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20111208

Dec 8 2011

"There's so much bread! Gluten everywhere! Oh, the challah, the challah."

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If you've never seen Apocalypse Now, that one's probably lost on you. And for those not in the Jewish know, challah is a scrumptious super-eggy braided bread.
"Two window licks and a rubber brick, please. Yeah, spring cleaning's a chore."
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About this one, there's nothing I can say. Neither Adam nor I have any explanation that will give it more sense.

16 comments:

  1. It doesn't have to make sense. It's still funny. I wonder what you can use a rubber brick for?

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  2. window licks...Sounds like what some call the mentally handicapped. "Window Lickers"

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  3. Oh, the challah, the challah!!! Such mishegoss, oy vey!!! I love it!!!!!

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  4. Perhaps STM meant a synthetic sponge?
    http://ihasahotdog.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/funny-dog-pictures-fred-learnd-important-lesson.jpg

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    1. yea, I pictured STM at the service counter of a hardware store asking for supplies. I'm not British, so I assumed these were some kinda British slang for window squeegees (or maybe washrags) and a large cleaning sponge. Perhaps STM has made up his own slang?

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  5. lol challah makes the yummiest french toast

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  6. My first thought on reading the first one was of Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" and the famous line "The horror! The horror!"

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  7. KAREN! I MUST HAVE THE FIRST ONE ON A T-SHIRT! PLEASE!!!!!!!!

    Ooo! Any chance you can do some of your stuff in dog clothing? I have a crazy dog who LIKES to wear clothing. (But she only likes dresses and only if they've got pink in them.) She refuses to leave the house if naked. I'd love to get the Disco one and this one on an outfit for my Minnie The Moocher as well.

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  8. Oh yeah, if you're curious, here's my insane diva dog.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/40566216@N04/sets/72157622351352723/

    Come on, you and Adam are animal lovers, surely a line of STM quotes on dog clothing isn't too out of the question. *grins*

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  9. Another request for a "challa" T-shirt...

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  10. 1: HILARIOUS!
    2: The nerd in me must say---Apocalypse Now is a retelling of Conrad's Heart of Darkness, so the "the horror...the horror..." reference is Conrad via Kubrick in this case.

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  11. I'm currently in pastry school, and I just recently finished my breads unit where we made 6 strand braided challah, so the first quote is AMAZING! I forwarded it to my Chef so she'd get a laugh out of it too :)
    (plus she's Jewish so it's even better!)

    Ali from Chicago

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  12. Lol now that I listened to the bread one I realize it's even funnier than I thought just reading it... I didn't know challah was pronounced more like horror rather than pronouncing it like the Australian bird galah

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  13. I have a good read, thanks for the information and insights you have so provided here. I will certainly bookmark your blog for future reads. Thanks!

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  14. As someone with celiac disease, the first one is especially hilarious. Thank you, STM, for some celiac humor! : )

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  15. Wow, for some reason, in the bread one, STM sounded like a deeper-voiced version of Simon Lane from the Yogscast.

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