Undertoad Thursday Mar 24 02:24 PM
3/24/2005: Record Easter egg
lookout123 Thursday Mar 24 03:25 PM
i'd like to see the bunny that laid that egg.
glatt Thursday Mar 24 03:50 PM
I was just thinking about this. And the absurdity of it. The waste. Then I realized how neat it was that rectangular bars were used to form the nice round shape. Then I realized that for some reason, that I can't explain, I would be more impressed if it was made of Legos. I mean, look at how tall it is! Imagine if that was all Legos. Instead, it's just chocolate that will be thrown away. What a waste.
Griff Thursday Mar 24 04:06 PM
Not to worry, the rodents are eliminating waste every night...
Promenea Thursday Mar 24 06:01 PM
wonder it if will start melting in the sun?
Trilby Thursday Mar 24 06:33 PM
he doesn't think it will be "...very TASTEFUL"-??? Lost in translation...amigo.
Elspode Thursday Mar 24 09:42 PM
I suppose this is cheapass *hollow* world record giant Easter egg? I tell you, they just don't make stuff like they did when I was a kid....grumble, grumble, bitch, moan...
russotto Friday Mar 25 11:41 AM
I'd like to test that theory on whether or not it is "tasteful". It does look like it's covered and I'd scrape the top layer off first. Yum, belgian chocolate.
jaguar Friday Mar 25 12:24 PM
blase Friday Mar 25 01:25 PM
Contractor grade cocoa?
wolf Friday Mar 25 02:13 PM
Not all Belgian Chocolates are created equal.
Guylian is so low on the chocolate food chain that Wal-Mart doesn't carry it.
I've seen it (and bought it to be distributed at social functions, because it looks classy) at OddJob, which is (was, sorry, they're in the midst of a going out of business sale) what I call a "more than a Dollar Store," i.e., still really cheap, but sometimes of higher quality than you find in the average Dollar Store. I still have and use a very nice ceramic teapot I bought from there about 10 years ago.
(Oh dear. I think I'm getting overly parenthetical again. I'll need to have the meds checked.)
grazzers Friday Mar 25 03:41 PM
Hey, if anyone is interested, my local chipshop has decided to sell deep fried Easter Eggs. I tried to find the post about the deep fried Mars bars that got such a big response, but couldnt. If anyone wants pictures of this crime against healthy eating, tell me and i'll put a pic on the Aberdeen thread.
Griff Friday Mar 25 05:11 PM
That I've got to see.
linknoid Friday Mar 25 08:27 PM
xoxoxoBruce Friday Mar 25 11:30 PM
wolf Saturday Mar 26 04:48 PM
I love Scotch Eggs.
If they are just deep frying uncooked eggs, I'm thinking that would be rather like extra fast hard boiling, with an added element of danger, as the centers might expand and explode the shells ...
melidasaur Saturday Mar 26 06:17 PM
Maybe they are deep fried Cadbury Creme eggs....
xoxoxoBruce Saturday Mar 26 08:30 PM
What's a McFlurrie, some kind of milkshake clone?
busterb Saturday Mar 26 08:51 PM
I did the Scotch eggs for the last anvil shoot. Not bad for a redneck? They were great.
wolf Saturday Mar 26 09:46 PM
Trilby Sunday Mar 27 11:46 AM
I LOOOOOOOOOOVE Cadbury Creme Eggs!!!
Trilby Sunday Mar 27 11:52 AM
I LOOOOOOOOOOVE : Cadbury Creme Eggs!!!
wolf Sunday Mar 27 01:57 PM
It does improve sea monster parts. I accidentally ate some fried squid one time, as it was in the "unrecognizable seafood" category. Once that shit cools down enough to be chewy, though ...
LabRat Monday Mar 28 10:31 AM
[quote=Brianna]I LOOOOOOOOVE Cadbury Creme Eggs!!! [quote]
wolf Monday Mar 28 11:53 AM
I think they are very cool. And the fact that they even thought to tint the center yellow excites me.