Now, all they need to do is replace all the tortillas with pancakes and all the happy customers with heart attack victims.
FINALLY…Something for the Wake ‘n Bake crowd.
Yes, because the wake and bake crowd is typically up by 11am…
Can they like, drop one in my mouth from a drone? I’m a little too wiped to, uh, find my pants or feel my legs right now.
Ew. I’m sorry but salty + sweet always makes me gag. Be it chocolate with sea salt or crap like this. YUCK! Sweet should be sweet and salty should be salty and never the twain shall meet!
So you and your dream lover are on the beach with ice-creams, the sun firmly caressing you both, your toes giggling together between the sand in the cool water and your eyes twinkling as you draw nearer. Are you saying that after licking your deliciously refreshing and sweet ice-cream you would not lean in and lick the delightful little trickle of sun kissed sweat that has formed on their neck?
I think you twould and you are so twrong about the two meeting.
I hate sex. It’s boring, painful, and an utter waste of time. So I have no dream lover.
Salty and sweet together is still gross.
I’m sorry to hear that. ice-cream on the beach is pretty much my dream lover.
Or licking a bit of melted ice cream that’s dripped onto his chest. Yum.
Well, lots of people (including me) love salty/sweet because of the extra complexity with contrasting flavors that also complement each other. For example, it’s amazing how much more the flavor of cantaloupe comes out when you sprinkle a little salt on it.
Or confectioner’s sugar on a human head.
Salty and sweet have been together since medieval times, if not earlier, and I have the recipe books to prove it. I love certain combos of salty and sweet but totally understand people who don’t love it.
The chocolate covered pretzels, and Peanut Butter and Bacon cookies are MINE…ALL MINE!
I’ll have that, a small Glibu-fries, and a Metformin Milkshake.
For dessert: A Ginsulin cocktail!
Yeah…keep pouring that syrup…all nice n’ slow-like…that’s right…you pour that syrup…
“Sir, if you don’t put your pants back on, I’m afraid you’ll have to leave the restaurant.”
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