April 23, 2010

The Way of the Vegetable.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 3:54 pm

“Rutabaga?” What kind of a bullshit name is that?

Oh, like you’re one to make fun of names. Talk about a bullshit name, try saying your name, real fast, three times. Go ahead. Try it! Never mind. I’ll do it for you. ”Squash! Squash! Squash!” Sounds like someone walking through slush, or maybe shit.



Dudes, Arugula here. What’s with all the anger and arguing? That is not The Way of the Vegetable. Maybe you should each take a few cleansing breaths and look deep inside yourselves to find the source of this hostility. I believe if you just try, we can all get along.

Hippie jyerrkoff!

Moonbat douchebag!

Now, where were we?

You were calling me an asshole.

Oh, right, asshole.



  1. You are a lunatic. A funny one, but a lunatic nonetheless. “Cleansing breath.”

    God I love these talking vegetable posts. It makes me feel kinda like I had 3 full servings. All healthy and shit. And yet, not so much mentally.

    Comment by sheri — April 23, 2010 @ 4:21 pm

  2. I read these posts and give the veggies accents in my head. Turnip sounded like Borat. Squash sounded like a NYC cabby. Arugala was pure SoCal surfer dude.

    Comment by LeeAnn — April 23, 2010 @ 4:44 pm

  3. Fuck Arugula!

    Comment by Joan of Argghh! — April 24, 2010 @ 2:56 pm

  4. Funny, my boys just asked me what a rutabaga was tonight. The older two have gone all farmer on me. They want to grow stuff. I nixed the rutabagas. I think they settled on watermelon and maybe carrots.

    Comment by Bou — April 24, 2010 @ 10:57 pm

  5. You could make a book of these Veggie-Tales Posts and sell it. A hell of a lot better than the LOLCat Bible, for sure.

    Hey, that was no rutabaga – that was a turnip! (A distinction without a whole hell of a lot of difference. A rutabaga is a turnip’s ugly, stupid-looking big brother.)

    Comment by Elisson — April 26, 2010 @ 11:49 am

  6. Hahahahaha – oh my… Thanks for the laugh Jimbo. I needed that… 🙂

    Comment by Richmond — April 30, 2010 @ 5:04 pm

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