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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
If you're christian, it's the chicken.
I'm a Christian and I say it's the egg.
OK, these are practical inventions we use, but it seems to me that none of these directly were invented with knowledge from the moon. They were invented originally as tools to go to the moon, but it's not like we invented something because of the actual stuff on the moon. We didn't really use the moon to invent them...only to give us motivation to invent them.
I like that. We should put that on a sign and sell them. A fun little sign, with some nice alliteration.
LOL imagine a bunch of people standing outside of places chanting
"If you're christain, it's the chicken!"
That's what I was thinking. We all just go to this big rally with signs and we chant that. Don't know why we'd have a rally for that...but it's still a nice thought.
Ha, I know.
Random Guy: Hey, do you think I should go to Burger King or Chick Fil A?
Chanting peeps: If you're christain! It's the chicken!
Random Guy: K, thank you!
Ok, that made me giggle
Who was the nutjob who first looked at a cow and said "I'm going to have a glass of this creature's breast milk in my cereal!"?
Seriously, who was that guy?
Maybe he's related to the person who saw an egg and said "I'm gonna cook and eat the goop that comes out."
(gee what an eggciting 5000th post )
The vast majority of food you see in packaging, ads, and menus aren't real food.
Advertising/marketing is all about ideal and real food represents reality.
Try to take a professional photo of real food. Real food has grease, crumbs, is not in perfect shapes or proportions and certain types of food don't hold up well for very long under hot lights. The whole "food" photography industry is in its owm way, a whole art form into itself.
Another arguement in favor off the egg preceeding the chicken: the chicken would have been too chicken to go first. (The chicken egged the egg on.)
Why is it called PBJ time, if it's a dancing banana?
Because ANY time is PBJ time!!!
Right, that's the reality of research. It has to have something to focus on.
Good Lord, I saw that on Rachael Ray's talk show once... she was interviewing a food photographer... gee whiz... I mean, they showed her sitting there, at a work table, dumping out boxes and boxes of corn flakes or whatever, and using a pair of tweezers to go through EVERY SINGLE INDIDIVUAL CORN FLAKE to find the ones pretty enough to be photographed... then constructing the bowl of cereal to be photographed, using some kind of glue that dries white to represent milk... what a drag...
Why do little old ladies at rock concerts wave cigarette lighters around?
In my basement...in the freezer...WITH A BOX OF SCRAPS!
* Stares * ... OMGONZO...
It's very rude to stare, miss kermie.
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