Wednesday, November 4, 2015

A Hair Raising Experience

It's Wacky Wednesday time folks, and today I found a few thangs I thought might tickle your funny bone. In case you were wonderin' why Asians crush us slack ass Americans academically, it's 'cause we are too damn easy on our kids. This hair raising experience will put 'em at the head of the class:
I know some folks think the pumpkin spice craze is outta control, but I think 3 full rows of Quinoa at my local grocery store is ludicrous. Seriously, that much space for an item most people can't even pronounce is just over kill:
And hope y'all didn't forget to visit your dear old Granny this year or else you gettin' take out for Thanksgiving:


39 comments:

  1. Tying up their hair is just insane.
    I've had Quinoa before and it's overrated. Couscous is better.

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  2. That is nuts with the hair. Quinoa is rather bland I find. lol Granny sure isn't cooking.

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    1. My son is going to have to grow is hair out before I can try it on him. So unfair if you have boys!

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  3. BAHAHAHAHA! I had a good laugh with the grandma image. You tell 'em, granny :)

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  4. I wanna have Thanksgiving with that Granny.
    And quinoa has no flavor either. It's like Passover Matzoh. No matter how many different kinds you make (garlic flavored, onion flavored, with egg...), it still ain't got nothing.
    Cheers, JKIR. Hope you're well.

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  5. Oh my!! I might have to try that someday at work with tying my hair. So crazy!

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  6. I don't have much hair, but I could grow my beard out and try that. I agree with Alex and you. Couscous is tastier and sounds sexier.

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  7. that is one nasty granny! Poor is the cat that lives with her :)

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  8. I've never heard of that China one

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  9. I don't even know what quinoa is. I don't think I've ever heard of it.

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  10. That can't be true about the hair thing. That's CRAZY!

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  11. My 91 year old grandma has been telling people that if they don't visit her when she's alive, they damn well better not show up at her funeral.
    As I typed this, the news is on behind me. They just told a story about an 86-year-old woman who decided that her family didn't deserve her money, so she shredded 1 million dollars and left it in a pile on her bed. Ha! I love grannies. :)

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  13. This is likely the hardest period of facial hair development, and also the most wild.beard oil

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