Wordless Wednesday: a kitchen encounter March 30, 2016 Share this:ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
30 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: a kitchen encounter”
It may be Wordless Wednesday, but I must say — this is hilarious! I’ve never felt sorry for an onion in my life, but this baby just looks so sad.
Yeah, if I had green teeth I think I would be sad too, Linda. He should have seen his dentist, but we ate him before he had the chance! Mmmm… Tacos… 😉
Rita, the funny thing is, I didn’t notice until the next morning. A bit of drying on the counter overnight really brought out his features!
Wch one is monster onion?
Nicekid90, I don’t understand your question; there is only one onion on the counter.
OK I understand u
He looks like I feel on chemo, LOL!
You know, I can totally see that, Kathee. Glad you can laugh about it today. 😀
Yep, but I’m also not kidding! His face shows EXACTLY what I’m feeling inside with all the side effects. I want to share this on my FB page if I may. Like they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Kathee, of course you can share. I don’t mind at all. 🙂
Oh yeah, with you there: bloated, white as a sheet and distinctly nauseous!
He even has my swollen squinty eye from lymph node back up. Amazing.
I knew onions could make us cry but I didn’t know that we could make onions cry.
Thankfully, Tom, we don’t get to see their suffering often. Otherwise we would miss all the benefits of eating them!
Did you know they have Vitamin C (20%) Calcium (4%) and iron (2%) in them?
I do now. Thank you.
Love it! Poor sad onion probably made great tacos!
He did! 😀
Pretty sure I’d look exactly the same if someone were slicing me up in order to eat me!; ) A great pic Lynda, thanks!
Now that you mention it, Deb, me too!
Isn’t he, Annie? I love it when nature plays tricks on our perception. They say that people with the Pareidolia are nuts. If that is true, then I am happy to be a fruitcake! I should think that life would be a bit less interesting without this wonderful ability. : )
I would feel a bit guilty taking another slice off that face. I might expect it to scream. 🙂
Oh! Bill, let me put your mind at ease and share with you that he did not! 😉
It makes me think of Grendel in Beowulf…
Yes, I can see it too!
It’s an appropriate reflection of the facial expression brought on by peeling/cutting that very thing.
You know, Steve, you are exactly right! 😀
This is great!
Glad you liked it, Patti!