Potato Clay

23 March 2010

We have a new friend at the kitchen table.

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13 Responses to “Potato Clay”

  1. Mili says:

    What’s that? A spud?

  2. Mili says:

    Ah, silly me, I missed the heading, it’s a spud made of clay? Cute.
    FH says “My sons name is Clay and that is indeed a spud”

  3. Luke says:

    Now he just needs some friends. How about introducing him to Mr. Sausage and Mrs. Gravy. I recommend the oven as their social venue. Relationships will soon heat up, and I’m sure they’ll complement each other very nicely.

  4. arturo says:

    hahahahaha its so funny!! it will be rowing some grass hair later on

  5. YurikoSaito says:

    Awww that’s lovely…
    long live to Mr/Ms Sput (does he/she have a name?)

  6. Nana says:

    Adorable ! ๐Ÿ™‚ looks like a seal! ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. sammy says:

    Is it some sort of experiment Fran, to see if he can grow mould? Or is it just a whim? I like it a lot! I used to make shrunken heads by cutting a face into an apple and then baking it on a low heat till it dried up and shrunk. Great days.
    Fran Says “It’s to show how a potato sprouts. It’s better to leave it in a dark room but then who would we talk to at breakfast?”

  8. Mie says:

    this is so cute <333
    this remember me on the japanese pea itยดs cute too <333

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmSYCOG6mEQ

  9. Kayte (Turtleneck) says:

    Ya ya yay, ya ya yay, it’s got your eyes. (Somebody had to make the obvious potato joke.)

  10. Jay Parker says:

    what a lovely face :)))

  11. Melissam317 says:

    Man dinner at your house must be great. Clay gets to play with his food! I almost never got away with that when I was younger… And yay it even has a face. Mr. Potato Clay.

  12. joss says:

    so cute man:)

  13. Johnyp43 says:

    He looks a bit like a mini- Gordon the Gopher (Minus Philip Scofield)

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