What the heck’s the matter with these kids???
rc writes in Hoodie Mojo:
bwana needs a pinstriped hoodie. the yankees need as much mojo as they can get
Toaster likes the Mets’ ninja hoodies:
The Yankees need more than mojo. They need pitching.
Filed under: Our Happie Home, The Department of Laurels, Things to Eat, Who Maketh My Spirit to Shine
Blue Velvet comes to the rescue:
Toaster and Hoodie grabbed a box of crayons and will get right down to business and fill out the application.
They think Chemistry will be the right category:
The right to submit proposals for the award of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, based on the principle of competence and universality, shall by statute be enjoyed by:
1. Swedish and foreign members of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; …
We don’t know anyone in the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, but Toaster knows some French toast who, in turn, know a bunch of Swedish meatballs. This should help with the application process ….
Blue Velvet helps us build our vocabulary:
The “linguolabial trill” has a Bwana-esque sound to it, doesn’t it?
It sounds kind of erotic, if you ask me.
We think Bwana will like it!
Filed under: Our Happie Home, Things That Toaster Likes, Things to Eat, Who Maketh My Spirit to Shine
Anonymous writes in Baseball Teams Good Enough to Eat:
Better watch out that the Red Sox don’t put ballpark sushi on their menu and sneak Ichiro away from the Yankees!
The way the Yankees and Red Sox are going after Japanese players, pretty soon they’ll be able to do Japanese Roll Call:
Gata go now ….
Toaster’s hunkering down with a big plate of sushi in preparation for tonight’s Yanks-Sawx game. Matsuzaka pitched yesterday and Wakefield is scheduled for tonight. Trying to hit a knuckleball is like trying to pick up uncooked rice with chopsticks.
Filed under: Things That Toaster Likes, Things to Eat, Who Maketh My Spirit to Shine
Toaster and Hoodie are having fun setting up their Pro Bowl festivities.
Even the Tofu Guys are getting into the spirit:
They look pretty cute in their hula skirts.
Toaster told Bwana he should order a Romantic Luau for Two for Valentine’s Day, but Bwana said anything where poi is involved is not romantic.
That’s not what Elvis says.
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.)