I was shellshocked when I saw this!


note: does this make the planter an “eggplanter“?

double note: these people have really shelled out for their fertilizer.

triple note: the egg shells kind of look cool, but the dead chickens around the trees in the frontyard didn’t really do it for me.

quadruple note: are egg farms “egg plantations“?

5 responses to “Eggplant

  1. Egg plantations…HA! Are there really egg farms or are eggs the by-products of chicken farms?

    Will the dead chickens turn into zombies?

    I brought two small eggplants home yesterday, but I don’t know what to do with them. I also have a gigantic zucchini, a large basket of tomatoes, squash, corn, carrots…it’s a shame to waste good produce.

  2. Well, a little confusing,,,,,strange…..:)

  3. There must be a dozen eggs in there! Were they new or used? No wonder the chickens were dead.

  4. So that’s where eggs come from!

  5. Thanks for the comments.

    Tammy: I think chickens are present at both chicken farms and egg farms, but eggs aren’t the by-product of chicken farms … KFC is. hee hee!

    I hear chicken farmers make a poultry amount of money too.

    Doraz: if it was a big egg in the planter surrounded by a bunch of little flowers it would probably have been better. hee hee!

    Donald Diddams: thoses eggs were hatched! All evidence of what was inside them has long since flown the coop … or is in someone’s belly now. hee hee!
    The next time I drive by that place, maybe I’ll stop and tell them to use free range eggs or organic eggs that don’t have any fertiler in them. hee hee!


    “Mommy! Where do eggs come from?”

    “They come from chickens.”

    “Where do they hide them? … up their ass?”

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