Friday, 26 May 2017

Queen Marie Veggtoinette & Rachel's Tits

I rather liked last night's blog entry The Queen Of Sheba..it sort of came out of left field .....but I guess it will now be eclipsed by a certain Queen Marie Veggtoinette and Rachel's tits in a bra!
Such are the vagaries of blog entries I guess.


Finally the novelty vegetable/fruit photos are starting to come in. This wonderful creation comes from Mistress Borghese-Maddie, I hope she sparks the imagination of readers !
Yesterday I received an email from someone who had thought " some of the fun had gone out of the competition " especially as the choice of last year's winner was somewhat unfair. Someone else suggested that many of the entries were not kosher, in so much they were " too good to be true" All I can say is that The International novelty veg photo class IS  a bit of fun! -all of the photos sent to me, as far as I am aware, are the total work of readers of Going Gently, 
ok, I can be somewhat zealous in my requests for entries and ok I can post the odd google image of a grape turtle to galvanise imaginations and encourage photo emails but I have to say that the final result are generally imaginative, sometimes incredibly funny and always well received by visitors to the Memorial Hall on the day of the show.
I will leave you with Rachel's now infamous entry " Tits in a bra" from a few years ago...it underlines just how simple and yet effective the competition entries can be


And so come on readers! 
Get your entries attached to your emails
Send them to me at
jgsheffield@hotmail.com



20 comments:

  1. Thank you John, it is always good to be reminded of my tits! I like the Marie Antoinnette Vegtionnette. She is great. I have winged across to you a very simple one this year which hopefully we will see here in due course.xx

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  2. Remind us of the deadline please. I always work best under pressure.

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    1. All need to be in by 1st aug

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    2. oh good lots of time then

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    3. Yes, Thank You for the reminder !

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  3. I keep looking through the fruit and veg in Lidl but to no avail...apart from the African security man ticking me off when I was rooting through the courgettes.

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  4. Another incredible entry John - but then so is Rachel's from a few years back - sometimes simplicity is best.

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    1. I had a giggle over Rachel's entry. I think of it every time the flower show is mentioned.

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  5. Still growing the veg at the moment.

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  6. I can't even remember last year's winner! I'll have to look it up!

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  7. This entry is so lovely !

    cheers, parsnip

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  8. that maddie sure has talent! :)

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  9. Two days late: Well done your sister. But then what would one expect of YOUR sister if not the best?

    Apropos of nothing - whatever you do, John, do NOT criticize someone's karaoke performance. You may find an untimely end (no bull - particularly in Vietnam).

    The other apropos being the fruit/veg entry: There I was with my aubergine - a most uninspiring though glossy specimen and my ambition folded before it had a chance to realize itself. Never mind - I have now eaten it. To ease the pressure I have, temporarily and before something better comes along, set my heart and mind on what to do with a pea or several.

    U

    PS Not to put a sag onto those tits but they do sell, don't they? Ask a baby.

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  10. What talent your followers have, John !

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  11. Are you earlier this year? I have nothing grown yet.

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  12. Frankly we should all be amazed at the miracle of people from around the world being able to take part in a small (but obviously incredibly important) Welsh villages' flower show and in the spirit of international cooperation I am still desperately waiting for my veg to give any inspiration (or sign of growth) for this global event.

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  13. Very creative indeed . . .
    To market, To market . . .

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  14. How clever of The Mistress to use cauliflower for Marie Antoinette's huge white wig!

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