Thursday, June 28, 2012

Dungeonspiration: The Garden Monster


Sometimes the backyard garden spawns monstrosities fit only for inspiring a game of Dungeons and Dragons.  Pictured here is a freakish carrot we pulled out of the ground today.

Do me a favor.  Please post a caption to the image above.  It needs a good caption.  Thanks. :)

(Hirst walls by me, mini painted by The Boy, carrot by the grace of God.)

- Ark

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  1. I don't have a good caption, but nice use of Hirst Arts!

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  2. Little did Regdar know that he was face to face with the dread Orifice Destroyer...

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    1. @Erin - Orifice Destroyer . . . let me write that down . . . must use in next game . . .

      - Ark

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  3. The mutant Daucuscarota, seeing the vital fluids of a Lycopersicon still fresh on Regdar's blade and knowing itself no match for such ferocity, fully extended both tentacles in surrender.

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    1. @biopunk - That is just so completely odd it's awesome.

      - Ark

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  4. "I'd hate to meet the rabbit who'd want to eat this..."

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    1. @BJ - Well, we'd have to call that rabbit Bunnyzilla.

      - Ark

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  5. "Imbroglcarrot" but you have to say it in a regal voice. You might also want to mention that "The Rabbit of Fo" is a follower of "Imbroglcarrot"......guess who posted this :-)

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    1. @Anon - Yeah yeah yeah, I know who this is. Go get an account already!

      :)

      - Ark

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  6. I don't have a good caption. Bummer. But I love the shot.

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    1. @Whisk - Thanks. Maybe you could say that the fighter doesn't carrot all about his safety?

      ;)

      - Ark

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    2. Boo! Hiss!

      *Throws other oddly-shaped vegetables at the author of such an awful pun!*

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