Thursday, August 21, 2008

oh holy hell

Leucocoprinus birnbaumiiThe Professor had been vaguely aware that a plant in the workshop had some soil mold. A closer look today reveals dead or inanimate worms and two bright moon yellow penises. Any explanations, recommendations from the readership would be appreciated here. Can I leave this alone in the workshop for a day or two or should I roll it out immediately? Will it grow and kill the workshop cat? Where did the worms come from? It was just miracle-gro potting soil and a plant from a local nursery. And what lies under the soil, at the base of the yellow penises?

The Professor shudders to think.

6 comments:

Italian Spidermant said...

AAAAAAAAAA!!!!!

snoring woman said...

AAAAAAAAA!!!!

beck said...

AAAAAAAAAA!!!!!

Postillion said...

Gross, gross, gross. Get rid of it! NOW!

Shirley said...

Yellow penises in my plant
"There's a fungus among us" we all chant
Gosh o gee won't i have fun,
swallowing penises one by one

Professor Marvel said...

Oh dear!

Little Shirley's just kidding, folks, they may be harmful if eaten