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March 21, 2005

THERE'S A THIN LINE BETWEEN LOVE AND ...

Whatever this is.

(Thanks to Barry FS from the message board)

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Resulting in a flood of visits to the local ER 6-8 hours later...

What, don't lots of people pork on their wedding day? OOhh, that's the pork you eat. Nevermind.

And instead of the traditional honeymoon they're going in for matching bypasses.

Love ever flourishes in Merry Olde England.
The only porkpie I've ever seen was a hat. I didn't know they were edible.

Headline should read: There's a FAT line between love and....

is that the Pork Pie Man suit he's wearing in that picture?

A wedding planner's apt diagnosis:
Ceremonial pork in small doses.
Lose the Spam, franks or Treet
Stick to baked goods to eat.
Only you can prevent trichinosis!

Let's hope there were a minimum of Muslims and Jews at this reception. How awkward.

...best served in a Barry Mannilow bowl.
Gack.Urrrr...RRRRRRAAAAALLLLPPPPHHHHHHHHHHH!

Article says that the big pie event was rescheduled around these people's honeymoon. I smell a stoat. In fact I bet this guy is the ONLY pork pie enthusiast in the area.... hmmmmm?

(PS Insom: great)

They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. This beauty should do an excellent job of destroying both.

whew. good thing i'm kosher. ewww.

Is "wedding growler" a euphamism for something else?

If not, it really really needs to be.

I had a friend who got arrested for appreciating a pork pie.

Asked if his mother-in-law approved of the plan, Mr Booth said on Friday: "As long as I'm not wearing the pork pie man suit - she won't be bothered."

Glad to know they set high family standards.

This little earwig could be their wedding March...
"Nibbling on bacon, chewin' on cheese
Sammy says to Susie "Honey, would you please be my missus?"
And she say yes
With her kisses"

Forgot to attribute the song...
"Muskrat Love by
Willis Alan Ramsey
Performed by:
Captain & Tennille"

Wasn't their a scene involving pork pie in the Oscar winning film "American Pie"?

Indeed, elle!

From the article I wondered about the suit, since he is evidently wearing some atrocity. Then lab provided a photo of the groom in the suit...aaak.

Its a marvel the bride consented to be wed. He must be really special when incognito.

igloo - there's no call to be usin' that kind of language. It's just downright cruel.

Now if you'll excuse me, I have to go search the blog archives. I have to find the post about the part of the brain where the bad songs live, so I can hack it out with a powersaw.

If this cusine became fashionable the world could stop building sewerage treatment works.
Eat one serve and you'd not crap for about six months.

LabSpeciman,

from your website link:

I really like pies also!! I thought I was the only one. Thank you for makin this website it has stopped me from feeling embarrased to admit I like pies!!
Kvezza

Email viewpoint@ilikepies.com

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Kvezza you should be embarrassed. "makin"? Meat pies hide all sorts of ickey animal parts - maybe there should be a fruit pie intervention?

Morgana - Remind me not to frequent the places where you eat!! I never got a bad meat pie in the UK. Locally here in northern Cal. there's a bakery that makes killer steak pies, YUM! Are you sure you're not thinking of Mexican food -- they put brains, tripe, tongue, and parts I don't even want to think about, in tacos. Don't even get me started on Thai food; ever notice there's no stray animals around a Thai restaurant?? *shudder*

It's BACON!!!

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