Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Phone cam round-up



Not your conventional time-out, but no doubt an effective spin on the technique.


Is $11.50 too much to pay for a pound of chocolate balls? Dunno.


This is the last thing you see before you actually enter the twilight zone.


After I snapped this pic, he hopped off that garbage can and asked me if I had an extra cigarette. Sorry, dude, gave 'em up in '93.


Is it against the law to eat a president? Maybe we should call the police.


Wankers.


The aftermath of Reese's Cups for lunch.


Naked plastic chick in a chair with detached arm.


Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. This is a joke, right? You're shitting me, right?


Quit looking up there like that, ya creepy guy.


How much is that Lyle in the window?

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14 comments:

Jon Moore said...

"Is it against the law to eat a president?"
Ask Monica.
That was too easy.

Caroline said...

It's not against the law to eat a President, but it is against the law to lie about it...

Cleveland Bob said...

Wankers indeed.

Erin O'Brien said...

Monica Lewinsky balled Abe Lincoln? Who knew?

Yeah, yeah. To hell with that. I'm with Cleveland Bob. Behold The Reluctant Mouseketeer.

DogsDontPurr said...

A little background on your Rougue Ale:
They are a staple Oregon micro~brewery notorious for their uniquely and sometimes outrageously named brews...with a nod to all things Oregon.

Voodoo Doughnut is Portland's super eccentric hipster doughnut shop that used to be a super secret underground place to go, but now has devotees world wide.

Back in the day, they didn't open till midnight and there'd be a line out the door (now they're open 24 hours...and there's still a line out the door).
They too are notorious for their unique names and flavor combinations. They were part of the early pioneers combining flavors like bacon and chocolate, salt and caramel. But they also came up with shockingly popular concoctions such as the Pepto Bismol doughnut. No Joke.

So you put these two Oregon kingpins together and you get Rogue Voodoo Doughnut Bacon Maple Ale. Classic!

(Dang! I'm getting all nostalgic for Oregon now!)

Check out Voodoo Doughnut's website to get a better idea of just how outrageous these things are:
http://voodoodoughnut.com/doughnuts.html

Erin O'Brien said...

I don't know if I'm ready for Pepto Bismol doughnuts, but I bow in deference to the creators of the salt/caramel combo.

THANK you, DDP.

james claffey said...

what the hell is with those car sticker fools?????

Anonymous said...

Little Debbie rocks

James Old Guy

Norm said...

I know people who've tried the Voodoo Doughnut maple bacon ale from Rogue. They've all said it's not as bad as you think but they won't be trying it again. I'm going to skip the first time.

Ms Amanda said...

Wankers indeed.

Both the Rouge Brewery and Voodoo Doughnuts are just up the road from me. Those doughnuts. Those. Doughnuts. Yes, please. We didn't have time to wait in line last Saturday and I'm still sad about it. Next time we go there first. Or we cross the river and go the Voodoo on Sandy...
That beer tastes like maple, bacon and beer. I thought it wasn't bad, but by then I was elbows deep in vodka and cranberry, so don't take my word for it.
EOB, you come to Oregon and get yourself some doughnuts. Maybe you can do a reading of The Irish Hungarian at Powell's. Might make your whole trip business, write off the ticket and the doughnuts.
On a sadder note: We found out Adam Yauch (Beasti Boys) had died while visiting Voodoo doughnuts. My brother bought the last doughnut made in his honor. It had a picture of Adam and song lyrics on a little stick on the top. Sadness never tasted so good.

Erin O'Brien said...

They had me at the Bacon Maple Bar, and Voodoo gets major style points for a Cock-N-Balls, the Triple Chocolate Penetration and the Butterfingering.

Still not ready for the beer.

Ms. Amanda, thanks for the invite. I might take you up on it.

James C: We should make stickers that have a moms and dads holding a beers and cigarettes and goth kids.

James OG: Don't worry. I'll get to it. Now go and visit the link I posted at the opening of this comment. Those Voodoo Doughnuts would kick Little Debbie's ass any day of the week.

twinklysparkles said...

Just 2 days ago I had a discussion about those stickers after seeing a slew of them on a mini-van. Cats and dogs included with the family.

I stated that I don't like those stickers. Wankers indeed, but why? Why are they irritating to me? I decided there's something self-congratulatory about them.

Nothing like disliking humanity of which I am a part.

That first photo is disturbing, maybe even more than the "family" stickers.

Ciao, O'Brien. twinkly

twinklysparkles said...

Hey, alpha, I like your new photo. Excellent!

Jon Moore said...

Thanks Twink.