But first he needed to get off Battlestar Galactica (yes, he was in the original film/TV pilot).
! That does’nt seem to be a reason to change.
♪♫ Where can I find a bur-ner like that! ♪♫
I thought I bought an outdoor stove, but it was a swamp cooker. It looks like a gas two-burner stove, but it puts out 350,000 BTUs/hr. 1 burner puts out as much heat as 3-1/2 turkey fryers. It sounds like a hot air balloon heater. I brought 5 gallons of cold water to a rolling boil in a minute and cooked 2 dozen ears of corn in 6 minutes.
Another song that can completely disappear from the universe with nary a tear shed.
“why can’t I find a warmer like that?” Prolly the first pop song to use the word moot to rhyme with cute…
“Where can I get a grill like that?” Good song!
I am sure Rick is having a slow burn about this one.
Looks like Jess’s meat can’t be beat!
Thanks for the ear worm, NOT!
First, I wish Jesse would put some pants on.
Took a Minute…: Jessi’s girl
What a hot idea!
“A pretty grill is like a melody”
Jessie’s ph# is slightly different than Jenny’s..867-5305.
OK Boys, got to tell you AGAIN. It’s not the size of your grill that counts, it’s what you can do with it.
Off The Mark – Mark Parisi – May 25, 2015
80’s shorts, hair, and sideburns. Funny!
A lot of creativity comes from poor hearing.
Is this anything like guys needing monster tv’s?
Not the brightest bulb was he?
Not only was he inspired, he also came up with his own mondegreen.
Yet another good one, Scott!
So that’s what he’s been saying/singing all this time.
All of us BBQ lovers are offended. That is a grill, not a pit, not even a smoker.
Up next, two crickets and a pair of dice.
My feelings on BBQ grills/cookers/smokers? You can keep ‘em but I’ll take the grilled/smoked meats!
Am I the only one that’s going to say Jessie’s shorts are way too short.
I remember one episode of Qduantim Leap where Sam and Al spent the whole episode trying to match up Sam’s host with a rancher’s daughter only to see her fall in love with one of her ranch hands instead. As Sam’s getting ready for the wedding he and Al are trying to figure out what’s going to happen when he fails his “assignment.” Sam’s host was the local vetrinarian and all through the episode his assistant is this older teen who sits around playing the guitar whenever he as spare time. As Sam goes to leave for the wedding one of the piglets he’s careing for gets out of the house and starts running away and Sam tries doing a hog call to get her to come back. That’s when his assistant (who he’s always called kid or boy since he never managed to learn his name) starts strumming his guitar and improvises a song going “Piggy Suey, Piggy Suey, don’t you know that I love you. Oh, Piggy, my Piggy Suey.” Sam and Al look at each other with a pained expression and then Sam turns to the kid and says, “Buddy,” “Yeah, doc?” Buddy said getting up from his chair. "Relax, Buddy, I was just thinking that little song of yours might work better if you made it “Peggy Sue.” As Buddy sits down and starts trying out the new words for his song Sam is surrounded by the blue glow of the leaping process and Al goes, “Time to go.”
Where can I find a Weber like that?