My newest creation on the window in the EU is a farm stand celebrating a bunch of things I used to be horribly allergic to. From the age of about 18 to 29 I developed an allergy to all things with seeds. Seriously. Cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, oh God peppers were horrible, apples, watermelon...you name it, I've passed out because of it.
My allergist was so amused by my freakish situation that she usually just laughed whenever I was in her office. She couldn't figure out what it was. Her advice? "Ya, just don't eat those things." Awesome. Luckily, I've grown out of it now which I hear is pretty normal for allergies. It's so nice to be able to order food and not worry about having to send someone for Benadryl or reach for my EpiPen. I was a horrible dinner guest, needless to say.
This particular farm stand apparently also boasts the absolute lowest prices in town, or so I'm told. Look, I just started eating these things, how am I supposed to know how much a cucumber costs?
The left side of the window protects you from scurvy. Which will come in handy in case you need your energy to fight off pirates. You just never know these days.
Come see it in person.
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