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Biscuit and Ham Surprise February 27, 2011

Posted by Lipstick in Art.
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I was making homemade biscuits, er, heating up the Pillsbury kind, and got out some ham slices to put inside them.

 

Walked away from the kitchen for a few minutes and returned to find this:

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1. Cathy - February 27, 2011

Looks like somebody is hamming it up.

2. harrison - February 27, 2011

Artistic mice?

3. Lipstick - February 27, 2011

That man cracks me up every day.

4. Retired Geezer - February 27, 2011

The Adorable Little Ferrets did it. Boris did the right eye.

In other Ferret News: David Brooks lies and says more people own Ferrets than watch Fox News.

http://fwd4.me/wba

5. lauraw - February 27, 2011

You really can’t overestimate the wonderfulness of being married to a goof who wants to make you smile.

6. Retired Geezer - February 27, 2011

If Mrs. Geezer actually read this non-blog, she would give LauraW a High-Five.

Actually I make her read page-after-page of comments on some of the funnier threads. I make her read out loud so I know when to explain some cryptic in-joke.

*realizes that I have almost exceeded the ‘hyphen limit’ for one comment.

7. Lipstick - February 27, 2011

You really can’t overestimate the wonderfulness of being married to a goof who wants to make you smile.

So true — it’s such a joy. And a giggle.

8. lauraw - February 27, 2011

Scott adds suggestions to my ‘to-do’ lists, if I leave one out on the counter.

o_0

9. Lipstick - February 27, 2011

The Adorable Little Ferrets did it. Boris did the right eye.

That boy will eat anything.

10. Lipstick - February 27, 2011

hahahaha, I’ve gotten a few “to-do” Post-It notes too.

Once he put arrows on about seven notes and made them form a path on the floor down the hallway toward the bedroom.

11. daveintexas - February 27, 2011

I’m a total kitchen ninja.

12. geoff - February 27, 2011

I’m a total kitchen ninja.

Me too – my presence is undetectable there.

13. daveintexas - February 27, 2011

I remember when she dislocated a finger in there.

14. Lipstick - February 27, 2011

Me too – my presence is undetectable there.

Geoff, that’s so funny!

15. lauraw - February 27, 2011

I’ve gotten a few “to-do” Post-It notes too. Once he put arrows on about seven notes and made them form a path on the floor down the hallway toward the bedroom.

Wow, it must have been really messy in there.

16. Lipstick - February 27, 2011

It was!
;)

17. geoff - February 27, 2011

Geoff, that’s so funny!

I dunno – I showed it to my wife and she had a hard time laughing through the tears.

18. lauraw - February 27, 2011

*waggles eyebrows at lipstick*

19. Michael - February 27, 2011

Did I mention that I fried some eggs last week to feed myself while Cathy was gone? Yes, I think I did.

All by myself. I cleaned up and put the dishes in the dishwasher. Nobody from the Spirit Grill helped me.

*waits for cooing appreciative remarks from IB wimmens*

20. geoff - February 27, 2011

Did I mention that I fried some eggs last week to feed myself while Cathy was gone?

Another tall tale. Like that could really happen.

21. Michael - February 27, 2011

Dammit, Geoff, that is not a tall tale. I fried them eggs up good, and topped them with some Marie Sharp’s Belizean pepper sauce.

22. Michael - February 27, 2011

In fact, those were the best eggs I ever ate. They were cooked with bacon grease, over medium heat, with a seasoned skillet, sunny side up, with some fresh ground pepper and kosher sea salt.

You can’t get a better egg than that.

23. Michael - February 27, 2011

Also, Estonia just qualified for the IB 1,000+ Flags Organization for Economic Cooperation and Human Rights™.

Unfortunately, the Estonians are a little bummed out because their arch-rivals, the Latvians, qualified just ahead of them. So, the Estonian delegate has a chair towards the back of the room, in the corner, by the potted palm, and next to some skinhead groupies who show up for reasons I do not understand.

24. Michael - February 27, 2011

I suspect the skinheads are from Denmark and hate Muslims, but I do not really know that for sure.

25. Retired Geezer - February 27, 2011

I suspect the skinheads are from Denmark and hate Muslims,

Would you check to see if they are interested in some excellent Album Artwork?

For a small fee.

26. Michael - February 27, 2011

For a small fee.

