Archive for March, 2009

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Easter eggs for dogs!

March 22, 2009

For all of the non-believers out there, below is photo graphic proof that there is such a thing as “dog chocolate” and Easter eggs for dogs.

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They’re not small either… you’d need a puppy/dog with a big appetite for these!

[43,230 Dogs Voted that they’d love to receive one of these for Easter, but acknowledge that they probably won’t]

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Squirrel flavored crisps / chips?

March 22, 2009

What gives?  Yesterday at my local shop I noticed a new type of packet crisp at the service counter.  Seriously… check it out for yourself!

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Ok, in the United Kingdom and London for that matter, apparently it’s legal to eat certain types of squirrel – not the local ones, but those pesky introduced varieties.  What I didn’t know however is that it’s all gone commercial!  

While I haven’t tried them, my guess is they are going to taste a bit nutty or chicken-like (doesn’t everything not beef based)

I do have some important questions though, most importantly;  Are these squirrels farmed or free-range?

While I know we’re in a recession, attacking innocent squirrels is the last thing I thought I’d see, especially on a crisp packet.

[10,324 London-based Squirrels have voted against this type of animal cruelty]

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Sausage Rolls: Contains at least 12.5% pork

March 15, 2009

This was the text on a sign displayed by a stall owner at the London Borough Markets yesterday.  Don’t get me wrong, they are absolutely delicious sausage rolls and it’s obvious that the 87.5% pastry (and mysterious additives) are the awesome part… but why don’t they just advertise that?  I mean, shouldn’t they promote the stuff that makes them so damn tasty?

Awesome Sausage Rolls: Contains 87.5% pastry and mysterious additives.

Can’t wait to have them for lunch.  There’s no way I’m sharing.

[192 people voted that I should share my sausage roll]

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Bacon Fighting?

March 13, 2009

If Bacon Fighting was a sport, could Bacon be the prize?