Photo courtesy of David Dixon.
Found in Yangzhou, China
At last a drunken tart
A tart with eyes
Best before: a few months ago
“September Forest” is an appropriate brand name. That’s usually when the moulds and fungi are the most active.
When I looked at the custard, I wondered what all that fur meant.
If the custard tart can see you, it’s more than a little bit beyond fermenting!
“It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it”.
Get it distilling at the moment it sees me and then I’m in.
Fermenting? I’m dis-custard!
Old joke (based on old song):
What did the wine bottle say to the grape?
“You ferment for me….”.
DnT & Marum,
Replied to you mates on the “Mango reference from a couple of days ago.
(The “Happy Extraordinarily” post.)
Well, at yeast they make something other than fried rice in Yangzhou.
But I’ve had enough, I’m leavening this town for greener pastures!
@Pete | 8:05 am: That song – ROFL! Has to be the funniest thing I’ve heard all week!
Weird Al probably wouldn’t release anything like that, but I bet he has a copy.
Relax. It is mere;y “Home Brew”.
By the way, Chang old chap.
By the smell, I really don’t think it’s custard.
I’m surprised you’d never heard it before.
Pleased to have provided amusement!