Face time: fun with food edition

21 Responses to Face time: fun with food edition

  1. Eliza Ayres says:

    Reblogged this on Blue Dragon Journal.

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  2. atimetoshare.me says:

    These are incredible. I guess we all need to look at our food a little closer so we don’t eat one of these little guys.

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  3. Merillion says:

    Love these. My fave is the tomato, and I love the green goddess!

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  4. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    Courtesy of BlueBird 👍😂

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  5. julesmomcat says:

    That angry split personality bell pepper is priceless!

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  6. The Hinoeuma says:

    The bread that looks like a Cheetah is amazing.

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    • ibikenyc says:

      It looks exactly like a Cheetah! I hadn’t seen that. Thanks for pointing it out 🙂

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    • Is that what it is? I thought it was fudge swirl ice cream!

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      • The Hinoeuma says:

        Examining the picture further, you may be right. That may be an ice cream container, split down the middle, though it looks like a “loaf.”

        I’ve been eating Stollen for Christmas and, when I saw it, I immediately thought German bread. Swirled ice cream would make a better picture. Stollen, not so much.

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      • ibikenyc says:

        Now that you mention it, it does look like the cross-section of a “half-gallon*” conainer of ice cream! Wonder why they did that?

        *Excuse me; I mean thirty-ounce. SIGH. Seems like fewer and fewer things are standard sizes anymore. Like mayo. And, dating myself badly with this, but didn’t cans of tuna used to be a whole eight ounces?

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  7. Hetty Eliot says:

    Oh man!! I love these!! Especially the first sunny-side egg! And the cat face in the coffee!

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  8. janiejunebug says:

    So cute. At one of the newspapers where I worked, people could bring in their oddly shaped veggies from their gardens and we’d photograph them and put them in the paper. Yes, it was a small town.

    Love,
    Janie

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  9. These are great. I especially liked the old man’s chocolate chip cookie face and the scary green pepper halves. 😀 Suzanne

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  10. ibikenyc says:

    That first pepper (a Poblano?) looks to me a lot like Rex, the timid dinosaur from “Toy Story.”

    Love the double fried eggs, but wheezing with laughter at all of them 😀

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  11. ibikenyc says:

    “It took me seventeen years to get three thousand hits in baseball. It took one afternoon on the golf course. ―Hank Aaron”

    LOLOL! That would be me, too!

    Also love “A penny saved is just another thing for the cat to knock off of the dresser.” Oh, indeed!

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  12. Jennie says:

    I love this!

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