Saturday, November 3, 2007

Guess It's Better Than Polka Dotted Penis

Would you eat this?


Yeah, me neither.

I spotted this fine product in a store called World Market which sales imported goods from all over the globe. They have everything from wine to bedding. But this one raised my brows and made me realize a few things.

1) No wonder the spotted owl is endangered. This harvesting program has to be brutal on their mating habits.

2) How many owl hootus's does it take to fill a can this size?

3)What is Heinz not selling enough ketchup these days?

Okay all fun aside the can says this is a sponge pudding with raisins and plums or something along that sort. Who knows, it might be good, but couldn't they have at least called it Spotted Richard?

So have any of you tried any spotted dick?

14 comments:

Rocketstar said...

Spotted Dick, it sounds like an STD

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The Duck said...

I've never tried it, but I've got to think that it can't be that good, if only because it's canned. I'm guessing that if you whipped up a batch on your own it would probably be pretty tasty. It's a British name though, so there you go. Those wacky brits.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Okay Travis, so you sent me racing to the grocery store--oh wait, no, you sent me racing to yahoo search engine.

I found this definition: Heinz Spotted Dick Pudding 10 oz (285g) Tin, imported from England. This is a traditional British sponge pudding made with golden syrup, suet and raisins. Best served hot with custard.

Suet?? With Syrup?? With Raisins??
Serve with Custard??

I wouldn't eat it no matter what they call it. Terrie

preTzel said...

Terrie - Isn't suet something birds eat? Yuck!

Travis - Spotted Dick is something that happens when you have sex with a clown. It's a very disconcerting disease but very useful if one is concerned their spouse is cheating on them with a circus person.

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Hi Pretzel,

Suet is raw beef or mutton fat. And, right you are! Lots of birds love it, so it is used as a base in many bird feeders.

Terrie (who is staying away from the circus, just to be sure.)

The Duck said...

So what's the difference between lard and suet?

Design Goddess said...
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Design Goddess said...

I wonder if it would be good serve after a Spamburger?

angel, jr. said...

Hmmmm. Why did they call it that?

cher said...

lmao.... ahhh travis! i , of course, loved this post!

thanks for sharing and most of all, thanks for the photo and the laugh!!!

tiggysmum70 said...

Well, I can't really say that I would try it. Sounds really fishy.

Great post!!! I'm DG's big sis!!! Just dropped by to say hello!

TTFN

I Think I've Gone Mad said...

This doesn't sound terribly appetizing. Something else I noticed... Is this crap really 4.99 a can??? I'm not going to eat it if it's free let alone alone 5 bucks a can... Classic photo post... Gave me quite a chuckle...

Phats said...

Did you buy it? haha

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