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Joe
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Saucy Tales by Joe

April 29th, 2010 9:25 AM

INSTRUCTIONS: Every ancient condiment in the back of your fridge is a tale of neglect and abandonment. Tell us yours.

When my little boy was born, it was glorious, shocking, spiritual—I'm sure you know how new parents go on. I was that, and then some. My son is amazing, and everyone loves him.

Well, that was forever and a day ago, but it's something I know I'll never forget. I also seem to be unable to forget something which occurred a few days afterward. This memory is probably firmly stuck without any external reinforcement. But still, every time I happen upon this item hanging out in the fridge, there's a funniness in my mouth:

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You know how asparagus spears go in a Bloody Mary? Well, we've only used asparagus spears once, and I would say I may not again, at least not with a drink.

Tomato juice + lemon juice + carrots + horseradish + cayenne + ice cubes + placenta. Into the blender. Then, add some black pepper & sea salt, and then olives and celery and asparagus sticks.

Really, it was rather tasty. But I think if I ever had the real drink again, with alcohol in it, I would probably throw up. We mostly drink red wine now.

-Joe

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3 comment(s)

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posted by Burn Unit on April 30th, 2010 7:33 AM

Astonishing tale.

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posted by Camel O'Rama on November 1st, 2010 10:19 AM

yuck

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posted by Idøntity player on February 9th, 2011 12:21 PM

Whaaaat?