The good news...they'll be able to save the radish.

The bad news...it'll be a vegetable for the rest of its life.

This is just radishulous.

And *SNORK* @ Craig

Veggie Tales, the Reality Series.

Inspired by the radish's fight for life, the town council now wants to extract seeds or even DNA from its remains in the hope of producing offspring of similar fortitude.

They want mutant radish / town council offspring with 'similar fortitude'? I guess as long as they keep it in the vegetable family.

Up next, on Veggie Tales: Roger Radish teaches Bobby Broccoli a lesson about helping others, without the benefit of his head. Cameron Carrot peels to the root of the problem for the remainder of the episode.

Ahem. I meant episalad.

Smile, Japan loves you!

again, Kikkoman does nothing!!!

Uhm, if they do manage to produce radishes of 'similar fortitude,' what will they do with them? Plant them in the sidewalk? Or is the theory that a radish that strong must be delectible?

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