New Facebook Game: People Pretend to be Vegetables and Roll in the Garden

Our first one!

Our first one! (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I will admit that I am not a fan of crazy Facebook games. They annoy me and I just don’t normally do them. The latest games is about people rolling in the garden and pretending to be a vegetable. The first one of these posts I saw I thought I wonder why this person said this but then just sent on. When I started to see them all over, I knew it had to be a game going on.

People do post some pretty crazy posts on Facebook, but I am not sure why anyone would have done this one if it wasn’t part of a game. Well of course it was a game. Someone sits around bored and makes up things to drive the rest of us crazy. They are doing a great job at it too!

So I have figured it out. If you want to pretend to be a vegetable the best way to do it is to like or comment on someone’s post so that you get the same note they got to do it. Here is what you will show up in your inbox on Facebook after doing it:

Dear victim, I am sorry. I have lost at this game and now so have you! You liked or commented on my status so you must now post the following message as your status to continue the game (unless you have lost your sense of humor) I know nobody will see my status but sometimes, when I am bored, I go into the garden, I cover myself in earth and I pretend I am a carrot. (choose a new vegetable when it’s your turn to pass it on to others! You get cauliflower!

I don’t have any plans to participate in this Facebook game. Why do people start these in the first place? Oh well it gets people talking right! At least this game doesn’t make you look terrible. Some of the games in the past have been about things like using your breasts to get out of a ticket or even things that make it sound like you are cheating on your spouse. I do prefer that the vegetable game is a safe one. So will you be participating in this one? I would love to hear in the comments!


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