TV Host Cannot Grow Corn And The Reason Why Has Everyone In Stitches

This video has the internet in hysterics! Holly Willoughby, a TV host, cannot grow corn, and the reason has everyone in stitches. Holly admitted to her co-host Phil she can’t grow corn.

"I've got some good-looking corn on the cob... I mean, the green sprouts coming out the top... I don't know what's happening underneath. That's the problem, I go to dig them up, and there's nothing under there," she said. 

Wait! What did she just say? Phil looks confused, as is everyone watching, especially those of us who live in corn country like Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois. Corn doesn’t grow underground like potatoes. And then Phil, who was quite perplexed, replied, “Corn on the cob grows off the plant though, not underneath... it's not on the root."

But that’s not the funniest part, and it’s what Holly says next that has everyone in hysterics. Holly responded, "Does it?! Well, I'm looking in the wrong place! I thought it was like a carrot!" The pair double over in fits of laughter. Phill then adds, “No wonder you’re having trouble with your veggie garden.” 

Viewers who watched the segment thought it was hilarious, too, with one viewer writing, “Brilliant, just brilliant! I was in stitches and made myself late for work.. So worth it!” Another added, “That is SOOOO funny! Don't ever change Holly. God definitely threw out the mold when He made you!! Fabulous laugh for my day, which until now had stunk! Thanks for cheering me up.” 

Isn't it great when humanity laughs with you instead of at you? What a brilliant moment that reminds us all we need to laugh a little more often. 

Job 8:21  “He will yet fill your mouth with laughter and your lips with shouts of joy.”

Source: This Morning
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