Wed 13 Jun 2007 11:17:02 PM EDT from IGnatius T Foobar@uncnsrd (Uncensored)
Given a sufficiently large group of cool and unusual people, very little is esoteric.
Would this be considered "cool and unusual punishment"? Only if we were telling puns, I suppose, rather than other forms of wordplay.
So, my boss is vacuuming the office.
And for some peculiar reason, I had this image run through my mind of someone using a miniature vacuum cleaner (with a beater brush) to clean someone's innards.
this reminds me to
Dotherbart - Nice video.
Made me think about the doctor doing a cesarean on TriLcat. ;-)
One Ring to rule them all.
(On the second ring, it goes to voicemail.)
Did you hear the one about the Dad who told his son to quit masturbating or he'd go blind?
His son replied, "Dad, I'm over here!"
Subject: Thought for the Day
If I've mentioned this before, I appologise. But I was wondering how Goon 'n' plenty stays on the market. Has you or anyone you have ever known ever gone out of their way to get a box of good 'n' plenty?
And I'm not talking about Halloween, there are a lot of vindictive people out there. I'm talking about someone who was actualy jonesing for a box.
It just amazes me that a company can totaly depend on Halloween to keep it a float. Like the candy corn companies.
Or Jelly Beans on easter.
Just flippin amazes me.
There are actually people who think that black licorice/anise is yummy.
I haven't met any, but so I'm told...
Though my dad used to willingly eat black jelly beans
I like black licorice, but I prefer red. I haven't eaten a box of Good 'n' Plenty in at least 30 years now, that I can recall!
The springerle cookies my mother always used to make with anise were always really good to eat. I haven't had any of those in 20+ years, either. But here's a recipe (which, of course, includes anise): http://www.recipezaar.com/13826
I can deal with fennel when I'm sick
but I do not believe that black licorice is edible. Strawberry twizzlers is an entirely different story
I agree totaly, btw isn't Jelly Bellys those things that Dr. Who eats?
I just stay away from pink jelly beans. Yuk. I don't like things that taste pink.
Mon Dec 03 2007 03:47:01 AM EST from IGnatius T Foobar@uncnsrd
I could eat jelly beans any time of the year. (Not Jelly Belly ... those are disgusting. I'm talking about actual jelly beans.)