Xeni Jardin at 1:32 pm Fri, Aug 13, 2010
ADVERTISE AT BOING BOING!
Related: "I wanted the seltzer, not the salsa!"
[via Robert Popper, thanks for the history, Andrea]
I am having both, just to be sure.
They are back with: Hairpiece or Herpes
If he’s on an ital diet then both are prohibited.
If I hit it really fast I can hear it slow transition back in forth in my mind….
Either way both go great together…
When I worked at the East Asian Library at a renowned California university, there was this thirty-fivish Japanese female co-worker with whom I had a discussion one slow afternoon about the proper consistency of rice. She kept saying “Rice must stick together like lava.” I remember insisting repeatedly that lava-like rice would probably be too sticky for easy enjoyment. Only later did I realize that she was saying that rice should stick together like lovers, and that I missed out on what I know think could have turned into at least a hot grope session next to the card catalog.
Billions of hours of technological development, from the harnessing of electricity, power generation, computing, digital imaging, networking, multimedia, and web development have enabled us to observe and enjoy “Bacon or Beer Can.”
God bless the Internet.
Most definitely beer can.
Can’t argue with the tight focus of this website. It aims to do one thing, and do it well.
Needs a Geordie version too.
There’s a Modeselektor Remix which includes “Berghain”, a popular techno Club in Berlin:
Did you know that vampires can hear “bacon” and “beer can” at exactly the same time? Now you do. And knowing is half the battle! Not knowing is the other half… and we already did that… battle complete!
oh you crazy baldheads…
also, don’t forget about this classic in sean connery’s history of saying the same word different ways:
The guy looked wasted (dont’ get the joke though…)…
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Serial noisemaker David Yow, best known as the charismatic frontman of such bands as Scratch Acid and Jesus Lizard, is a visual artist. He has a show opening this weekend in Los Angeles over at The DIY Gallery on Sunset.
Image: LN, Mixed media and collage on wood, David Yow.
"Couch potatoes don't matter on the Web, crazy people do."
Buzzfeed founder (and former HuffPo-er) Jonah Peretti's talk slides on how to craft viral hits read like an Anarchist's Cookbook for traffic-monkeys; a sort of SEOnomicon.
Tammy and her husband John built this fantastic 180-square-foot shack on Gambier Island, British Columbia. They spent about $7,000 in materials.
Xeni Jardin at 1:22 pm Fri, Aug 13, 2010
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