PANDEMONIUM!

S O U P

Yesterday after we made and put away a big batch of soup (pictured above), Devin yelled, ” Oh no! We’re going to have to make another soup! We have a giant leak!” Pandemonium ensued.

Only he actually said, “Oh no! We’re going to have to make another soup! We have a giant leek!,” which is a vegetable in the same genus as onion and garlic, commonly eaten in soups.

Let this be a reminder to all of you, lest a dramatic person in your life cry at the thought of mopping: it is important, when using homophones, to provide ample context for your audience.

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PANDEMONIUM!

5 thoughts on “PANDEMONIUM!

  1. brooklynportlandblog says:

    So funny! And the soup looks delightful! Although I of course thought it was pickles when I saw it on instagram…mason jar and all that! 🙂

  2. Anne Judge says:

    Wow, how cool that are canning in Brooklyn. Just goes to show you….Don’t have to be country folk to ” Put up” your harvest. You do, however, have to sometimes “put up” with vegetables that have multiple meanings no matter where you live!

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