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January 22, 2010

THOSE MORONS. EVERYBODY KNOWS IT COMES FROM SUPERMARKETS.

(Thanks to Ralph)

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Bacon comes from Heaven.


Homer: Wait a minute wait a minute wait a minute. Lisa honey, are you
saying you're *never* going to eat any animal again? What about
bacon?
Lisa: No.
Homer: Ham?
Lisa: No.
Homer: Pork chops?
Lisa: Dad! Those all come from the same animal!
Homer: [Chuckles] Yeah, right Lisa. A wonderful, magical animal.


LOL insom. Love that one.

You know Leetie is banging her head on the table over this one.

Wait; oats don't grow on trees? Amazing.

I know where green cheese comes from.


The BBC
is one reason the Brits are confused.

Of course oats don't grow on trees. They grow on shrubs.

Anybody knows that.

And hamburgers come from McDonalds.

I came here to ask if anyone remembered seeing the "Spaghetti tree" show. I can remember being confused by that but I was young at the time.

Mama, he doesn't eat meat.

No worry, I make him lamb.

I've eaten British bacon. Trust me, it DOES taste like sheep.

I remember the "spaghetti tree" film clip. It was a harvest/festival/travel news clip. I was young too but caught on when my dad starting laughing. My guess is Ernie Kovacs ??????

steve: See my 10:51 AM link.

Steve, That was fantastic. Even more deadpan than the ONION ususally is. I'd love to see the average US high school watch this. I'd guess 75% would think it real (if their attention span lasts that long)

Did anyone watch the TLC show "One Big Happy Family?" It was about a morbidly obese family trying to lose weight. Anyway they all went to the supermarket, and the wife is looking for fresh spinach. Her husband says spinach comes out of a can. When she showed him fresh spinach, he said it looked like a bush. At 41, he swore spinach came out of a can

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