View Full Version : Morrissey and Chinese Food sucks together
January 14, 2001, 11:56 PM
My damned annoying fool of a roommate decided to put on Oye Esteban DVD while we scarfed our Bhuddha's Delight (a stir fried massacre of Chinese Vegetables with way too many bamboo shoots) and as soon as "Tomorrow" came on, I puked all over the floor.
I come to the conclusion of three things:
1. It was not the video that made me sick but Leatherdace's voice does something to my stomach if there is Chinese food present.
2. There is NO SUCH THING AS GOOD CHINESE VEGETABLE DISHES and if you do find them, you are probably insane, sexually abused or mistaking this for drinking cum.
3. Boz Boorer looks like Charlie Sheen in many of the videos (i.e. My lovelife...) too bad he looks like a moronic vibra-2000 in photos.
I retract the above statements if these prove to be false, all except that you are mistaking this for drinking cum.
Also, is it me or does Yorkshire Pudding remind anyone of wallpaper glue? Bye you bunch of goat-testicles.
Little Miss Curious
January 15, 2001, 08:43 PM
> Also, is it me or does Yorkshire Pudding remind anyone of
> wallpaper glue?
I demand you retract that statement immediately. Or else.
January 15, 2001, 09:45 PM
You see Miss Curious, dear Cinders has given me a recipe on how to make it and I followed her directions to a tee and lo and behold, when I ate some...it was much akin to lemon flavored (flavoUred) wallpaper paste.
Blame her, not me.
Little Miss Curious
January 15, 2001, 11:59 PM
> You see Miss Curious, dear Cinders has given me a recipe on how
> to make it and I followed her directions to a tee and lo and
> behold, when I ate some...it was much akin to lemon flavored
> (flavoUred) wallpaper paste.
> Blame her, not me.
Well, you obviously haven't got the Yorkshire touch! It's a curious gift, perfected over the years by mass inbreeding. I bet you didn't put a smidgen of pepper in did you now? And I BET you opened the oven door when they were cooking!
And they're not supposed to taste like wallpaper paste. They're supposed to taste like liquid UHU glue.
January 16, 2001, 12:20 AM
Um, you're supposed to cook them? Oven?! Pepper? Here's what i was told to do:
1. Take Pancake Batter Mix
2. Add water
3. Some sugar
-beat for 5 minutes:
Refrigerate and serve.
Did I do this wrong? No.
Did Cinderella tell me incorrectly? Maybe.
Was this on purpose? hmmmm, perhaps (squinting eyes)
The Salt of the Earth
January 16, 2001, 12:46 AM
Greasetea, you're just an idiot. You let me down. Who made you a moron? A potential condom?
Little Miss (naughty non-working) Curious
January 16, 2001, 05:17 PM
> Um, you're supposed to cook them? Oven?! Pepper? Here's what i
> was told to do:
> 1. Take Pancake Batter Mix
> 2. Add water
> 3. Some sugar
> -beat for 5 minutes:
> Refrigerate and serve.
> Did I do this wrong? No.
> Did Cinderella tell me incorrectly? Maybe.
> Was this on purpose? hmmmm, perhaps (squinting eyes)
PANCAKE BATTER MIX???!!!???!!!???!!!???!!!
January 16, 2001, 05:42 PM
LMC how could any true, self-respecting Yorkshire woman EVER describe making Yorkshire puddings in that most hideous of incorrect manners?!
I informed idiot boy correctly, he obviously didn't listen...I mean come on...pancake mix...SUGAR???!!!!!!!!!???!?!? That would just be against all laws of God and man!
And what kind of idiot translates very very hot oven and smoking fat into refridgerate for several hours? I'll tell you what kind of idiot...a foul mouthed American who pronounces basil bay-zil...I mean I ask you?!
Do I come here just to have my eyes assaulted...
:-) Cinderellapumpkinqueen xxx
January 16, 2001, 07:52 PM
You told me to refrigerate the conglomerate and then serve!
Why I should tell everyone that you make me say dirty things to you on the phone! The depraved things you tell me to say!!! You are NOT like this in person, why on the phone? How many times can I describe what I want to do with my microwave?
The Magic Fairy
January 16, 2001, 11:51 PM
From the recipe, it sounds like you actually made frozen pancakes. I'm not sure that the world is ready for such culinary experimentation. Proper Yorkshire puddings are smashing.
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