Photo courtesy of Deanna and Michael Ferrante.
Found in Japan.
As I found to my delight, a little brown sugar is nice to have.
This sugar should come with a warning.
It either punches your palate or knocks the bottom out of your cup.
Weebly white uses a cane.
A little brown sugar, with an old white sugar-daddy.
ie. Matandang, mayaman, madaling, and mamatay. (tagalog)
Lit trans = Old, rich, and quickly die. sic = Old,rich, and soon to die.
The Filipinos have a wicked sense of humour.
@Christian 0408. I wouldn’t know. I never put any in my cup – ever – when I played Rugby.
Brawn sugar probably goes with the Muscle Milk I saw in Costco today. I assume they get it from pectoral muscles.
Marum | 4:23 am: How did you get your bottom into the cup?
Enquiring minds want to know.
Cool sugar, brawn.
Sweet and meaty
Comes in jelly
♫ Ebony and irony go together in perfect harmony… ♫
Tastes like head cheese.
algernon | 4:38 am: Really?? Well, I’m f***ing dis custard!!
Brawn Sugar, how come you dance so good?
White Sugar, take a lesson from Brawn Sugar.
Guess I better go run off to the market to get some Brownie paper towels.
‘Coz I really could use a quicker picker-upper. (Zzzzzzzzzzzz…..)
Idid it by lying on the floor, annd raising my legs over my head, until my knees touched the floor behind me.
I then grasped my a—hole with both hands, and pulled it over my head, and turned myself inside out.
After that, the rest was easy.
FYI. A cup used to be a nut protector. Not as hard or uncompromising as a box. But providing protection against light contact. Much more comfortable or a running sport like rugby.
@Marum | 5:37 am: “I then grasped my a—hole with both hands” – so THAT’s where that famous internet photo came from! 😛
Mmmmm … Brawn & white!
The word ‘brawn’ should be printed in bald type
Approved by Ross Brawn (for those who are into Formula One racing)
If that product won’t give you a pick-me-up, nothing will!
So is the white sugar really “brains sugar”? (Although brawn, meaning head cheese, would have heart muscle in it.)