Lemme turn this up… now what’d you say?
Photo courtesy of Stefan Kah.
Found in Shanghai, China.
This is the specialty dish of Mike Tyson. I ear it is really good.
Put the ear lobes in non stick cockware for 20 minutes on simmer.
When you can take the pebble from my ear
Or how to make my steak
I was wondering what I could use my non stick cockware for
– Mr. Lee? hEY, Mr. Bruce Lee? MR. BRUCE LEEEEEE!!!???
Probably cauliflower ears from being punched too many times
Kung Fu means BOOT TO THE HEAD! Particularly the ears.
Waiter! There’s a grasshopper in my ear!
♫ He said, here comes the big boss, let’s get it on ♫
I said, HERE COME THE BIG BOSS, LET’S GET IT ON
BIG BOSS, BIG BOSS
Oh… Dave’s not here.
With the amazing new Kung Fu Ear Piece you too can hear the grasshopper at your feet.
BAM! Right in the iPod!
Master, please teach me how to fight with my ears.
Wax in, wax out.
@DnT: earwax, presumably
Is it edible?
– Would you like an earing with that?
this is bruce lee, mike check one, two three, mike check one two three…
Kung Fu Corn Cobs, only a buck an ear!
Oh . . . lobe, canal or drum?
Google translates Kung Fu in Chinese to Van Gogh in Dutch.
@Lora: … a buck an ear? Sounds like pirate food to me. 😉
@DrLex: You got it. (OK, it’s a Karate Kid ref, not kung fu, but what the hell.) 😛
From ‘Kung Fu of the Lambs’
Dreamworks are REEEALLY running out of ideas!!
As the Italian said, when asked where Rome was: It’s a buck an ear.”
Ouch. That pierced my ears