Filed under: Cats | Tagged: Abraham Lincoln, Adolf Hitler, blind, Boston, cats, diesel, dogs, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Egypt, feline, humor, information, interesting, Issac Newton, litter, paws, purrs, Robert E. Lee, Taurine, tractor, ultrasonic, whiskers | Leave a Comment »
I was really taken back when I saw the marketing strategies applied to this instruction manual for cooking Genghiskhan Mutton Beef. Japanese people must believe we were taught Ebonics in school. A real eye opener. Fizzle to da sizzle!
It gets crazy hot!
Obviously the Japanese like to inhale beef rather than eat it.
Watch out for the ladies while cooking! (or the next “party”)
It’s a beef hurricane!
Strangely enough? Hmmm….MSG. I think your hooked on the junk, and to boot you have a pan on top of your head.
Filed under: Funny, Interesting Webfinds | Tagged: bizarre, cartoon, Ebonics, Funny, ghetto, hillarious, hip hop, humor, humorous, instruction manual, interesting, japan, japanese, mutton, mutton beef, odd, slang, weird | 2 Comments »
I created this map back in August of this year. It has 113 places in the greater New England area that are really worth a visit, at least some due research. I have visited at least half of the sites on the map and am trying to finish off Southern New England before my departure for Maine and the North Country. I hope with the best intention that people visit these places with great respect and please help maintain these great sites. If you see any litter please pick it up. It takes only one person to make a difference. Thanks everyone and enjoy!
Filed under: Ghost Towns, Massachusetts, Oddities, Paranormal, Urban Exploring | Tagged: abandoned, bara hack, betrayal, bizzare, cape cod, connecticutt, exploring, Ghost Towns, haunted, historic monuments, interesting, lost, lost town, lost village, Massachusetts, murder, New England, new hampshire, outdoors, Paranormal, parks, preserves, rhose island, spooky, supernatural, unusual, Urban Exploring, vermont, worcester | 1 Comment »