Years ago, Cruel Wife ran over a nest of baby bunnies with a mower†.
Not a hare one a single one of those bunny heads was harmed, but it shook her up miserably for the afternoon. She was distraught with the possibilities.
Possibilities? Two words:
Actual cuts of meat would have been impossible at that point.
Why bring it up? Because it is almost Easter, that’s why. I’m still going to suggest cooking either a rabbit stuffed with a chicken or a chicken stuffed with a rabbit. Hasenchicken. Chickabun. Flopsycock. (Scratch that last one, eh?) Not sure how to sell that to the kids in a way that won’t cause discord. Perhaps blended-meat meals like Turducken should remain apart.
Are we doomed as a culture since so many of us laugh at the above strip? Are we just bad actors in the theater of history?
Nah. That’s funny.
† We do not own a John Deere, although I can dream…
Still no sign of Jack L. Katt. Flyers go up tomorrow but I’m not going to get my hopes up. At this point if he comes home I’ll kill him for making me worry about his furry dumb ass. Damn cat.
An e:mail chain at work involved a discussion about “esperanto” and synthetic languages. At some point Klingon was debated because it did not show up on a list of synthetic languages, starting when Black Lab on Methamphetamines said:
Klingon isn’t there either. It’s a list of constructed languages meant to be used, not all constructed/fictional languages.
C0-worker Inscrutable Half-Breed replied:
I’m always astounded by how many geeks and nerds I’m surrounded with at all time.
<sniff> I love you guys…
And characteristic for my attitude this week, I responded:
I don’t. I don’t love you guys.
How about “I really intensely tolerate you guys”? Is that good enough?
It’s been a long couple of weeks, actually.
I’m taking Monday off, handing the kids off to the sitter for a few hours, and going with Cruel Wife to go look at a high-end antiques store purely for the enjoyment of it.
If you can handle “disturbing sports injuries”, then may I suggest you scroll down to #1 on the list at Cracked.com? That must’ve taken balls.