I prefer pork berries…
Photo courtesy of Jaime Venters.
Roll’em Roll’em Roll’em
- How much for a Beer Fiver?
This picture was taken at Lion’s Paradise.
Making hamburgers in the beef river is as easy as sailing through it with a speedboat.
Seems like they had more luck than these guys: http://www.engrish.com/2010/12/cry-me-a-stir-fry-cattle-river/
Now I’m cowsick
Fly me a river?
From a ronghorn.
- Did you enjoy your beef, Sir?
- Only the first hundred meters…
Clever re-marketing of “Pink Slime.”
Once you are past the rapids, it’s all gravey from there.
I got too exited because at first glance I thought it said BEER river.
Where is all of your beef sourced from? Just a little bit upstream.
I’m gonna need a bicarb soda river after that.
By Aaron Copland.
I’ll be your guide on the river. I’m Sir Loin of Porterhouse. You can call me Chuck.
Ride down it on the gravy boat.
As long as it takes me to Bacon Mountain, I’m there.
The butcher saw a chocolate fountain and decided to run with the idea.
All of a sudden, that obscure Weird Al parody “Take Me to the Liver” makes sense!
- Just Twin Pigs for me, please.
“…wider than a mire…”
….where boats can steer themselves.
Oh, you gotta be kidney!
Just outside Ground Rapids, Michigan.
In Chinatown in Brissie at Christmas the Chinese girl choir was singing Shenandoah. On the second chorus of:
Away, you lolling liver.
I damn near wet myself.
I’m clossing you in styre this time.
Cows with guns. (correction torpedos)
My huckrebelly fliend…
Big hit for Andy Wirriams back in the day.
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Let’s go swimming!
Serve me a river…
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