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July 28, 2008


An eel-based energy drink.


And here, of course, is Don Rickles.


(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Let's all drink this and DIE!

My wife got to experience "surging eel" Saturday night. She enjoyed it.

I think I'll stick with Classic Eel. Why do they keep messing with the tried and true?

When an eel
Swims right by
And he smiles
Eye to eye
That's a moray.

is it electrifying?

lol, cg!

probably not. just grosssssssssssssssss!

The Surging Eels WBAGNFARB, or possibly a new nickname for the Marlins.

Btw, it's good to know the Blog is ALIVE and well and not grasshopper food...but sheesh...Don Rickles...again?????

invite don rickles to post here. he'd be inneresting.

I happen to work on a project dealing with eels. All I can say is if we ever see something resembling Don Rickles passing through, we're shutting down.

What's with all the Rickles shots, you hockey pucks?!

I thought "Surging Eel" was the retired guy a few stories up.

Oh, gee. Looks like eels aren't kosher. I guess we Jews are out of luck. Darn. It always seems to work out that way, doesn't it.

However, Don Rickles IS kosher, so your luck has changed, Elon!

Why'd I know this was a Japanese product even before I opened the article?

.... Hayashi said of the beverage, believed to be the first mass-produced eel drink in Japan. ....

One would think that someone would know this fact for sure.

Unagi Nobori. It's the eel thing.

(Geezer time!)

Enough with the Don Rickles wisecracks! He may just be our next Vice President...

But honestly, why do eels need more energy than they already have?

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