Another egg riddle: “A box without hinges, key or lid, yet golden treasure inside is hid”.
Of course, in order for these genius ideas to “just come to” Amelia, they first had to “just come to” Will Henry…”Soooooper Geeeenius” or “Agent of Chaos”? You Decide!
That chair is on a fuzzy carpet – it ain’t going nowhere without some serious pushing (I speak from experience)
Same here – that’s the sensible way! And room to cook more of it than fits in the bird. But I use cubed bread pieces, leave out the apples and add finely chopped giblets – my husband swears it’s the best thing in the world!
They should’ve used creamed honey instead of liquid – less messy and also comes in a plastic tub instead of a glass jar. Though I hear creamed honey is not terribly common in the US (it’s pretty ubiquitous in Canada). And of course it would make the joke less funny.
“What would you do for a Klondike Bar?”
I do! I haven’t thought of it in years – it’s from John Lennon’s book A Spaniard in the Works. Among other crazy pieces (like a Snow White parody) he did a Sherlock Holmes story in which Holmes kept saying various altered versions of the famous “Elementary my dear Watson”. Thanks for reminding me of it, I’ll have to go dig out my old copy now.
This seems to be a common theme in cookbooks and restaurant signs. Those who will be eaten enthusiastically supporting the idea. My sister once saw a sign for a restaurant specializing in pork dishes in which a widely smiling pig in a chef’s outfit was holding a frying pan with a pig’s foot in it – the kicker was, this pig had a peg leg.
John Waters’ moustache would be easy, and wouldn’t even need to be made of real hair – he’s been drawing it on with an eyebrow pencil for decades.
I’m Team Yukon as well – have to support the fellow Canadian!