Saturday, 17 December 2011

Leave Butter Alone!


Thanks Peter Timperman

7 comments:

  1. That was quite sad, Tommy. You are correct, we Americans do produce a lot of butter. And as you pointed out some of us do have weight problems. But I don’t quite understand your example of you coming to my house and eating all my butter. I certainly did not do that to you. I cannot believe that any American came to your house and ate all your butter. If there is no butter in Norway, may I suggest one of my favorite butter products: Kerrygold from Ireland. It has a rich, intensely creamy flavor that doesn’t compete with the bread. It tastes the way butter ought to. I only buy it on special occasions because it is a bit expensive. Although Norway is not a member of the European Union, I would think Ireland would be happy to fix Norway up with all the butter it needs. If I am overlooking something here let me know and I will send you what butter you need to make your Christmas cake.

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  2. B, that was very sweet of you but it would be more practical if I sent him over the Kerrygold, being from Ireland and all. I also, have never broken into anyones house to eat their butter. I've thought about it but chances are not many shoppers buy the Pure Dairy-Free Sunflower Spread that I like.

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  3. they should change the slogan of butter for "I can't believe there's no butter"

    I know mexican drag queens that speak better English than this guy..

    oops.. did I just say "know"?

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  4. A, excellent, you'd make a great marketing manager :-)...and yes you said that out loud.

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  5. Perhaps he should stop using all his butter as lubricant for anal sex. The he wouldnt run out.

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  6. I hate it when people use euphemisms

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  7. anon, oh er, is that really where the butter shortage came from?

    Jim, I had no idea there was a euphemism...*thinks*

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