Unreal Nature

November 5, 2009

Consumed

Filed under: Uncategorized — unrealnature @ 7:57 am

Guess the answer:

What is this crab used for?

mysteryCrab

And this okra?

mysteryOkra

Answer is here, but don’t even think about looking until you have made at least one guess. [scroll way down the linked page to find the crab and the okra]

-Julie

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3 Comments

  1. I always flunked 20 questions. The crab could be a children’s ride, but it is in a shed with a low roof, so that doesn’t work. I guess they could be part of a parade float, but it looks more permanent. I suspect that both of these are part of an advertisement for a restaurant. But, where is the bowel of grits? (the okra looks like a tactical nuclear device; that god Robert E. Lee didn’t get his hands on it.)

    Comment by Dr. C. — November 6, 2009 @ 9:51 am

  2. that would “thank god”; those clever Africans….

    Comment by Dr. C. — November 6, 2009 @ 12:24 pm

  3. [I like “bowel of grits”.]

    I think it would be so totally classy to employ the okra as intended. The crab, on the other hand, would make a great crab-mobile. Totally puts the batmobile to shame. Much much better for going through the drive-thru what with all those grabbers to get what you want (whether they want to give it to you or not).

    Comment by unrealnature — November 6, 2009 @ 5:56 pm


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