God’s Name & Recipes with Bacon


Once upon a time there was a Pistachio
Living in Porto-Vecchio
After witnessing a hit on Don Pesto
He was incommunicado
Hiding from mob boss Avocado


News Anchor: We warn anyone with a weak stomach or small children to leave the room before this next story.
A Personal Chef has made headlines worldwide today. Inspired by Stand up to Bullying Day, the chef has released a recipe along with images for the preparation of a dish he has titled,Β  Shish KeRamsay.
The act has divided the population, with some people saying Gordon Ramsay got what he deserved, and others saying there’s no need to add that much lemon to the acidic prick.


The First Jeans Model

Denim Dan
Was a man
He rolled right into town

He had a face
Common place
That always wore a frown

He met a guy
Named Levi
Who offered him a job

You just stand
Head in hand
like an insufferable snob


For Pete’s sake
For the love of Pete
Euphemisms for God
Or God’s actual name?


The Most Beautiful Poem I’ve Ever Written

Ba Ba bacon
ba con
ba con ba
Ba bacon

ba con
ba con babacon
bacon
ba bacon

Bacon con
ba con baconcon
ba con
and ba con

Based on
This Is Just To Say
By William Carlos Williams


Had to look this up.
Pretty self explanatory
Skip The Straw Day


Carnival is a homonym:

A Roman Catholic Festival
&
A Travelling Circus

Wait… those are synonyms


Weekly Theme:
Holidays & Observances

Carnival Day
For Pete’s Sake Day
International Stand Up to Bullying Day
Levi Strauss Day
National Bacon Day
National Personal Chef’s Day
National Pistachio Day
Skip The Straw Day
Tell a Fairy Tale Day
World Pistachio Day


26 thoughts on “God’s Name & Recipes with Bacon

  1. Hi Mouse, these made me laugh as I ate my pistachio-laden breakfast of fruit and yogurt. You’ve provided the menu for my meals today. πŸ™‚ Great write.
    Enjoy your weekend,
    eden

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    1. Thanks Bluey.
      I had some whacky thoughts for this week, most made it to post. Some were a little to twisted for the golf enjoying general public πŸ˜‰πŸ’š

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    1. Thank you. In a perfect world the bacon is never ending.
      I find national holidays like this to be funny affairs, I guess that’s why my response is mostly humour.

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    1. Thank you. People say that from afar. Up close it has been known to frighten. Always happy when someone can glean something from my posts.

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