Ah So Desu Ka
Thay’s a big 14 or 10-4
‘No stir-fried or boiled Ziggy for me, though. That dude never wore pants for 40-odd years, and I don’t need to look at that.’
And. Vats the way she likes it. Aaa haaa. Aaa haas.
…when Donnor said stuff like this, it always gave the other raindeer the creeps…
…there is more than one way to skin a Garfield…
…it was a glitch in the Froglandia matrix that made Grace the Face just taste lame…
…adding instant coffee to my coffee makes it taste like my Mom’s…
…Blondie doesn’t know if adding buffalo chicken sauce to Dagwood makes his sandwiches taste better or worse…
…it appears that I might have left a word or two out on that last one…
I like crispy, sarcastic and lively…..
That’s because you never take the time to develop a decent broth. It isn’t the extra moisture that is too blame, it is the lack of interesting particles in suspension.
I’m not sure what happened back there. Edema humor normally slays. Tough crowd, I guess.
Larson felt the same way, right? Crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside.
Tawny Frogmouth says;
Inspector: Then we have number four. Number four: Crunchy Frog.
Mr. Hilton: Yes.
Inspector: Am I right in thinking there’s a real frog in ’ere?
Mr. Hilton: Yes, a little one.
Inspector: What sort of frog?
Mr. Hilton: A…a dead frog.
Inspector: Is it cooked?
Mr. Hilton: No.
Inspector: What, a RAW frog?!?
Mr. Hilton: Oh, we use only the finest baby frogs, dew-picked and flown from Iraq, cleansed in the finest quality spring water, lightly killed, and sealed in a succulent, Swiss, quintuple-smooth, treble-milk chocolate envelope, and lovingly frosted with glucose.
Inspector: That’s as may be, but it’s still a frog!
Mr. Hilton: What else?
Inspector: Well, don’t you even take the bones out?
Mr. Hilton: If we took the bones out, it wouldn’t be crunchy, would it?
I like to dump a few of them into a wok and see what happens. Liberty Meadows is good, and C’est La Vie also; but not together.
I eat mine raw.
Baked is good too, especially in a convection oven.
..are reruns leftovers?…
…because there are only so many Calvin and Hobbes’ reruns that I can stomach…
I think I’ll have mine broiled, please, and well-done. Some comics go down funny if not cooked thoroughly enough, you know! —Of course, that’s why we have gin-and-tonics, to wash them down and preserve our tummies….