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June 26, 2022


Oregon man breaks world record for alphabetizing soup

(Thanks to Jim Kenaston)


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I have to wonder how well he does at alphabetizing pieces of blown up whale parts.

After that, he had a vowel movement.

I would like to see him do this in Navajo or German. Then I would be slightly impressed.

Introducing the new coder at Netflix.

This tip of the day for you preppers out there planning for the coming apocalypse. A few extra cans of alphabet soup and there's no need for that giant Scrabble game board in the the bunker, freeing up space for more mad-libs.

For some reason, I thought you were supposed to alphabetize the entire bowl of soup in order to get the record.

Anyone here remember when rumor had it the the alphabet had been reduced to only 24 letters because L&M got kicked out for smoking?

"He said he wanted his accomplishment to inspire his 11-year-old son..." Great job, dad. Now when his son goes to school said son will be bullied mercilessly. Other kids will throw contents of alphabet soup cans at him.

By the way, how come we never (ever) see pictures of "judi" the supposed sole member of Dave's Research Department? Does "judi" really exist? Inquiring minds are asking.

That's supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!

Next, he will sort the noodles in a can of chicken noodle soup by length.

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