Rants, raves, tirades and calm reflections from a father of twins...
Scott and I had dinner, smoked some cigars and drank scotch while watching the NCAA tournament Saturday at a pub in Orland Park, IL.One of the items on the menu was "stuffed butt steak."Insert your own sophomoric joke here...
Monday, March 20, 2006
Do they wear gloves when "serving" that?
Ew. Thanks Becky.
Wow, that wins the most disturbing image award for the week... hands down.Now I'm thinking of the line from 'Fletch' "You using the whole fist there Doc?"
We didn't even want to ask what it was stuffed with...and even more disturbing is 'who' stuffs it?
I'm going to go with..."Yeah, but you haven't REALLY lived until you've tried their bone-sucking cock!"
Does that come with Bone Suckin' Sauce?
Here's a marketing idea.Team the 'stuffed butt steak' with the 'bone suckin' sauce' and call it the Brokeback Mountain Special...not that there's anything wrong with that.Is this post swerving into poor taste?
Poor taste? Depends on how you like that steak. Rare or well done? How about charred?
Swerving into? As if it started out as an upstanding post.
That's a damn good point Sarah...
Yeah, I don't think swerving is necessary.
Fair enough. How about 'swerving further into poor taste'?
Sounds like you would have enjoyed the PORK BUTT ON A STICK I recently enjoyed at the FLA state fair.I'm all about food on sticks, but please, PORK BUTT on a STICK?Who the hell could ever say no?
whaddaya think a corn dog is??
OK, OK, so "pork butt, lips, snouts, etc, on a stick" would have been just too wordy.
Well... when my brother and I went to the 2004 World Series there was a booth selling something called a '12 inch meat stick"
Swerving, oh hell no, this was head on into bad taste. Well, Kemp and I never claimed to be taste aficionados.And 12 inch Meat Stick is just wayyyy to easy.
Ok. I looked at the picture my brother took of the booth and it's "Sweet Meat Stix: The Best 12 inches in the MidWest"So there ya go...
Ok, now I am mad.... they stole my nickname and tagline!
That's just WAY too much information there Scott.
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