Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Things that don't exist.

Dehydrated water, soundless music, and this abomination.
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14 comments:

B said...

I have a whole number 10 can of dehydrated water granules...

skidmark said...

http://www.bernardfoods.com/foodservice/beverages/dehydatedwater.htm since 1964

http://www.mredepot.com/servlet/the-1099/water-dehydrated/Detail gluten free/no MSG

http://beprepared.com/dehydrated-water.html for the modern prepper

Did that abomination to the memory of Bobby Burns say it was a "Product of Scotland"?

stay safe.

Murphy's Law said...

Things that don't exist? Rodents Of Unusual Size (ROUS), of course.

LCB said...

EEEwwwww...Bad Haggis.

Great group...but nothing I'd want to eat.

Stretch said...

Excuse me while I put an edge on my claymore.

bob r said...

Something else: fat free half & half

Nathan said...

Also this: http://m.rollingstone.com/music/news/dont-enjoy-the-silence-spotify-pulls-silent-publicity-stunt-album-20140425

mikee said...

Complaints about DEHYDRATED haggis will be taken at the complaints desk, immediately after all complaints about regular old haggis are sorted out.

Your number is 2,796,593,214. We are now serving number 63.

tailwind said...

Vegetarian haggis comprises vegetarians, naturally.

Critter said...

"Vegetarian Haggis" sounds like the name of an LGBT alt goth highland bagpipe and death metal band from Liverpool.

Geodkyt said...

OK, I've seen canned haggis. Hell, I've eaten canned haggis*.

But canned, vegetarian haggis?!?

The End Times are truly upon us. . .



* I actually carried a can of it as a WWII reenactor (in Canadian uniform) at an event where I got tagged for command. When my driver/RTO (20-something Brooklyn kid in a US uniform) mentioned he'd forgotten his chow, I offered to share. The look on his face as I pulled out canned haggis, and started to eat it cold was priceless. Well worth the taste it left in my mouth the rest of the day. . .

NotClauswitz said...

Kinda like "gluten-free" Beer...

Getty N. said...

I actually tried to eat canned haggis a few years ago. Not as good as canned lutefisk which is nearly as good as "potted meat product". I told the sumbitch what conned me into putting that $#!+ in my mouf that if he even thought of sniggering I'd shove my machete through his guts. That crap'd make a starving coyote barf.

Steve C said...

For silent music, I have an LP with "The Ballad of Richard Nixon" by John Denver