By Xeni Jardin at 12:41 pm Sun, Jun 29, 2008
pie tins in space
red eye rice treats
thorax cake (shown above)
i like cake
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That’s really quite amazing!
Even vampires would love this drink! In a cocktail shaker, combine two ounces of tomato juice, a tablespoon of tequila, two ounces of vodka, half an ounce of dry vermouth, half an ounce of dry gin, a dash of salt and some ice. Shake well and strain into a glass over a few ice cubes for a bloody-good time.
oh my god That’s really amazing man!!!
Why are there no Unicorn Chasers any more? Are they out?
Please, just a small one …
I don’t see your point, teapunk and schmod, that’s just a photograph of a delicious, sweet cake.
finding this image at the top of BB as I sat down with my pizza required some adjustment.
Unicorn cake chaser: http://www.easy-birthday-cakes.com/unicorn-cake.html
mmmmmm sugary legendary animals…
Uch. Between this image, reading “The Road,” and another photo I saw in the internet recently, I have had just about enough of thinking about my own viscera, thank you very much.
That’s a really nasty picture. It’s difficult to see it as anything other than corporeal remains, even though I know it must be a cake or something.
I know, CATFOTFIC, but that’s a really nasty picture.
and if we can’t laugh in the face of our mortal flesh, what are we to do?
as opposed to
Yay! That’s one of my favourite films:)
I hated that film. It just seemed like a really long episode of Night Gallery.
Wasn’t that cake in MAKE?
I wouldn’t eat it here or there, I would not eat it anywhere.
As a “gotcha!” I’d stick a real pancreas or gallbladder in the ribcage.
” Hooooooo – man! If you could see the look on your face right now!!…more spleen anyone? “
That’s discussing… would luv a slice
Rib too please!
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