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Discussion in 'Picture Gallery' started by Thomas Veil, Apr 29, 2009.
Check out the ad I got in my e-mail this morning. Notice anything wrong?
I know there's a joke here somewhere with weiners and bones but I can't quite work it out.
Still too early for 'ya?
"Ball Park Franks - Bone In"
Don't know about the UK, but in 'Murrica, our hot doggies tend to be of the boneless variety.
Duh, it's not so early that I didn't get THAT, I just knew there was a pun to be made and I couldn't quite work it out.
Maybe I'm the one it's too early for, then.
Ours tend to be of the meatless variety.
The bone has left the wiener.
well.. technically if the bone has left the wiener it means you're unhappy
Hot dog, we have a wiener!
hahah, nasty. but you know there's ground up bone in it anyway.
reminds me of the time i found the end of a mouse tail, about 3/4" long, in a burger from McDonald's. And the sad thing is, I rarely have eaten there, so why did it have to happen to meeeee?!?! You could see the little hairs on it and everything *boak*
You should have taken that disgusting S*** to court. Ugh. Now I don't want mcdonalds for a while. *shivers*
"Mystery meat" really freaks me out.
I can't remember when was the last time I ate a hotdog (or a hamburger where I didn't chop up the meat myself.)
You kids today, no sense of adventure.
Mom used to say "Everyone eats a peck of dirt before they die."
Eating dirt is not my problem.
It is just the thought of eating finely ground up duodenum and @rseh0le with the odd tooth thrown and squeezed into a hotdog "sausage" or hamburger that makes me barf.
That's what everyone said. But I was 19 leaving for the Army in three days, so I couldn't be messing with lawyer fluff. That was actually the only reason I went and got McDeath.... one unhealthy, greasy meal before basic.
I'd say a random mouse tail is different from dirt. I've certainly had to deal with plenty of Army food and plenty of dirt in my day from growing up on farms and then going into the military. But rodent parts? No thanks.
That is one of the grossest things I've heard in a long while. It has put me right off the idea of fast food hamburgers too.
Hey! Those are the best parts!
I guess I'm just a fussy eater.
Sounds absolutely offal.
Real meat or not, I'm sure it tastes great.
I don't know whether you're trying to be funny or not...
I think there is a gay joke there that is in really bad taste for a baseball player named Frank.
If it was a truly "bone-in" weiner, maybe they meant this.
oh gawd, that is one of the saddest but confusing x-rays I've ever seen. WTF is that bone doing in there?
edit: Oh, I see.
That photo's been making the rounds for well over thirty years, btw. I remember seeing it being passed around when I was a teenager.