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Anthropomorphic

Word of the day:

Anthropomorphic

an·​thro·​po·​mor·​phic

adjective :: // having human-like form or characteristics.

 

Use anthropomorphic in a sentence:

No matter how long a farmer is in the biz, anthropomorphic vegetables are still funny.

 

Like these asparagus stalks.

What did one asparagus stalk say to the other?

And the comments didn’t disappoint:

 

Or this throwback from my southern farming days down in Florida where the okra grows like trees:

 

And finally…. well sometimes we harvest a vegetable and cannot but notice strong resemblance it bears to the beautiful human body.

 

She got legs like Ping Tung Long Eggplant, know what I mean?!

 

 

 

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