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Tofu Futures
Tuesday 30 January 2007, 13:10 pm
Filed under: Our Happie Home, Show Biz

Sheila comments on BwanaDay: All the News that’s Fit to Print:

Thank goodness Toaster and Hoodie Bear didn’t try that with ‘Flaming Tater Tots’, they could have fallen through the ice.

Any ways…Happy Bwana Day!!! And may he have many more.

Golly! Good point. It wouldn’t have been a Happy BwanaDay if the Big Cheese had to jump in and rescue Toaster, Hoodie, and a bunch of soggy Tater Tots.

Everyone was really impressed with the performance of the Tofu Guys. If we could get them to do something really interesting — like juggle Flaming Tater Tots while riding unicycles — it could mean a gig in Vegas. They could open for Celine Dion.

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Super Nosh
Monday 29 January 2007, 22:41 pm
Filed under: Our Happie Home, Things to Eat, Who Maketh My Spirit to Shine

Blue Velvet contributes to BwanaDay: T minus 2:

“Does wasabi go with baked beans?”

Maybe with this “heritage recipe”: Baked Bean Sandwich

Happy Birthday, Bwana! Party hearty!

Have a good weekend, all.

Baked beanwich? Neat-o!

Maybe we’ll have some of those for our Super Bowl nosh this Sunday.

And maybe some of this, too: Beer Garden Smoked Salmon Strips.

(I think SeaBear is related to Hoodie Bear.)



A Toaster, a Hoodie Bear, a Plan: Script Bwana
Sunday 28 January 2007, 13:37 pm
Filed under: Our Happie Home, Script Tofu

tofu-racks.jpg It was an exhausting week, but Toaster and Hoodie Bear got the job done. Toaster has been known to lose focus and let his mind wander, but Hoodie Bear is very intense. Don’t let the cute brown fuzziness fool you — he is driven.

 
They spent all week making tofu. So as to not tip off Bwana on what was going on, they put all the tofu on racks in one of the spare closets. Early yesterday morning they called reveille and got all the Tofu Guys to march out to Central Park:
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They walked over to Wollman Rink and slid out onto the ice to honor Bwana on his day:
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(Who knew tofu could skate so well? They must have strong ankles.)

Bwana was very moved by the gesture, and Bwanette was so happy that she cried.

Everyone is now resting. Hoodie Bear would like to march the Tofu Guys to Miami for the Super Bowl where they could do Script Belichick. But they got real tired just walking over to Central Park, plus they’d probably dry out if they had to walk all the way to Florida. And Florida presents certain dangers: do alligators like tofu? I think everyone is just going to hang here and come up with something for Chinese New Year next month.



BwanaDay: All the News that’s Fit to Print
Saturday 27 January 2007, 15:57 pm
Filed under: Our Happie Home

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BwanaDay: T minus 2
Thursday 25 January 2007, 17:35 pm
Filed under: Things To Do with Your Toaster

Sheila on The Agony of Defeat:

Poor Toaster and Hoodie Bear.

They could always root for the Chicago Bears in the Super Bowl.

The Chicago Bears? No way! Hoodie Bear is a Belichick man bear.

They’ve drowned their sorrows over the Patriots’ loss by keeping busy. This came a couple of days ago and they’ve been occupied with it ever since. Candelabra thinks it has something to do with Bwana’s birthday. Either that or the Patriots’ concession stands are Turning Japanese next season.

Does wasabi go with baked beans?



The Agony of Defeat
Monday 22 January 2007, 18:23 pm
Filed under: Wait 'Til Next Year!

Toaster and Hoodie Bear were very upset with the Patriots’ loss last night. They were certain that Tom Brady would drive down the field for the winning touchdown. Instead of launching the Flaming Tater Tots of Victory off the balcony they pelted passersby with the Frozen Tater Tots of Defeat. What a couple of sore losers!

A tough loss. But it was better than sliding off the ski jump.

Sideways:




Toaster in the Hoodie
Sunday 21 January 2007, 13:34 pm
Filed under: Our Happie Home, Things That Toaster Likes

Blue Velvet suggests:

If Toaster is looking for a new pal: BaconRobots

Yikes!

Toaster can’t deal with pork products! He declared the household a Pork-Free Zone after he saw and fell in love with the Piggie Movie.

But Toaster does like his new pal, Belichick Hoodie Bear.

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He’s teaching Toaster all about football, especially defensive schemes and how to break down film. Once football season is over Toaster is going to teach Hoodie Bear all about baseball. They plan to hunker down in front of the tv later to watch the Patriots-Colts game.

We hope the Patriots win.