Wednesday, February 25, 2009
What is the consensus on naming a beer "The Last Supper?"
Is that considered overtly tasteless?
Some of you might be asking yourself, "Here, here topic15! Where do you get such ideas?"
Well I will tell you.
Specifically a dream where some hoodrat checkout lady was commenting on my limited edition 44 oz Obama "Yes We Can" bottle of Colt 45 that I was buying at a local Korean Grocery store from my childhood. She was saying they should just call it "The Last Supper" cause that's all you need.
Should I be shocked and appalled at my own dream?
Or should I be getting on the phone with Colt 45's marketing department?
Monday, February 23, 2009
You can now step up to baconnaise. Supposedly it's kosher too. I don't know if I buy it. Not after getting burned by ball park's turkey franks this past weekend. Seconds after opening the pack, I thought to myself, these things smell disturbingly like regular hot dogs. A quick review of the ingredients revealed one of the main ingredients...BEEF STOCK. That's a dirty dog move ball park!
Saturday, February 07, 2009
They serve everything from doughnuts dipped in chocolate rice crispies and filled with peanut butter to maple and bacon to one glazed in Nyquil. The shop has been featured on a few shows such as Bourdain's no reservation and most recently Man vs. Food.
The Man vs. Food did a quick pan shot of the dessert case and I was pretty such I saw a doughnut shaped like a wang. A quick visit to their menu reveals that there is indeed a cock-n-balls pastry...
As described on their menu...
Cock-n-Balls(Bachlorette party favorite, tripple cream filled, with your favorite saying written right on it. Comes in its own pink box. $4.95 Order ahead as supplies can be limited.)
Holy twig and berries! I am mildly shocked by such a creation, but also intrigued. Can you imagine slipping one of these into the anonymous dozen of dunkin donuts in the break room? The watching people's reactions when they open the box? It is sort of like tying a snake to the lid, and then scaring the bah-jeezus out of them when the snake pops out. It is just that this snake only has one eye.
Ug, bad joke, sorry couldn't resist. Anyhow despite the mule log, if ever I find myself in Portland, count me in for a visit to Voodoo and sign me up for the Memphis Mafia which involves (chocolate chips/banana/ peanutbutter).
The king would approve.
Friday, February 06, 2009
Shout out to the wagon mafia. Woot Woot!
Thursday, February 05, 2009
One of the things that I am fairly certain of is that when Billy Bob Gates offered up PowerPoint, he did not intend it to be used to create digital graffiti. Here is my shoddy 5 minute attempt at creating a logo for the blog I never update.
If I weren't so damn lazy I would...
A) update this thing more often
B) have found a better solution here
C) have found B sooner instead of waiting until after creating the logo above to do a google search on graffiti (as a spell check, it is one of those words I can never remember the correct spelling of...is it grafetti? grafiti? graffiti?)
D) use an actual dictionary for spell checks
Lazy lazy topic15, not doing a damn thing, ya know what I mean!
Sizzlelean, drama queen, pack up your bacon and split the scene
Oh SNAP spontaneous rap song dropping on your bean
Burrito, neato, potayto patahto
This rhyme is 4th of july hot-oh
Snap, yeah that's twice in the same song
It's ok, helps to make it long
like this week
which is weak
like my lack of posting
so here's toasting
to another year of random roasting.
I saw Joose's newest offering at our local 7-11, Dragon Joose which weighs in at a stout 9.9% ABV. My curiousity may get the better of me and I may have to break down and try it. Although the last time I sampled such a bevvie (a competitive brand called tilt) I go wicked revv'd up and started to sound a bit like John Moschitta Jr. AKA the micro machine guy...