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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by DerHoggz, Nov 26, 2010.
That'll probably help...
Call me heartless but I don't mind that video n/a, it just didn't look like a good meal to me.
I'll admit, to me, it didn't look very appealing, but I'd still try it. Then again, I'd eat a pigs ass if they cooked it right.
I like a good cut of meat now and again, but that kinda made me want to hurl a little bit.
Too much stuff going on at one time.
we don't have to all be vegetarians to stop animal cruelty...
What did the Deaf, Mute, Blind kid with a missing foot due Diabetes get for Christmas?
The healthy 49 (at the time) year-old, physically fit, suitable for framing in Joe Boxers bassist got cancer too.
Not for Christmas mind you...it came just in time for my birthday & Thanksgiving.
So true. Wisdom.
Wow. You're a whole lot of not funny.
The cuter they are, the better they taste ^_^
A poor standard of slaughtering doesn't make them any less delicious. Though it does shed light on the need for more regulation of how they are slaughtered. Those videos don't turn me off meat at all.
I wouldn't eat that. I don't really like combining my meats more than occasionally wrapping bacon around things. Like bacon wrapped scallops, or bacon wrapped hot dogs or bacon wrapped filet mignon.
You forgot "bacon wrapped bacon".
And bacon wrapped tofu.
That reminds me very little of the time my late wife, the blimp, offered to make me a bacon sandwich (grilled cheese were not on the menu). She waddled into the kitchen and came back a little later and said, "There's something wrong with the bacon. It won't separate." I followed her into the kitchen to see what she was talking about. She had opened a package of bacon and dropped it in the skillet without separating it. She had been chopping it into pieces with a spatula. I ended up with a couple of bacon bits sandwiches.
I would think a blimp would better know the inner workings of a kitchen...
Too many restaurants too close to the house for her to learn about cooking.
Leave it to the guy from KC...