Tale of vegetables and animals on imaginary table
Have you ever read odd combinations? They are fun. It reminds me of the combination created in a very famous movie “3 idiots”.
They bring smile to your face, they take you to imaginary creative land where there are no rules to combine.
Confused on what is this? Well it’s a combo of animal number & vegetable. Odd isn’t it but fun it is.
Wow, so haven’t I created some fresh new crispy names for pets hahaha. It’s like feeding my pet a number of veggies. But then that’s the beauty of combinations. You get some really great stuff on your hands.
So let me take you on a ride to veggie land with your favourite animal. For that let me take you to my backyard barn or animal shelter may I say. Ahhh there’s my chirpy sparrow jumping on yet another one, two, three branch(es), holding spinach in her beak. Hey see there that’s my 3 feet long tailed monkey4bean look there on that fifth tree in the row jumping with green green cucumber.
So this group of my animals were playing hide and seek when they go and hide inside a large hole inside a tree. A dark hole with only darkness in store. They keep walking, seeking help from owl to find the way out but nothing in vain. They are lost, in no where in darkness.
After a long 2 km run deep inside the hole thru a tunnel they see a pearly green light. Was it a pea? Or round round cabbage emitting that fresh green light.
All of them cried in unison for now they can go out and breathe fresh air. Slowly they moved towards the light which kept illuminating the gateway. As soon as they reached the opening all animals had a jaw dropping view as they had reached a vegetable wonderland. Lots of pumpkins, thousands of corns, uncountable peapods, leaves of spinach and lettuce 🥬 spread beneath. There was a minty fragrance in the air mixed with sweet smell of thousands of tomatoes 🍅🍅.
And even when the animals didn’t much like the vegetables they had no choice but to jump in the veggieland for rescue. There goes one, two, three, four, five, and one by one they had to jump and make friends with the vegetables in front of them spread in a large area.
Vegetables were in for a surprise. Potatoes and cucumbers, carrots and onions all were discussing in hush hush tones on the new development on there farm. Are they friends or foes? Are they family or enemy? Are they here to stay or just guests.
This post is a pure creation of my kiddo, I just weaved the words around his creative buildup.
All this happened, when we saw this pet dog chewing watermelon 😅😅 . Don’t believe me… Check out the pic😝
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