Thursday, July 01, 2010

Food in Your Teeth

Wound up just updating the blog yesterday ... but it was a good link to share.

Welcome to the back half of 2010. (Those of you in Australia and parts east may have gotten here sooner.) July in the U.S. is Bereaved Parents Month, Blueberries Month, Cell Phone Courtesy Month, Family Reunion Month, National Baked Bean Month, National Doghouse Repairs Month, National Horseradish Month, National Hot Dog Month, National Ice Cream Month, National Pickle Month, National Recreational Parks Month, National Wheelchair Beautification Month, Women's Motorcycle Month, and National Share A Sunset with Your Lover Month.

Mercy. You could make a national meal out of July.



The after-after dinner snack.

Barbarians at the Gate.

Gum Garnish.

Bugs on Your Windshield.


Oral Wedgies.

Dental Debris.

Tooth Jam.

A Living Exhibit of Modern Culinary History.

Elvis Refusing to Leave the Building.


[selected from Chris White's Top Five on Food]


WISDOM for YOUR WEEK: "As vinegar to the teeth and smoke to the eyes, so is a sluggard to those who send him." (Proverbs 10:26)


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1 comment:

Arabelle Mccuen said...

Oral wedgies FTW! LMAO! It's not so much of a euphemism 'cause it still might offend the person, but it's definitely the funniest among those examples. I also give props to 'barbarians' and 'elvis' for being runners-up. HAHAHA! Better say those "euphemisms" rather than act it out to someone, right? Discretion is the key.