Admire My Warty Gourd
Posted on October 8, 2017 Posted by John Scalzi 23 Comments
One of the things we and our visitors did this weekend was pick up pumpkins for ourselves and our kids. They got pumpkins. I found this magnificent gourd and decided to call it mine. It is… wartlicious.
Are you enjoying decorative gourd season?
Looks like someone decided to do a mashup of Cronenberg’s The Fly and Veggietales.
Heckuva gourd. Statuesque.
Careful… I think this is how Nelly got started on his dark path.
I don’t want to declare premature victory or anything, but I think that that title may be The Worst Euphemism.
That should be the basis for a new alien species. ME LIKES!
Can’t wait to see the burrito inspired by this monster.
At first I thought this was a chianti bottle that some wizard had burned a couple of dozen Dribbly Candles™ in.
you smooth talker you
Are you sure that isn’t Audrey, the ambassador from Gourdula? I’d heard she was.a real looker, but now…words fail me!
Warty Gourd sounds like a village in the south of England.
It’s the Devil’s Tower! The aliens are calling you!
“Warty Gourd” is the name of my next band. Coming to a state fair near you.
Since I don’t think you’d fit in there, I can honestly say you’re out of your gourd. :D
In gourd we trust.
this gourd is mighty in its wortyness
Have you ever seen bitter melon? It’s something that people actually eat, and it looks like a tumor stricken cucumber.
Unsurprisingly they are quite bitter.
So what’s with all these warty gourds?
You photograped it so that it looks like it touches the ceiling.That was deliberate,I suppose.
Scalzi, you fool1 That’s not a gourd–that’s a larval Elder Thing!
You know there’s totally a vaccine for that now.
That gourd looks like it has a horrible, disfiguring skin disease. Better hope it’s not transferrable to people.
Nature imitates Harvey Weinstein.