Didn’t you already give that away to some Scandis?

I don’t think the Danish skinheads will pay for the same power lines.

27. Sobek - February 27, 2011

Lipstick, the biscuit is calling from inside your house!!! RUN!!!

28. Sentient ham slice on a biscuit - February 28, 2011

All I did was try to say ‘Hello’ and she laughs in my face and takes my picture when I’m not ready.

The lady is nuts.

29. Cathy - February 28, 2011

*waits for cooing appreciative remarks from IB wimmens*

*checks subsequent comments for cooing appreciative remarks*
*… ?*
*looks at watch… *
*… ?*
*… ?*
*… ?*
*still waiting… *

30. Hotspur - February 28, 2011

Holy crap, another food miracle. Christ shows up in a ham slice. Call the Vatican.

31. Cathy - February 28, 2011

*mouth waters imagining the eyes and mouth filled in with a good hot mustard*

32. Sentient ham slice on a biscuit - February 28, 2011

YAAAAIIIIGGGHH! IT BUUUUURNSSSS! IT BUUUUURRRRNNNSSSSS!!!

33. Mitchell - February 28, 2011

They made my reuben sandwich with mustard instead of Russian dressing. Mustard! Bleh.

34. Lipstick - February 28, 2011

I don’t like mustard either. Double Bleh.

35. lauraw - February 28, 2011

I like spicy brown mustard with the whole seeds in there, mustard mixed with horseradish, Grey Poupon, etc.

Yellow mustard, not so much.

36. daveintexas - February 28, 2011

Yellow mustard is for an unrefined palate. But if you put a teaspoon of it in the batter, it takes the gamey taste outta squirrels and wabbits.

37. Mitchell - February 28, 2011

It’s not that I object to mustard on general principles; it has its place in the culinary universe. But that place isn’t anywhere near a reuben. Look, it already has sauerkraut which occupies the “tangy” role in the sandwich. It doesn’t need another tangy flavor, it needs the creamy note of the Russian (or failing that 1000 island) dressing to play counterpoint to it. Mustard WITH sauerkraut is like double-double-mustard-mustard. It is just waaaaay too much you know? I can’t describe how annoyed I am by this disaster.

I suspect that whoever made this abomination is a communiss.

38. skinbad - February 28, 2011

I get a “Coney Island” dog at a local place once in awhile. They put kraut and some sort of pouponish mustard on it. It’s pretty good. It’s the only way I’ll ever eat sauerkraut.

39. Cathy - February 28, 2011

I expect spicy mustard to be on my Reuben. But if it’s missing, there had better be some horseradish. Sauerkraut is no substitute for a hot-spicy punch.

40. Cathy - February 28, 2011

It’s the only way I’ll ever eat sauerkraut.

An easy way to enjoy sauerkraut is to saute pork chops in caramelized sugar and then add sauerkraut to the party, cover and simmer until the chops are tenderized and cooked. Serve with mashed potatoes. Awesome.

41. kevl - February 28, 2011

Oh man I love cheese coneys.
Lips, it’s fun to have the man wandering thru the kitchen now and then.

42. lauraw - February 28, 2011

I agree with Mitchell on the proper construction of a Reuben. Russian dressing or Thousand Island, extra kraut.

I will confess that this is the only place I will happily eat Swiss cheese.

43. daveintexas - February 28, 2011

Ketchup? A bold and flavorful condiment, or just faggity?

44. lauraw - February 28, 2011

Swiss cheese.

It has a distinct sweatsock aroma.

45. lauraw - February 28, 2011

Ha aha haaa

Who turned Mr. Hamslice into a .gif?

46. Mitchell - February 28, 2011

*Wonders where Lauraw keeps her swiss cheese*

Ketchup is a necessary staple for every American household Dave.

47. Retired Geezer - February 28, 2011

When we were courtin’, Mrs. G asked if I minded if she put Ketchup on her steak.
“Why should I mind? It’s your steak.”
Seems her ex ridiculed her for doing that.

Probably sealed the deal for me.

48. Lipstick - February 28, 2011

She probably loved it that you didn’t try to change or “improve” her.

49. soma - January 13, 2013

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therefore he/she needs to be available that in detail, thus that thing is maintained over here.

50. BrewFan - January 15, 2013

Profound.


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