And a dash of cadmium red:

Embrace the Ick, idea By Michelle W.

Think of something that truly repulses you. Hold that thought until your skin squirms. Now, write a glowing puff piece about its amazing merits.

Vomit, texture adhering to all it landed on, twinkled with jewel coloured capsicum, carrots and peas. The grey/brown background allowed the gems to glisten in the sunlight. Strands of spinach gave a seaweed effect with a deeper green hue. The enticing smell wafted breezily, attracting the canines in the area to come and consume this delight, licking lustfully, it soon disappeared.

21 thoughts on “And a dash of cadmium red:

    1. bkpyett Post author

      That’s interesting Hilary, because as a child there were two sets of colours I couldn’t stand and pink and yellow were one set. In those days there were sayings, ‘pink and red should never be said,’ and ‘blue and green should never be seen.’ They didn’t upset me and later became quite popular. Colour is a very interesting subject. I agree with your dislike of those two plants being put together. In the tennis this year at the Australian open, they have a lot of pink and yellow.



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