Okay, so one of our regular contributors, whom we'll spare from naming (cough, Tunnel Mole), says this radish looks like a vagina. We personally don't see more than a pair of legs (and maybe the visage of Mother Mary in those pecans, but that's another matter entirely). However, we wouldn't want our personal biases to cloud our reporting, so we now ask for your opinions on this pressing matter. Anyone out there care to weigh in? -- Keith Plocek
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