My favorite Heinz bottle was just after the Green Ketchup phase went bust. The bottle read: “NOT GREEN”.
It’s much better than my idea of stomping Hunt’s “ketchup” packets into the carpet.
I want to see all the crazy crap that’s in your Google search history. And yet I don’t.
Go to Google.com.
Type in “I peed in a horse once”. I used to type this phrase into the comment section of any website I’d visit that allowed anyone to make comments.
You will notice that Google auto-finishes the sentence after a few characters…I’ve been busy.
This is a partial metaphysical trail of breadcrumbs of places my ADD has taken me over the years. One of my favorites is this web page I didn’t actually visit, where a couple of English Idiom scholars puzzle over a strange phrase. One of them asks:
“What does this idiom mean: ‘I peed in a horse once’? i just read this expression in a comment section while reading an article about a korean man who married to a pillow.this article is in metro uk on march 9, if i’m right. anyhow, i checked this sentence on google. i found many of them but couldn’t find what it meant…”
A professor in the UK eventually responds:
“The literal translation, which I’m sure you already grasped, is “On one occasion I urinated in a horse”. Baffling! Mystery! (And possibly illegal!)
As far as your question “When to use it?” is concerned, I have one piece of advice. DON’T. Pretend you never read it…”
Actually my daughter would probably be over the moon with this gift. She’s also 2, so make of that what you will.
Worst gift ever? Speak for yourself, Mr. Drywall…
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