#100- Remarkably, the site is not yet pushing up daisies. Just ingesting them.

100th new thing!  Woo-hoo!  Never mind I should have hit this milestone 34 days ago.  To celebrate:

I ate a flower.

I’ve wanted to eat something non-traditional for this blog since I started.  My friend Emily and I made dinner for our friend Katie as a birthday present.  We also got her some flowers, and towards the end of the night we were discussing what a girl was to do for a blog entry these days.  

Insert flowers.  We tore off some daisy petals and I had myself a floral snack.  After the fact we researched it to ensure that it was a safe flower to ingest.  Then we spent a few minutes feeling nervous and weird that I had in fact eaten a poisonous flower, and I thought about how lame that eulogy would sound.

Fun factor: 5 


9 Comments Add yours

  1. sc says:

    Let me tell you about homonyms. They are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently. “Flour” is okay to eat when used in recipes. “Flowers,” on the other hand, can be poisonous, allergenic, and colon incensing when digested. I don’t recommend it.

  2. Frank says:

    I forgot to change the initials. Previous post was from me.

  3. cogsy says:

    We know, Frank. I’m sure Sheryl is glad you cleared that up too.

  4. Loyster says:

    We know Frank. You’re the only one who has to explain every single thing you say through Webster’s dictionary.

  5. Frank says:

    Girls: people have a tendency to mock what they don’t understand.

  6. Loyster says:

    No, people who are naturally funny don’t have to spend 20 minutes looking up vocabulary words to tell their jokes.

  7. Frank says:

    If you had to look up any of the words that I used in that posting, I’m afraid you have some deeper educational issues that I dare not get into at this time.

  8. Loyster says:

    My comment said that the person telling the jokes was the one referencing the dictionary.

  9. sc says:

    jeez, you guys are deep…

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