Oh yeah, baby.
Damn, but I’ve missed those.
YOu know, if you just buy a few dozen extra you can probably store them in the attic for later retrieval. I doubt you’ll be able to tell a difference in them 6 months from now.
Your contempt for what is the single most glorious example of mass-produced, processed food-analogue in Western society is duly noted, and ignored. 🙂
Wow. MickeyD’s was able to get them past the food police and out to the general population!
Moe, you are incorrect there. The single most glorious example of mass-produced, processed food-analogue in Western society is clearly Bacon Spam, which is actually quite tasty. You can make sandwiches with it, fried rice, batter it and deep fry it – the possibilities are endless…
The cafeteria at work had them two weeks ago. They called them something like “riblet sandwich”, but there was no mistaking what it was.
[…] are. Ace shows you how it’s done.The delicious culinary wonder known at the McRib is back and Moe Lane has one. Err…had one.Don’t let him fool you. Dan Collins does a very good tab-clearing post. […]
The sight of that made me moan and drool like Homer Simpson. “Uuuuhhhhhh.”
And it’s only 9:30 in the morning. Darn you to Heck.
/heading out in search of a McDonalds…
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