Monday, January 12, 2015

Crash Gardening Season Finale: Water Chestnuts Hijacked by WHAT AM I WATCHING???

Jeff and I were going to create a highly educational Crash Gardening video on how to grow and harvest Chinese water chestnuts... but instead, our project somehow got hijacked by a nature documentary on the Yanomami of the Amazon.

Or something.

I very, very, very, very, very sincerely and seriously apologize.

Now I don't even know if Crash Gardening is educational.

Of course, if Captain Planet can make it on TV...



You know, I think the AK-47 bear massacre in Episode 2 was really the beginning of the end. We held it together pretty well, though, until Michael Moore showed up.

Whatever's going on, it's definitely coated in solid awesome. And partial nudity.


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6 Comments:

At January 12, 2015 at 7:16 PM , Blogger Sam Singleton said...

David that is funniest thing I've seen in quite some time. You're taking the show to a whole new level of entertainment. Remember you're supposed to cook the mucuna pruriens before eating them. What tribe is this that wears Levi cut offs? This was absolutely awesome. You set the level high with Michael Moores Garden but this one left it in the dust. Thanks for all the hard work and the great humor.

 
At January 12, 2015 at 7:41 PM , Blogger Survival Gardener/David The Good said...

Unicef was very kind to us when they provided the shorts and the kiddie pools.

 
At January 16, 2015 at 4:58 PM , Anonymous Andi said...

The "Coke bottle flung from an aero-plane" comment caught me off guard and I snorted really loud and busted out laughing. Now the kids are looking at me funny.

 
At January 16, 2015 at 6:22 PM , Blogger Survival Gardener/David The Good said...

hehhehheh

 
At January 18, 2015 at 2:08 PM , Blogger Leppy said...

This is great!!! Love it!!!!! Very creative! So do the water chestnuts need a lot of water?

 
At January 18, 2015 at 8:00 PM , Blogger Survival Gardener/David The Good said...

Yes - they grow in constantly mucky soil on pond edges out to about 12" of water. Hence the kiddie pool method.

 

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