Gut Rumbles

June 10, 2006

ohmygawd!!! What have i done???

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I'm growing Mutant Tomatoes in my garden now. Just look at THOSE TWO!!!

If they don't make you think obscene things... you need to be dragged off and shot.

Bejus! I'm afraid to eat 'em.


It just nature's sense of humor. Have a good laugh and enjoy them.

Posted by: Kevin on June 10, 2006 02:57 PM

You got to stop sleepwalking, Rob...

Posted by: wil on June 10, 2006 03:20 PM

Are these just regular tomatoe bushes or what?? Nice 'maters!

Posted by: Dawn on June 10, 2006 03:49 PM

You too, huh? Mine have taken to going kinda cone-shaped. Odd...

Yours look like Siamese Twin (or triplet) tomatoes...

Posted by: Kathy K on June 10, 2006 04:09 PM

Make 'em into salsa

Posted by: Ron on June 10, 2006 04:48 PM

Whal....all I gotta say is, if you DO eat 'em, wipe off the fuckin' DUST!
Jeasus Christ inna handbasket! Get a DAMNED MAID.

Posted by: LilToni on June 10, 2006 05:15 PM

Must be something in the fertilizer. Don't show those to your neighbors, in case their kids who come by looking for yard-work start growing extra arms and stuff.

Posted by: Tessa on June 10, 2006 05:39 PM

There's something indecent about them. I'd keep my eye on them before eating them. You might just catch them fucking.

Posted by: Pert Moody Newt on June 10, 2006 06:52 PM

I'm guessing those aren't *organic* tomatos.

Posted by: DogsDontPurr on June 10, 2006 07:28 PM

If ya don't want to eat 'em, you could always lick the alphabet on 'em.

Do capital letters and stutter when ya hit "T".


Posted by: Stevie on June 10, 2006 07:33 PM

The one on the right looks like a diseased and very small penis with two bulging balls...

Posted by: Lisa on June 10, 2006 07:42 PM

Damn it, you've got to pinch some blossoms to give 'em room to grow.

Posted by: red on June 10, 2006 09:40 PM

Derned confuser!!! Wait fer me!!

Perhaps this tomato is the result of the recently applied rattlesnake fertilizer?


Posted by: Rob (not THE Rob) on June 10, 2006 09:48 PM

looks like a case of cross pollination from a plum tomato to a regular or vice vera..I had some of that this year but not to that extreme. Over fertilization can cause it also.

Posted by: GUYK on June 11, 2006 09:00 AM
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