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Dear, you look positively radishing!

January 6, 2009

Here’s a video report on a cook who also uses vegetables to make clothes and stuff, like for instance the carrot wig on this lady in the screen grab.

Now, I could write cute stuff about 24-carrot accessories, leek chic, unbeetable fashions, dressing in the legume room… but I’m way too mature for that.

After all, we’ve got this happy woman here who is praising a shredded carrot wig, saying, “The smell of carrot is so rich and fresh!”

Sure lady, I know you’ll be turning guys away at the singles bar once they catch that sexy scent of hair carrots.

And can I be frank here? Our report stresses that when you’re finished wearing them, you can EAT the items. I don’t care how hungry I EVER get, I’m not making soup out of lima bean pants I’ve worn around all week.

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Why? Just Why?

Posted by S | Report as abusive
 

You know, I would bet you’d enjoy those lima beans in a very hearty stew, made also with veggies worn by some family members… that should give it some of the old family recipe flavour…

Posted by M | Report as abusive
 

mmmm cabbage leaf socks.

Posted by mark | Report as abusive
 

S, I no longer know why. Actually, I never did, but the situation just keeps getting worse.

 

this looks ridiculus

 

What happens when you’re walking down the street and the seagulls/pigeons/neighborhood dogs think you are a tasty treat?

Posted by Angela | Report as abusive
 

Cool! It’s Pippi Longstalking!

 

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