Poll Suggestion: Lets Veg Out

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What title and comment do you find amusing?................................................................................

List: https://www.imdb.com/list/ls044946990/
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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Wow, those are really some of the weirdest titles ever. On par with my list, which includes some which make you question your sanity a bit, as well as that of filmmakers... 
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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An idle creative mind is NEVER at rest.
When you have the most blank look on your face is when genius occurs!

No one else said it but me just now. Proof Below!!!!
And if someone else has said it then, I claim divine clairvoyance!!!

Fact Checked Statement #1.....No Match!
https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&ei=I4DrXPm9NJj5-gTZ7q_gBQ&q=An+idle+creative+mind+is...


Fact Checked Statement #2.....No Match!
https://www.google.com/search?ei=L4DrXM39KdGd-gTe8qyIBw&q=When+you+have+the+most+blank+look+on+y...


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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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Nikolay.......You did not say anything about the comments below the Title Posters for each one. Which one was the best?
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Very much true for the idle creative mind. I've got to admit that some of the titles of mine are just as weird and working titles for some of the projects are even weirder. :)

As for the comments: plenty of funny ones, but Shakespearian Spinach one gets me every time. :) 
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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You like that! I thought that was my best one too!
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dgranger

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Under The Yum-Yum Tree. What is a Yum-Yum? The best answer that I could find was “The Yum-yum Tree is a large low-branching fruit-bearing tree to 60 feet found throughout Melanesia.


The English common name for Barringtonia edulis is cut nut. “
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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This was for Veggies.
Fruits and nuts are next.
Thanks!
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dgranger

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Actually the two are the same in my entry and not “Fruits and nuts”. The Barringtonia edulis is the Yum-yum tree.
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Haha what a funny list!  I politely offer up some suggestions for comments of my own.  You can take them, leave them, or be inspired by them.  :)  Here's my take on them:

Love Carrot-3: 
The story of only the third person ever in the world who actually likes Carrot Top.

Don't Blame It On the Lettuce: 
I'm telling you, it was those Buffalo Wings that gave me the runs!

Killer Tomatoes Eat France!: 
Reports say Tomatoes are still wary of the escargots.
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BTW, Nikolay & Ed, 
it's nice to know that other people out there enjoy cheesy-bad movies like I do.  I'm going to compile a list of the worst cheap/cult classic movies I've ever seen, just for my own reference.  It can be painful, but also lots of fun.  :)
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Don’t forget “The Stuff” (obliviously a parody on yogurt), https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0090094/...

Actual tag line, ”Are you eating it or is it eating you?”
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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Greens Bump
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dgranger

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“Fried Green Tomatoes”

Oh you will love this title and it came from none other than director Peter Weir, “The Cars That Ate Paris” (1974) - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071282/... - First, tomatoes and now cars? That city doesn’t get a break. Oh wait! It is Paris, Australia, and not Paris, France, this time. Whew! That’s a relief to Frenchmen.
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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What do you think happens here on Whoop Whoop Rd in Boompa, Australia?
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Whoop+Whoop+Rd,+Boompa+QLD+4621,+Australia/@-25.7525444,152.038838...

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Let me guess... a car is eating his part of Paris, Australia near somewhere called Ajieb Siyeb’s place.
As for my suggestion”Fried Green Tomatoes” is “Damn, these people in Alabama will fry anything! Especially at “Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle-stop Cafe” (the title of the book the film is taken from. It is set in Whistlestop, Alabama). Fried Banana sandwiches (Elvis’ favorite), Fried Chicken (Col. Sanders’), and now Fried Green Tomatoes. Where will it end? I guess it isn’t southern home country cooking unless it is fried, barbecued, pulled porked, or spiced up to flaming hot in some away.” I know it is long. Just use the funniest part of it. Besides, how do you fry a green tomato anyway? And why would you want to do that?
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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French Fried Tofu?
Fried Waffles?
Fried Peas?
Deep Fat Fried Birthday Cake?
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Before you do it, I’ll beat you to the punch and spoil your fun. The Whistlestop cafe is really “The Irondale Cafe” located here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Iro...
whistlestop alabama
And ignore the “Closed” sign on the websites. It is open from 11 am to 2:30 pm Sunday through Friday, closed on Saturdays.
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Ed don’t forget
- deep fried funnel cake
- deep fried cheesecake pasties
And
- Deep Fried oriel cookies.
Another joke to consider - “French chefs are demanding to know the recipe so that they can get revenge on the killer tomatoes that ate France in an earlier title mentioned in this list.” What a patriotic group!
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This takes another dimension when you realize that the French word for a bad movie is "turnip".
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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That's the truck I fell off yesterday
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dgranger

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You mean this one in Nashville?
https://www.google.com/search?client=...
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Ed Jones (XLIX)

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