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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

green eggs and spam

that's pretty much going to my steady diet for the foreseeable future. maybe just regular colored eggs though. not sure how the green dye is going to affect my voluptous ass.

oh, and bovril, of course. yes, bovril. i'm the only one i know here in the states that actually eats, or even knows what bovril is. but i love that black nasty gooey stuff.

bovril, bovril, how do i love thee?

whenever my parents come to the states, they would always ask me if i wanted anything. cds? books? maid/sex slave? and i would always say no. just get me bovril, i'd say. with bovril, i can conquer the world. now, they don't even ask. they just bring me a bottle or two every time.

you know, if one were to sit down and read the ingredients at the back of the bottle, they'd probably pass out and die. it's probably just msg to the nth power. the hell with that i say. what doesn't kill you just makes your hair fall off at a blinding rate.

(this is why i don't blog that much anymore. what i just wrote is just a total load of bullshit. a 1st grader could write better, and organize his/her/its thoughts better that what i just did. blah blah blah)

whatever. i like spam. and eggs. and bovril.

yay me.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bovril

is the trademarked name of a thick, salty beef extract, sold in a distinctive, bulbous jar.

A spoonful of the semi-liquid paste in hot water makes a savoury drink. It can also be used as a flavouring for soups, stews or porridge, or spread on bread, especially toast. Its flavor is not dissimilar to that of Marmite.

The name, like many late 19th and early 20th century tradenames, comes (partially) from Latin, bos (gen. bovis) meaning "ox" or "bull/cow". The vril component of the name comes from Bulwer-Lytton's once-popular 1870 "lost race" novel, The Coming Race, in which a subterranean humanoid race have mental control over, and devastating powers from, an energy fluid named "Vril."[1]

dude...a thick, salty beef extract... comon..

December 13, 2006 9:19 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder what they extracted out from the cow?

December 13, 2006 9:52 AM

 
Blogger ed said...

which retard pasted the wiki definition in the comments section?

are you light in the head?

December 13, 2006 10:42 AM

 

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