1. To build your garden you will need to acquire good dirt, which might lead to the horrifying realization that good dirt includes such things as cow 'manure' and worm 'castings' - which are really just different names for animal 'poop'.
2. You will find that your children will want to 'help' plant and water the garden. This
might will lead to dirty and unkempt children.
3. Your children might want to go outside more often to 'help' with the gardening and picking of vegetables. You may have to go outside as well in order to supervise, which
might will lead to a shattered image of the gardening experience as being quiet and tranquil.
4. Each morning, you will have to go out in the fresh air and water said garden, though thankfully only in good weather.
6. Your success in growing vegetables might lead to boasting, and we all know that pride goes before a fall, usually over that hose you left laying next to the garden.
7. You might end up with so many vegetables that you will experience the feeling of being overwhelmed, which could possibly lead to depression.
8. In order to deal with the abundance of vegetables, you might have to go to the effort of talking nice with the neighbors in order to pressure them into taking these unwanted vegetables.
9. If the abundance of vegetables is too great, you might even have to take the time to learn new skills such as freezing or even canning. This is a gateway to hippie-like tendencies.
10. Growing fresh vegetables will lead to the eating of more fresh vegetables, which can lower consumption of other delicious foods such as baked goods, desserts, and bacon. Ah, thank goodness my veggie garden is now pretty much over for the season, and the holidays are on their way...
What, here in North Carolina you can grow a cool-season vegetable garden too? Nnooooooo!!