The Number of the Beast

If anyone was wondering what happens if you leave your very early potatoes in the ground until the end of August, I can tell you that the result is not pretty. Once more I feel the sharp injustice that there is no ‘comedy vegetable’ category in the village show.

monstrous potato

And while we’re on the subject of freaks of nature and/or signs of the end times approaching:

cow with eight on its side

I can only assume that elsewhere in the field, six, six and six are waiting to line themselves up, and then it’s game over.

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3 Responses to The Number of the Beast

  1. Anonymous says:

    That spud reminds me of something, but I can’t think what, only that it is scary.
    John

  2. Autolycus says:

    At that distance it’s a bit hard to tell, but perhaps it’s the Magic Eight Bull

  3. disgruntled says:

    @John – it’s the way it’s clearly assimilated other smaller potatoes that I find a bit sinister…
    @Autolycus – groan

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