Emily Dixon posted this on Face Book:
Taking it as a writing prompt, here’s how I think the Veggie Tales episode on Leviticus 6:19-23, the anointing of Aaron, might look:
Bob the Tomato (as Moses): Take one ephah of …
Larry the Cucumber (as Aaron): Uh Bob, what’s an ephah?
Bob: It’s a way to measure things. An ephah is about 1.6 kilograms.
Bob: Take one ephah of …
Larry: Bob, what’s a kilogram?
Bob: Three and a half pounds. Now can we go on?
Larry: Sure thing, Bob.
Bob: Take one ephah of flour and …
Larry: Wait, I know. Pounds are money in England. You want me to buy three and a half pounds worth of flour?
Then someone on Emily’s post suggested a Veggie Tales on the Song of Solomon. Here’s my take on Song of Solomon 8:2 when Larry, playing the groom, hears what the Woman has to say to her Man about her pomegranate juice:
Larry the Cucumber: Pomegranates? I love pomegranates! Except the little seeds. Those are tough to floss from between my teeth. The juice stains are hard to get out too. Have you ever tried bleach on a cucumber?
What else should get the Veggie Tales treatment? Feel free to provide your own writing prompts and writing efforts in the comments.