You can thank me later.
OK, one more:
Oh god, there’s a radish.
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Crazy funny! I thought he was faking it on the first one. I have a little clay ocarina and it doesn’t sound as good as that brocolli.
Kitt, that’s because his whistle is already wet.
Puts a whole new spin on ” don’t play with your food”!!!
I feel a musical interlude coming on… where did I put that parsnip!!!
Totally charming. Although it’s probably old news, I’m reminded of the formidable Vienna Vegetable Orchestra. You can Google that phrase or watch them on YouTube.
I LOVE this guy – he has even more videos on YouTube. It’s amazing what he does with food, and I find his childlike enthusiasm most charming. Now if everyone felt that way about broccoli and radishes . . . . . .
you just never know what people will come up with. this is charming.
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