Here are some pictures of Elizabeth Hurley at the Cirencester farmer’s market on September 12, 2009. In case you didn’t know, Liz Hurley now owns and runs her own farm in Gloucestershire, where she raises pork (A.K.A. BACON!)
I bought a 400 acre farm, deep in the Gloucestershire countryside, some five years ago. Initially, I used it as my weekend home, somewhere to escape to when I needed to get out of the city. Now, my family and I spend as much time as we can here.
I hated watching chemicals be poured onto the land, so I put my farm under conversion and now have full organic status. We are building up our herd of Gloucestershire cattle, Gloucester Old Spot pigs, Shetland and Lleyn sheep.
Included in a collection of pictures featuring Liz and her husband Arun Nayar at their organic meat stall at Cirencester farmer’s market was this bootyful photo of one of the rarest, most difficult to photograph entities on the planet – Elizabeth Hurley’s coin slot!
I’m so excited! Forget Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, the Chupacabra, and the glacier that looks like a crying woman and/or Michael Jackson – this is HUGE! (Well, not literally huge. About all you could fit in there are dimes, butt still.) In honor of this occasion I’ve decided to mix all the wonderful ingredients of this post in the starcasm Photoshop-a-matic and see what comes out the other end:
1 part Elizabeth Hurley + 1 part bacon + 1 part coin slot =
See the answer (and the rest of the photos) on PAGE TWO!