Linda G. Hill

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One-Liner Wednesday – You say potato, I say what?

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A potato with eyes that look like, well, eyes, and a smiling mouth.

He was a happy spud: delicious, too.

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46 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – You say potato, I say what?

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  2. I just realized I didn’t pingback properly; I linked to the overall one-liner Wednesday category by accident instead of this week’s specific post. Clearly I’m rusty…I’ll fix it now. Better late than never!

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  3. And. Jimmy Durante nose! 😀

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  4. Looks like a happy bullfrog/ghost/potato. I’d have to eat around the edges first and save the face for last, like with birthday cake characters.

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  5. I don’t know why, but I see a happy ghost… or something similar

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  9. That potato is like the soul of happiness.

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  12. He certainly looked happy! 🙂

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  16. Happy spuds are the best spuds!

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  17. I’ve missed this so much. Enjoyed your post; that really does look like a face!

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  23. That potato is almost too good to eat, but then you did get a picture.

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  25. It appears happy Kilroy was on your plate.

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  27. That is (was) one happy potato!

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