Tuesday, July 12

vote for zoe, it's the right thing to do

My Party, 'Give Peas a Chance' is a Party whereby we start to learn to love those vegetables that are so wrongly pushed to the side of our plates which is why our main GPAC Party Leader will be none other than the Brussel-sprout. A good choice indeed as it hails from the centre of Europe and nothing can get to the centre of the Brussel-sprout as it has many outer skins.

The Cauliflower will be the Party cheerleader dressed only in a cheese sauce, whilst the Peas will remain the National Party Anthem. We aim not to over-cook our vegetables but learn how to cook them al dente, or better still, steam them. The Asparagus will lead the Party's way of thinking as a bit of phallic-graffitti here and there never hurt anybody and can perk you up better than a cup of coffee first thing in the morning.

The Potato will be at the centre of the Party, providing a solid leg to stand on and a soft, mashed shoulder to cry on. The Tomato, although not always considered a vegetable but rather a fruit will be there to flash their eyelashes at the opposition whilst the Leek will be ready to show a leg or two at any given moment. And in times of trouble the Pumpkin will always be ready to be flung from our trebuchet in any direction worthy of it.

All we are saying, is Give Peas a Chance.


Blogger Guyana-Gyal said...

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6:11 PM  
Blogger Guyana-Gyal said...

Pee is good. I mean, Peas is good, this is a good party.

When the peas get tough, you can plink 'em at peeple who annoy you, and chant, peas, peas, peace.

Give Peas A Chance, I say.

6:21 PM  
Blogger lindaweaverfamily said...

Vegetables are great, but the Heart Start Defibrillator is better (At saving your life, that is ;) ).

7:40 AM  

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