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December 27, 2020


Gingerbread monolith appears on Christmas in San Francisco

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson and Doug Ogg)


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They're gonna need a lot more milk.

Key Quote from key city official: “Looks like a great spot to get baked,” city parks department manager Phil Ginsberg.

It must be a hoax. There isn't a homeless person relieving themselves on it. (Yet)

The Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man is due on New Years


Sure to follow... The Leaning Tower of Pizza.

There's probably one orbiting Jupiter. Let's go see and make an endless movie about it.

I would never trust anything about a gingerbread monolith or a gingerbread house. I remember being warned about the dangers of gingerbread when I was quite young and I was told about two innocent little kids named Hansel and Gretel barely escaping from a gingerbread house with their lives.

"My god...it's full of ginger!"

"Hal, you need to awaken the other astronauts so they can see this gingerbread monolith" ..."Sorry Dave, I can't do that, we're gonna need their bodies for the icing"

I believe Gingerbread Monolith opened for the 1910 Fruitgum Co. or Strawberry Alarm Clock in '68.

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