Wednesday, October 14, 2009

"Forgive Me, Viewer: It Has Been Two Days Since My Last Shower"

...which is the norm, actually, so I don't know why I'm acting all proud here.

At any rate, occasionally I am less greasy than in this video. Let's just pretend I've smeared myself in bacon grease.

Howzabout for the 4th of July, I run around a park, and y'all try to catch me?



UPDATE: Tonight, Carnivore Husband O Mine has been singing Beyonce's "If You Like It, Then You Should've Put a Ring On It" but using the lyric "You will like it if you put a bite of ham on it."

16 comments:

Chantal said...

I want your freezer, not just the freezer but the contents! BACONNNNNNNN

secret agent woman said...

Chantal can have my share. That's a lot of pork and beef fondling you're doing there.

kmkat said...

Horseradish AND garlic mashed potatoes?! Help me Jebus, I'm a'comin' to your house for dinner!

yinyang said...

I'll take the zucchini bread if you guys decide you don't want it. Either that, or I'll just force my dad to make some.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

Your freezer looks SO much like mine! Except I don't buy my pork in bulk (yet), only my beef. And now? I am hungry.

actonbell said...

BACON!!!!!!! Heh, you were channeling my favorite dog food commerical, actually.

Zucchini bread with chocolate chips.

I hope your throat gets better soon:)

flutter said...

oh man, I now require a BLT. The girth of my ass now rests on your head.

wait. that sounded bad.

kbye!

Midlife Jobhunter said...

I grew up with hocks. Makes a great line - Hock up a good one and send it over the fence. Hock up a juicy one and ...

Horseradish mashed potatoes. Actually sounds very, very good to me. I remember basements - and freezers. As a kid, I hated having to go way down there in the depths and get some stored treasure that might have been hocked up by some pig at Hormels. Hock, what a great word.

Hope you feel better soon.

AmyTree said...

By 'eck that sounds good - I have a terrible headcold and anything involving horseradish and garlic is fine by me!!
I grew up on a cattle ranch and there were a pair of hogs I got to know (Mr Ed and Miss Piggy) before they were sent for slaughter. I don't remember being upset that they were killed, but I was VERY disappointed that - unlike said hogs - the resultant bacon was not 6 feet long.

choochoo said...

I had a freezer once. It was a big'un. But then I tripped over the cord one summer day and it went flying out of it's socket without me noticing. I also hadn't noticed my mum sneaking hams in there. Then there was a smell. Then there was more smell. Then I opened the freezer. Long story short: the ham exploded and the freezer was never the same, so I threw it out.

Patois said...

I need to respond on so many ways.

#1, I LOVE YOU for your comment at my place today. I loved you already, but I love you even more.

#2, I love your voice. You so sexy. So sexy.

#3, Enchilada sauce.

#4, BACONNNNNNNNN

Now, excuse me, I need to clear my throat.

commoncents said...

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Pam said...

I am almost vegetarian, but cannot resist bacon. They say the smell of frying bacon can make a strong vegetarian turn. I believe it.

Not Afraid to Use It said...

OMG bacon. The food of the gods. I find every excuse to add bacon to my recipes. Have you seen the bacon website? The one with the bacon-wrapped Thanksgiving turkey? Oh yeah. The photos will make you gag or shout for joy. The comments alone are worth the read.

http://bacontoday.com/turbaconducken-turducken-wrapped-in-bacon/

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

You freaking crack me up! I'm laughing so hard. I watch you before bed to get my "good feel" before I lay down. And I got it!

Jeff said...

Way to hock up a great post. We have a big freezer just like that but we never put anything in it, so basically I'm just paying to keep air cold. But if I had a pig...