Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Fisting: Now with more strawberry!

We've all seen it at one point or another.

Don't try to deny it.

Sitting, or standing, watching in awe. That something SO LARGE could fit into such a small opening.

It's astounding. It can be revolting, but it's mostly a marvel.

I feel embarassed to admit it, but this time, after I saw it, I was actually drawn to it. I was nearly salivating because I wanted it so badly.

It was huge and freakish and odd and beautiful.

Yeah, I'm sure there was no genetic modification involved in this freak at all. (And by freak I mean the strawberry, not the blogger holding said strawberry).


What, what were you expecting?

I can only imagine the level of disappointment someone is feeling if they ventured here on a much different Google search...


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9 comments:

  1. LOL! There are a whole horde of pervy google searchers out there who are going to be ever so disappointed!

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    1. @Kellie - I know, I know. Small comfort for the grossness I feel when I see how some people googled to find my blog. *shudder*

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  2. I had a strawberry that size once, and couldn't say what it tasted like. For sure it wasn't strawberry. They are not meant to be the size of a small apple.

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    1. @Keith - Yeah, it wasn't sweet or anything, mostly just THERE. When we grew our own strawberries, we were lucky if we got one as large as a quarter!! I wonder how many hormones I swallowed with this.

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  3. LOL That's a huge strawberry!

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    1. @J.Day - I should have weighed it out!

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  4. That looks amazing. I hope it tasted as good as it looked.
    We get big ones like that sometimes and they are usually yum

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    1. @Mynx - it was disturbingly bland. I also ate it really fast, so maybe I didn't give it a chance... but it smelled really good and looked really good!

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  5. Whoa...That is not what I was expecting at all.

    I heard strawberries are the fruit most covered in pesticides. Be sure to scrub that big boy!

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