Thursday, September 07, 2006

Is this for real????

A friend of mine e-mailed this to me. All I can say this fo' real??? Because I'm the complete nutbar that I am (a slightly obsessive one), I am going to do an internet search to see if this is real or if it's something that's been PhotoShop'd ;p


Anonymous said...

Hey Chris where are you?! It's been over a week since you last posted.

Chrissy121875 said...

Hi Anon :) I'm back! Hubby and I went on a 5 day mini road trip and visited friends and family. I'm back now and ready to blog again! lol

BTW, I never did discover if the "frog in spinach bag" thingy was a hoax or not. I clicked on the link on the photo and it sent me to a dirty adult site. DO NOT - I repeat, DO NOT click on the website addy provided on the pic.

Anyway, all the more reason to not eat bagged spinach :) (I mean all the hype from packaged spinach on the news with E-coli and such. This is why fresh, homegrown is better!) We grow our own spinach and whatever veggies and fruits we don't have in the winter (and stuff that can't be frozen or preserved), we just do without until it's in season again.

Enough rambling...must get back to work! :)

Ms. Mamma said...

A frog in the spinach, all I can say is holy shit. Holy bad e coli shit.

monkey said...

would't it be dead if it was in there, something about lack of oxygen, he looked pretty healthy, pretty funny though.

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