Friday, June 01, 2012

This Is Exactly How I Eat Peas

Today's Funny Friday video was like looking in a mirror.

Have a great weekend!

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7 comments:

  1. I haven't laughed out loud in ages - thanks!

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  2. Oooooh, but peas are lovely, lovely, tasty things. At least when not overcooked. If someone were feeding me mushed peas from a jar, I'd probably object, too.

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    1. Anonymous8:28 pm

      Fresh peas from the garden are the best in any form. My daughter loves them in any form. She never had baby food from a jar so she knows and loves real food the way we make it.

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  3. Anonymous8:45 am

    I'm with ya Yoni! After making a few faces like that, my parents never made me eat a pea again and now in my 30th year, the most I'll do is swallow them whole if I find them in my soup :)

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  4. Anonymous11:34 am

    That's it--keep forcing the fatty to eat what he dislikes; this way, he can sign up for Weight Watchers in a few years!

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    1. Is this nastiness necessary? Helpful? No, it is not. If the woman were not trying to feed the baby peas, you'd say snide things about her making the kid fat because she wasn't feeding it vegetables.

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  5. Anonymous7:36 am

    I think its offensive that you are referring to the baby as 'the fatty'. Now that would make a kid grown up with body image issues! A lot of babies have chubby cheeks and a little 'chubby' but are not 'fat'. All of ours were chubby looking babies that did not overeat nor were they over fed, and they all grew up to be a healthy weight and very active. By the way, you have to feed them healthy food (no one got obese on green beans) and they only learn to eat these food by exposure.

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