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'Well I'll be darned, I guess he is allowed.'
Corn and Bunion plants.
"We're presenting this year's award to the tomato—for the way he has deepened our understanding of world-conflict resolution, for fostering the ideals of peace, friendship, and international brotherhood, and for being delicious."
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'The vegetables sat in the crisper for hours...days...a whole week. Then suddenly, the drawer opened. A hand reached in, grabbed the kale, and all you could hear was the sound of...A Garbage disposal.'
The BLTR (the bacon, lettuce, tomato, revolution)
"Served with the iconic topping of lettuce, tomato and onion."
"Here's to us, kid—and the healing powers of raw juices."
Tags:food, vegetable, vegetables, veggie, veggies, fruit, fruits, tomato, tomatoes, carrot, carrots, juice, juices, raw juice, raw juices, healing power, healing powers, healing, power, powers, health, healthy, eating healthy, healthy diet, fitness, toast, toasting, cheers, drink, drinks, drinking, nutrition, vitamins, nutrients, nutritious, food trend, food trends, trend, trends, trendy
"Summer's here. Do you want to start talking incessantly about tomatoes or corn?"
Tags:season, seasons, summer, summertime, food, vegetable, vegetables, veggies, tomato, tomatoes, corn, corn on the cob, corn-on-the-cob, talking, discussing, speaking, conversing, topic, topics, theme, themes, fresh, local, produce, incessantly, endlessly, ceaselessly, never stops talking, agriculture, farm, farms, farming, farmer, farmers, market, markets, chef, chefs, cook, cooks, barbecue, barbecues, barbeque, barbeques
"You were overheard saying you'd kill for a good tomato."
Tags:food, food shopping, food store, food stores, grocery, groceries, grocery shopping, grocery store, grocery stores, supermarket, supermarkets, shopper, shoppers, customer, customers, police, police officer, police officers, policeman, policemen, cop, cops, arresting, under arrest, threat, threats, threatening, death threat, death threats, uttering threats, violent, violence, tomato, tomatoes, figure of speech, wordplay, word play
Little New Jersey - Lower Manhattan, N.Y.C.
FASHION NOTESFIRST SHOES FROM ITALY
Tags:shoe, shoes, footwear, fashion, style, art, design, designs, unique, original, inspired, designer, designers, fashion statement, word play, wordplay, typewriter, typewriters, camera, cameras, wine, statue, statues, david, michelangelo, snowman, snowmen, whale, whales, tomato, tomatoes, salsa, italian, italy, in fashion, in style, avant-garde, trend, trends, trendy, modern, shape, shapes
"He's going to be even more of a vegetable."
Tags:black humour, vegetable, vegetables, veggie, veggies, veg, carrot, carrots, tomato, tomatoes, tomatos, doctor, doctors, md, mds, surgeon, surgeons, surgery, surgeries, in surgery, patient, patients, vegetative, vegetative state, vegetative states, in a vegetative state, operating, operation, operations, operation theater, operating theaters, operating theatre, operating theatres, dying, coma, comas, in a coma, fatally ill, fatal illness, incurable, incurable illness, incurable illnesses
'Our relationship is worse than I thought. I say 'tomato,' you say 'keg of beer.''
Tug of pronunciation: 'We say to-may-to...' 'We say to-mah-to...'
Two men stand back to back as the sun rises; one man holds a basket labeled "Tomato" while the other holds a basket labeled "To-mah-to".
"Jersey Tomatoes" vs. "Jersey toMAHtoes"
Tags:new jersey, tomatoes, tomato, vegetable, vegetables food, pronunciation, pronunciations, english, language, market, markets, roadside stand, roadside stands, farmer's market, farmer's markets, disagreement, disagreements, disagreeing, competing, competition, selling, farmer, farmers, agriculture
"I see here the party of the first part says 'potato.' The party of the second part says 'potahto.' The party of the first part says 'tomato,' the party of the second part says 'tomahto.' Both parties, by mutual agreement, wish to call the whole thing off
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'...and if you want to get even with the place down the road, some tomato seeds with cactus genes could be blown onto their fields.'
'Better cover-up sweetie, you're starting to burn!'
Farmer's Black Market.
'I was hoping it was going to be bigger, but I'm still new to gardening.'