Monday, September 04, 2006

Pan, the God of Cooking

Pan cakes this morning. Of Greek origin, pan cakes are named for Pan, the god of cooking. When I eat pan cakes I think back hundreds of years to ancient Greece -- the magical land of Ptolemy, Zeno, and those ill-fated lovers Hector and Xerxes. Unconventional by today's standards, maybe, but the ancient Greeks gave us some of our most pungent stories of human passion.

UPDATE!
I meant poignant.

11 Comments:

Blogger HA HA HA said...

mabe u can exaplin this. ive got some friozan turbot in tehy frezar (so far so good) an it says on it 'harvasted in greanland. product of usa'.

now dont get me worng but...

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Cerulean Whipsnade said...

Fuck off, you cunt. Your filthy turbot can bite my ass.

4:28 PM  
Anonymous Morvulio "Finiki" Snorlarrsslorslarssen said...

Turbot? Turbot? You cretins won't be laughing about turbot for long.

4:30 PM  
Anonymous Aquabeagle R. L. Flapsuction said...

I quite like turbot.

4:31 PM  
Anonymous Nigel St. James-Infirmary said...

Cunt.

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Jean-Jaques Coterie said...

Je crache sur votre accélération angulaire, toi les rost-beefs grossiers avec vos eyeshades et credenzas monstrueux.

4:36 PM  
Blogger Project WANNABE said...

I can't explain any of it, but thanks for posting lots of great comments!!!

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Ace "Boom-Ba" Frehley said...

Pungent/poignant is excellent. And Hector and Xerxes. Five thumbs up on the rewrite.

9:25 PM  
Anonymous Galt Horsefeather said...

Much of philosophy is nothing but a Chinese finger trap for morons.

5:33 AM  
Anonymous Galt Horsefeather said...

Make that "most".

5:34 AM  
Blogger Project WANNABE said...

Thanks guy's'

6:01 AM  

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