Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Another Ridiculously Big Plant


It figures I would play my own game first. Middle Monkey here again with Abby and a giant Pampas grass at our neighbors house. I cheated and shamelessly copied Weed Wackin Wenches photo. Their's is way bigger and they didn't pose a ten-year-old boy in front of it. Anyway, do you think the scale may be a little off? Sort of looks like the grass is trying to eat the house.
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11 comments:

  1. Wow, that is huge! I'd worry about what may be inside it hiding!
    Brenda

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  2. be afraid brenda, be very afraid. Tailless cats hide out in there just waiting to attack your ankles.

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  3. Wow, that is a big plant! My cat Reggie used to enjoy attacking our ankles for no reason. She'd run up, wrap both paws around your leg and bite. It was meant as a way of playing, but it sure hurt sometimes. Luckily she was declawed though or it may have hurt worse. She never "attacked" the kids, I don't think she ever liked them enough to want to play with them.

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  4. Visit my blog for pics of my hydrangea blooms. They aren't ridiculously huge, but they're the biggest thing I've got going on right now. And, sorry, I don't have any cute bunnies for my pictures. :(

    http://in--stitches.blogspot.com/2008/06/big-hydrangeas.html

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  5. Hi cinj, I bet I can find something over there at your place.

    Hi sis, linked you and jack.

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  6. OMG that thing IS going to eat the house! Too funny. We have rats living in the ones around here. Not so funny. Not funny at all.

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  7. OMG that thing IS going to eat the house! Too funny. We have rats living in the ones around here. Not so funny. Not funny at all.

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  8. That is ginormous! Plants just don't grow that big up north! And rabbits aren't that cute and sweet either!

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  9. I thought the Wenches' pampas grass was scary enough (and that was BEFORE the... shudder... rats). And no this! Let's hope there are no r... ra... uh, rodents lurking in this one! That Abby's a cutie (and of course, Middle Monkey is, too, but don't tell him I said so; no boy wants to be "cute")!

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  10. Thanks Sherry, but you have a pretty cute bunny picture on your blog too.

    Sorry ofb, we don't seem to be able to keep the scary creatures out of this comment section. I won't tell him, he would turn red and hide.

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