Spleen flavored! Mmm!
As Yakov Smirnoff would say, “on space station, nuggets eat you!”
They’re genetically altered to give you the runs.
Mmmm, chicken nuggets…
Or in Winky’s case… “Aaaaa! Chicken nuggets!!!”
@Gweedo Murray - not sure if you’re laughing w/me. Either way I’m serious.
@ak4mc et al -
I’m not PC. I just don’t like to see error rewarded -which seems to be the rule in the USA. Native Americans may call themselves what they will. They had names for the tribes well before others got to them. Mostly they translated to the word “people.”
AS for the word I was referring to “redskins,” it was coined in an era when it was a slur, the equivalent of the famous n-word (see below). It is shameful to have as a team nickname anywhere much less our Capitol. Speaks volumes.
Are those free range chicken nuggets?
@Gweedo Murray - tyvm. As I actually studied history, albeit written by the winners, I feel doomed to repeat certain salient facts. I also just edited the n- word. Now that’s PC!
What part of a chicken are its nuggets?
Ingredients: mechanically separated spleen, water, modified starch, salt, …
It is worth noting that nowhere do you see a sports team called the Palefaces.
Epithets. The winners always get blamed for usin’ ‘em and the losers never want to use ‘em - not at least on their sports teams.
Back to the strip: Just when I thought I’d seen everything on the R.U. Sirius… that’s so bizarre I can’t come up with a quip for the life of me.
Wait a minute… are they filming a sequel to Chicken Run?
This is the pink goo that chicken nuggets are made from:
It has to be soaked in ammonia to kill the bacteria then artificially flavored because it tastes gross.
Doctooooor Meeeeel, you got some speenin’ to do!!
Aint no chicken in them nuggets!
“We’re gonna need bigger dipping-sauce containers.”
they took their mechanically separated spleens, brains and toes, but they’ll never take their freedom
Newenglandah: derogatory or not, like many such animals that epithet had more than enough truth in it to trigger the stereotype. Doesn’t make the stereotype right, but…
Strange. Hearken to the “fighting Celts” (so to speak) of Irish antiquity and few if any mind. Use a similar epithet closer to home in history and some do.
If I were Irish I’d object to the silly leprachaun, not so much the fact that he’s a pugalist. :) (I’m half Scottish so perhaps that helps me appreciate the situation. We’re not exactly renowned for our peaceful ways either, for good or ill.)
The lady said “My people have been Potawatomie for a thousand years. We didn’t become Indians until an Italian got lost!”
IIRC, in Canada, many call themselves ‘First Nations’; I agree, I’ll call you by the name you prefer.
As for 10/12/1492, read about the Italian in A People’s History of the US (full text, and worth buying the ‘dead-tree’ edition to enlighten friends).
I’d hate to see the chicken those nuggets came from!
Cloning Lab, We’re going to need another Winky.