Saturday, September 9

I kid you not, the weather forecast for San Antonio today is "Isolated Sprinkles"... Choc chips or 100s and 1000s?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just so long as it is not cheesey pops...... that ad. must have originated in the great USA surely....

Child of Convict Forebears said...

I was always under the impression that in Texas, "Isolated Sprinkles" had something to do with Ozzy Osbourne and the Alamo...

mothersupex said...

Love the humour but wanted to read more. Today is our day online and we both "champ at the bit" to read what you are up too. Poor thing, with the smoke detector, but you put a smile on our faces reading all about it. Guess there was lots going on, being 9/11. Tell us more and more and more. Please.

Jac said...

Now now Mr S, we soon learn where that you don't even joke about the big A. You can't touch this... Besides, he was banned from San Antonio for 10 years for that incident (although I'm not sure if it was the tinkle or the fact he was wearing his wife's dress that upset the Texans) but the ban was graciously lifted when he donated $10k to the Alamo caretakers!

Not sure I'd pay that to be allowed back here...

Jac said...

Is the Cheesy Pops commercial one of those things I'm missing out on from home? I don't know it and I can only find sarcastic references to it online...

And now I have Cartman singing Cheesy Poofs in my head!!!

Child of Convict Fourbears said...

Yes Jac, I know the actions of the (other) Big O nuked the good citizens beyond belief, (you might say it was all a big Crock (ett) however, his legendary iconoclastic behaviour is the one single reason I want to visit the Alamo (aside from I want a rubber Bowie knife as a souvenir). Actually, I've often mused on what kind of similar sacrilege I could replicate at a local heritage icon - say Port Arthur perhaps.
But no, definitely no, I would not wear a dress. Especially not my wife's...