I can’t let another week get started without a caption contest… This week’s photo features President Barack Obama looking under his desk in the Oval Office while a lady looks on amusedly. I don’t know if she is an admin or a temp or an assistant or friend or Congressperson — you get to decide who she is, if you wish to define her. That’s how the whole caption contest works — it’s up to you to explain what is going on here. So think of something funny — and it can be politically-based — but keep it clean.
(To see our other caption contests, click on the “Say What?” category in the sidebar.)
One of the regular readers here recently mentioned that we haven’t put out an issue of viewer mail in a while. They are correct. And there is no good excuse for it, because it’s a fun series, and there’s plenty of material to work with. Perhaps the writers are slackers. So to light a fire under them, I told them they had to put out a new episode of viewer mail or they’d go to bed without supper. That is sufficient motivation, so now we have the next issue of viewer mail.
As usual, this is based on actual search terms used to find this blog, and I’ll focus on the ones we haven’t already written extensively about.
* large sausage & bacon sandwich — My dream of the future is that someday we’ll be able to download stuff like this. Just type it in at a certain site (or select it from pictures), and it’s downloaded through the Internet. Although I wonder if the tubes of the Internet are subject to artery clogging… Why would I worry about that, though? I’m American! Here’s the kind of breakfast sandwich I would download — bacon, sausage, copious amounts of cheese, held together by grilled cheese with bacon. (There could hardly be a better breakfast sandwich, unless you add some milk gravy.)
* buffet calories — This is an invalid request. The whole nature of a food buffet is unlimited, so if you’re wanting to count calories, you should avoid a buffet. The great part of a buffet is that you get to eat what you want, in whatever combination you want, and however much you want. That’s why it’s called “all you can eat”. If you don’t eat all you can eat, you’re getting ripped off, because that’s what you paid for.
* homer simpson freak out — Your search returned 7,352,809 results. 🙂
* barack obama thinking — Your search returned 0 results. (That was too easy…)
* super awesome bacon sandwhich — See above. Actually, there are a number of bacon sandwiches (and other awesome bacon foodstuffs) documented here. You can click on the “Food Critic” category, and many will either start with bacon or have it added. (It’s inevitable that someone will always say “needs more bacon”.) One of the Food Critic entries is a massively stacked bacon sandwich, with many layers of bacon. You can also search for our Buffet o’ Bacon series, where we conduct our own bacon recipe research, involving the Buffet o’ Blog important chefs (of which there are several). There you’ll find some bacon dishes you’ve probably never thought of before, and it may make you hungry. 🙂
* women have bad moods — Your search returned 380,599,248,107 results. (I hope I don’t get in trouble for that!)
I’d better wrap this up before things get too crazy. Actually, I suddenly have a powerful craving for bacon… Time to exit stage right to search for bacon!
I’m sure President Barack Obama thinks he’s completely competent to handle all situations as President of the United States, but his mishandling of the oil spill in the Gulf might prove beneficial to him. Perhaps the oil spill was Obama’s crude awakening. 🙂
I saw a humorous rant on Facebook about the Obama administration, and it was written in Dr. Seuss form. I don’t know who originally wrote it, or I would give them credit. Even if it ends up being penned by that great philosopher anonymous, you can still enjoy it.
“I do not like it Uncle Sam, I do not like it Sam I Am. I do not like these dirty crooks, I do not like how they cook books. I do not like when Congress steals, I do not like their secret deals. I do not like this Speaker Nan, I do not like this ‘YES WE CAN’. …I do not like this kind of hope, I do not like it Nope! Nope! Nope!”