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(New York Daily News)   Because your day wouldn't be complete without meeting the man who grew a world record 6 foot, 60-pound cauliflower. Sorry girls, he's married   ( nydailynews.com) divider line
    More: Spiffy, cauliflowers, East Midlands, parsnips, vegetables  
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2363 clicks; posted to Geek » on 29 Apr 2014 at 9:45 AM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2014-04-29 10:04:25 AM  
Imagine the gas from those old people eating 60 pounds of cauliflower now that it's been harvested.
2014-04-29 11:08:45 AM  
Named it Audrey, no doubt...
2014-04-29 01:09:23 PM  
Looks like Audr....

Perlin Noise: Named it Audrey, no doubt...


/feed me
2014-04-29 01:14:25 PM  
"Green-fingered Peter Glazebrook has already clinched four world records, having grown the longest beetroot (21 feet) and parsnip (more than 19 feet), and the heaviest potato (almost 11 pounds) and onion (18 pounds)."

Ummm what does he have in his ground or water?  I've seen some old movies that start out like this.
2014-04-29 01:41:02 PM  

degenerate-afro: Looks like Audr....

Perlin Noise: Named it Audrey, no doubt...


/feed me

Well, I was going a different route, so I'll post anyway:

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"How YOU doin'?"
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