Friday, June 15, 2007

Something for everyone

So it's a beautiful Friday...although some of y'all have already headed out to the Jersey Shore or the Hamptons for the weekend. But for us poor folk who don't hobnob with the masses, it's time to find the little things that can make us happy this weekend. Like watching nannies show off their thongs in the park.



(picture courtesy of I Saw Your Nanny and Metadish.com)

I mean...jesus christ. How do you NOT know your pants are under your ass? Don't feel the cold breeze coming in?

Although I don't know who's more at fault...the nanny for showing off her thong to the world or the perverted (i.e. smart) person who snapped her picture. Let the debate begin!

On the less "sexy" side of the news, for those who are avid SPAM eaters (and who Isn't!) you'll be happy to know that SPAM is causing a fast food war in Hawaii. (click on pic for article)



According to the article: "Burger King is offering the Spam Platter — two slices of Spam nestled between white rice and scrambled eggs. The fast-food giant also offers the Croissanwich or Biscuit Sandwich with Spam."

Good stuff. Although I tend to think I'd go for more of the "SpamMcMuffin" rather than the Spam and Rice platter. But that's just me!

The article also mentions these fun facts:

"Hawaii residents consume more than 5 million pounds of Spam a year, an average of about six cans for every man, woman and child."

"Spam 'musubi' — a slice of Spam atop a block of rice and wrapped in seaweed — is an island favorite sold at nearly every convenience store, including 7-Eleven. Spam fried rice is a local classic."

"There are also more varieties of Spam sold in Hawaii than anywhere else. There's Spam Garlic, Spam Bacon, Spam with Cheese, Spam with Tabasco, Spam Turkey and Spam Lite, which featured less sodium and less fat."


SPAM Musubi

Spam Lite. Nice. So that only has 800mg of Sodium and 35g of Fat per serving. Good to know.

Next time I go to Nobu I'm gonna insist they serve me some SPAM Musubi. If not I'm taking my Sake and leaving!

Btw...I still have that packet of SPAM on my desk. I can't eat it until we win the SPAM business. Good thing the packet doesn't expire until April 2009! Then again I thought SPAM never went bad. Hmm...

In other, other news...apparently there's a new code for business attire in the middle east. Suits and dress clothing have been replaced with fatigues, masks and guns.


New office attire announced in Gaza

About damn time. That would be perfect in my office since we have plenty of guns and camo lying around. Don't know how well the whole mask/covered face thing would go over...but I guess we'll find out!

1 comment:

neil from the uk said...

Leave it to you to turn a military coup into humor...good work!