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A cross between a squash and a virus

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In the immortal phrase of M, who bought them in the first place.
13th Nov 2007, 23:00   | tags:,,,,

nige says:

so weird. looks like something by Louise Bourgeois, and i'm watching a show on her right now...

13th Nov 2007, 23:19

OJ says:

So am I Nige. :) Even before the programme I had a very strong disgust reaction. I'm not usually squeamish but this pushes all the buttons. Horrid.

13th Nov 2007, 23:27

nige says:

i just can't get away from "warts"

13th Nov 2007, 23:32

OJ says:

You'll be pleased to hear that they're not edible. Probably not surprised though. Pox fritter anyone?

13th Nov 2007, 23:46

nige says:

eeuuugh!

14th Nov 2007, 00:04

Jane Doe says:

Talking of Louise Bourgeoise I'm off to Tate Modern on Saturday : )
Pustule. Now there's a horrid word - did you eat the squashes?
EDIT - so much fro my close reading skills. So they weren't edible and they're not pretty. Hmm

14th Nov 2007, 12:42

OJ says:

As you've rightly identified - no I didn't! I know, it seems ever such a waste to sell something as just an ugly ornament - but then I guess I buy flowers which are pretty ornaments.

I suspect these weren't very popular as they were bought for 10p, reduced from £3.

14th Nov 2007, 12:56

hildegard says:

Tend to agree as to their pointlessness - can't see why anyone would deliberately grow an inedible cucubrit. The same care could have brought forth courgettes, all sorts of tasty squashes, pumpkins, or with more faffing, cucumbers. This is defiantly inedible.

14th Nov 2007, 23:06

swamprose says:

:)
we think they're decorative and people buy them and put them in bowls as centrepieces, or around the house.

I love your take on them. kultural differences.

15th Nov 2007, 13:35

kel says:

eugh!

15th Nov 2007, 16:12

OJ says:

Swamprose, that's exactly what they're sold for here. It's just the knobbly bits that get me..

15th Nov 2007, 23:51

Spiderbaby says:

A celebration of wartiness - the ideal housewarming present for Oliver Cromwell.

18th Nov 2007, 16:26