Weird Science: Oingo Boingo Saved My Onion

I’m telling you. It’s a growth. I really cool looking one, but a growth none the less. So, despite the obvious efforts to get me to kill my onion on Yahoo Answers, I saved it and it grew due to the color of my kid sister’s thumb. The only thing is now, I’m not quite sure what we’re supposed to do with it.

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It’s Alive! (weird) It’s Alive! Weird Science. Ohhhh.

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Things I’ve never seen before, Behind bolted doors, Talent and imagination– Weird Science!

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Not my creation! (it’s my sister’s) Is it real?!

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I do not know. I do not know! From my heart and from my hands why don’t people understand my intentions?

(If you have a problem similar to mine, click on the last picture on my previous post and it’ll take you to the real YA page and tell you how to plant it.) — Sage 🙂

What Do You Do With Something Like This?

…because you don’t want to kill it. But then, I don’t know how to plant it. What do you suggest?

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This has happened to me twice. This is the first time it happened. It died.

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This is the second and it’s still thriving. 어떻게해야! Do you know how to plant something like this?Picture6

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Well I didn’t. So I Googled it.

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and this is what came up:

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I swear  “you little sh*t” was of so much help.