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Life After Quarantine

Posted in Food & Drink, Humor, Society on June 20th, 2020

Life After Quarantine

Yessiree! To my mind, the lock-downs surrounding the coronavirus pandemic are going to reshape America. 😆

Mmmm – Smells Like Victory

Posted in Food & Drink, Humor on November 29th, 2019
Mmmm - Smells Like Victory
Mmmm – Smells Like Victory

I love the smell of pumpkin pie in the evening; smells like victory! ROFLMAO Though I do find your lack of mincemeat disturbing.

Meat – Of The People

Posted in Food & Drink, Humor, Politics, Society on September 7th, 2019
Meat - For The People, Of The People
Meat – For The People, Of The People

OMFG! Meat, bye the People, for the People, of the People, and made from the People! 😆 That’s freaking hilarious. True, it’s totally fake. But it’s the exact sort of marketing screw-up that actually happens.

Then again …

The Only Virtuous Option

All joking aside, it does seem that this iteration of Soylent Green would be the only form of meat considered a virtuous choice by Leftist organizations, e.g., PETA, NARAL, Warmists, and some of the 2020 Democrat Presidential hopefuls … if it was made from White meat.

And then again

It Could Be A Simple Allegory

As truth can sometimes be best communicated through humor, perhaps meat from the People was meant as simply a humorous allegory for just about any and every Democrat-proposed and/or endorse economic policy.

Pumpkin Spice Spam

Posted in Food & Drink, Society on August 22nd, 2019
Pumpkin Spice Spam? Yeah, It's Real
Pumpkin Spice Spam? Yeah, It’s Real

Yes, it’s hard to believe – probably because most of us don’t want to believe it – but Pumpkin Spice Spam is real and will be available for purchase starting September 23, 2019. *shudder*

Yeah, I don’t get it either. All I can come up with is that Hormel decided that the Haole girls in Hawaii are an untapped market … Somehow, however, I do not think Chai-Hulud will approve.

Rebuked!

Posted in Food & Drink, Humor on July 31st, 2018
Rebuked In The Name Of Jesus!

Yeah, Kalen Allen’s shtick includes more than a little racism – and cultural appropriation since he’s not Southern – but he’s still “on point” to many foodies and he’s funny while doing it. And, frankly, even though the Philadelphia-born-and-raised, Los Angeles-living food critic isn’t from The South, just about everything he’s saying could, would, and probably has come out of the mouths of Southerns – White, Black, and/or Whatever – when we’ve seen “gentrified” Southern food recipes.