First, I'll save any wiseguy from saying, "Hey, isn't that what you said to your wife on your wedding night"?
OK, got it out of your system? Laugh clown, laugh.
I actually need to go drain my hot tub (no, that is NOT a euphemism). Due to a lack of diligence on my part this winter, the water smells like feet. Kinda puts a damper on that whole "relaxing warm, soothing soak" thing. Unless you have a foot fetish. Hey, I won't judge.
Anyway, in recognition of the coming Easter season (yes I know, it's not even Presidents Day, that most festive time of year), the local convenience store has started selling something called "Butter Krak."
When I saw that, I appalled. I thought it was would taste something like.....
But, since I had to find out for myself (I'm funny that way), I bought one. And found out it is nothing more than cocoanut and chocolate. Which caused me to wonder: where's the butter? And what's with that whole 'krak' business?
I think it's an Amish thing.
So, if any of you are Amish and can answer my questions, please let me know. But, then again, if you're Amish and you're reading this, then you're really not adhering to the spirit and intent of "Amishness", are you?
Well, now that's that out of my system, time to go clean the petri dish which is attached to my deck.
Tomorrow: Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Lend Me Your Pee
(Inspired by BlackLOG)