I usually write about bizarre experiences or mouth before brain moments however just had to let you know about a growing interest I have had the misfortune to come across lol
Would have come up with a snappy title and big build up but the thing is it’s just better said – so here goes
Knitted fruit and vegetables!
You’re stunned! Me to lol
Having never heard of such a past time, over the last two weeks I have encountered these items on two separate occasions, the first in the local paper where a group of women’s institute ladies knitted an assortment of fruit and veg to sell on their stall to raise money, I grasp the raising money, I do honestly, but firstly who buys and what do they do they do with them – only so far can think that a knitted banana at least won’t go squishy and brown
The second occasion was whilst wandering around a craft market and came across a stall actually selling the items, and not just fruit and veg -oh trust me it gets worse……
And the piece de resistance – a selection of knitted pencils and crayons!!!
Help! If there is anyone out there who can tell me any useful uses for any of the above then please do…. Will happily give you a prize – should be able to get hold of a knitted prize cup somewhere lol
Actually on second thoughts maybe best not write think I could be inundated lol
……. And no there is not a use for knitted bananas or courgettes in Anna’s play cupboard – come on guys give this girl some credit – not a lot of use if it’s limp and goes soggy lol
Could not resist on the picture attached
Until the next time……..
I prefer to regard a dessert as I would imagine the perfect woman: subtle, a little bittersweet, not blowsy and extrovert. Delicately made up, not highly rouged. Holding back, not exposing everything and, of course, with a flavor that lasts.”
– Graham Kerr