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January 25, 2011



(Thanks to RussellMc)


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"It is a realm of complete and profound darkness consisting absolutely [sic] no meat but the thought patterns of those in it. It is a beautiful and heavenly experience because, in the absence of all else, the privileged consumers will be able to perfectly see the love and light they have cultivated within themselves."

And that's about all you need to know.

You mean it's not gravy?

Whoever buys that, I wanna sell them a bridge...to dysentery.

Isn't "Meatwater Void" what you get when you eat at Taco Bell?

What a load of crap!

No, OC. Crap costs extra.

This product holds the same future as the Pet Rock. 99.9% marketing BS, .1% actual need. And this from a marketing guy!

No matter how tender, meat has a different "mouth-feel" than does water.

I'm waiting for vegan waters.


I didn't see water buffalo or sea cow flavors.

I'm sticking with Spamwater.

*Sends bottle back*

I asked for medium rare.

Every time I come here, it's the same couple dozen sickos and weirdos. Together we can come up with something even stupider than this that people will buy for even more money. We just have to put our brains (or whatever they are) together. Collectively, all of us are more depraved than any one of us. We got what it takes.

if i pour it outside in the snow can i make meatballs?

Well...a couple bottles of that and a can of the Tactical Bacon from the thread a couple of days ago and you'd be set for a long trip...

I just don't want to know where this comes from.

My favorite flavor is soylent green.

Would WBAGNFARB be totally out of line here?

Brought to you by the people who designed the Emperor's new clothes.

And yes, there are too many Steves, which is why I'm Wolfsong.

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