Monday, November 30, 2009

MC Foods

I recently seen a new pie offered at Mc Donalds that I had never seen before. I wanted to do some research before I tried it because honestly it looked kind of gross and I wasn't exactly sure what it was made out of.
It's custard apparently. Definitely glad I didn't try one now. 


In the process I found this writeup with other interesting foods from Mc Donalds around the world.

World McFoods.

Think our McD's food is nasty? Check out some of the crap they serve elsewhere. On the other hand, a couple of these look damn good. Story from Food Network-Humor

Across Asia, you can pick up a McHotdog Mega Breakfast Sausage.

Sausage & Egg Twisty Pasta
A breakfast item. Sausage, eggs, and pasta in chicken broth and “other greens.”

Bacon Potato Pie

It’s like an apple pie, but with mashed potatoes and bacon.

Cheese Katsu
Fried pork sandwich stuffed with cheese.

Double Beef Prosperity Burger
From Malaysia. two beef or chicken patties dipped in black pepper sauce and layered with fresh onion slices in a sesame seed bun. Looks gross but I do want curly fries at American Mc Donalds!

Ebi Filet-O
A fried shrimp sandwich. In Hong Kong, it’s known as the Shrimp Burger.(Crabby patty!)

Shake Shake Fries
You dump your fries into a bag, sprinkle seasoning on them, and shake. Available flavors include seaweed, chargrill, French onion, salt & pepper.

McBanana Pie
Fried pie with banana filling.

Shogun Burger
Served in Hong Kong, it's a pork patty with Teriyaki sauce and cabbage.

Bubur Ayam McD
Bubur Ayam literally translates to “chicken porridge.” Chicken strips in porridge with onions, ginger, and chili peppers.

Spaghetti noodles served in sweet tomato-based sauce. (We have this in the U.S. It's called Chef Boy-Ar-Dee)

McRice Burger

A ground beef burger or chicken fillet served with special sauce on fried rice cakes.

Grilled chicken or kofta (beef with spices) with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and garlic mayonnaise, wrapped in an Arabic style pita bread.

Chicken Mac
Two breaded chicken patties (de-boned breast meat), lettuce, sesame seed bun, McDeluxe sauce, and cheese.

Recette Moutarde
Mustard burger on ciabatta bread. Introduced in Morocco in 2006.

Veg McPuff Pizza
Rectangular dough, filled with tomato sauce and vegetables.

Paneer Salsa Wrap
Cottage cheese, drenched in cajun seasoning and then wrapped in flatbread and fried.

Chicken McCurry Pan
Starts off with a rectangle dish made out of dough and is topped with a tomato-curry sauce, spiced with thyme, basil, and oregano, chicken, bell peppers, and cheese. (Thank you and come again!)

Chicken, bacon, and onions

Croque McDo
Two melted slices of Emmental cheese and a slice of ham toasted between flattened hamburger buns.

Offered in Germany, France, and a few other locations across Europe.

A fish wrap sold in Finland and Norway.

Sold in Turkey, it's two burger patties covered in cayenne pepper sauce, and vegetables, and served on a fried pita.

Bacon Roll
Just slices of bacon on a hard roll with ketchup. Sold in England. (You had me at bacon, lost me at ketchup.)

My Poutine
From Canada. French fries topped with cheese curds and gravy.

Started off as a family sized pizza, but turned into an individual-sized pan pizza.

Gallo Pinto
You can order gallo pinto (rice and beans) at the McDonalds in Costa Rica.

Sold in New Zealand. It’s a beef patty, with an egg, tomato, lettuce, cheese, onion, cooked beetroot, sauce and mustard on a bun.

Triple Mac
Big Mac not big enough? Try the new TRIPLE MAC in Argentina.

Refried beans, cheese, and pico de gallo served on an English muffin. Sold in Mexico.

Deluxe Breakfast
The McDonalds deluxe breakfast in Hawaii comes with spam, rice, eggs, and sausage patties.

McLobster Roll

Served seasonally in Canada

What do you think about these? Would you try any?

Saturday, November 28, 2009

--( Deliciously Useless Info )--

Accuracy is implied but not guaranteed ; )

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Anal-Rectal Connection

Are you aware of the discovery in the human body of a
nerve that connects the eyeball to the butthole? It is
called the anal optic nerve. It is responsible for
giving people a crappy outlook on life. If you don't
believe me, pull a hair from your butt and see if it
doesn't bring tears to your eyes.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Thanksgiving jokes!

In celebration of Turkey Day tomorrow here are a few jokes I'd like to pass along.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Things you can say at Thanksgiving

1.Talk about a huge breast!

2. Tying the legs together keeps the inside moist.

3. It's Cool Whip time!

4. If I don't undo my pants, I'll burst!

5. Whew, that's one terrific spread!

6. I'm in the mood for a little dark meat.

7. Are you ready for seconds yet?

8. It's a little dry, do you still want to eat it?

9. Just wait your turn, you'll get some!

10. Don't play with your meat.

11. Just spread the legs open and stuff it in.

12. Do you think you'll be able to handle all these people at once?

13. I didn't expect everyone to come at once!

14. You still have a little bit on your chin.

15. How long will it take after you stick it in?

16. You'll know it's ready when it pops up.

17. Wow, I didn't think I could handle all of that!

18. That's the biggest one I've ever seen!

19. How long do I beat it before it's ready?



Your dinner will be the talk of the TOWN!!

You should try this!

Sure to bring smiles from your guests!

Here is a new way to prepare your Thanksgiving Turkey.

1. Cut out aluminum foil in desired shapes.
2. Arrange the turkey in the roasting pan, position the foil carefully.? (see attached picture for details)
3. Roast according to your own recipe and serve.
4. Watch your guests' faces...


Why Pumpkins Are Better Than Men

1. Every year you get a brand new crop to choose from.

2. No matter what your mood is, pumpkins are always ready to greet you with a smile.

3. One usually makes a better pie.

4. They are always on the doorstep there waiting for you!

5. If you don’t like the way he looks, you just carve up another face.

6. If he starts smelling up your place, you can just throw him out.

7. From the start you know a pumpkin has an empty, mush filled head to begin with.

8. A pumpkin is turned on (lit-up) only when you want him to be.


May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey plump,
May your potatoes and gravy
Have never a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your pies take the prize,
And may your Thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your thighs!

Monday, November 23, 2009

You Know You are Too Drunk When...

1) Your job interferes with your drinking.
2) Your doctor finds traces of blood in your alcohol stream.
3) Career won't progress beyond Senator of Massachusetts.
4) The back of your head keeps getting hit by the toilet seat.
5) Sincerely believe alcohol to be the elusive 5th food group.
6) Two hands and just one mouth... - now THAT'S a drinking problem!
7) You can focus better with one eye closed.
8) The parking lot seems to have moved while you were in the bar.
9) Your twin sons are named Barley and Hops.
10) Hey, 5 beers has just as many calories as a burger, forget dinner!
11) You lose arguments with inanimate objects.
12) You have to hold onto the lawn to keep from falling off the earth.
13) Mosquitoes catch a buzz after attacking you
14) At AA meetings you begin: "Hi, my name is... uh..."

Sunday, November 22, 2009

The top 10 Doomsday Prophecies

10 Doomsday Prophecies

No.10 - Isaac Newton's Scribbled Prediction


If physics is the mother of all sciences and Isaac Newton is the father of physics, you can understand why the Royal Society considers Newton the most important scientist in history. His 1687 PhilosophiƦ Naturalis Principia Mathematica introduced the world to the laws of motion and universal gravitation, but in reality these were the pursuits of a young man. In fact, Newton spent the bulk of his life as an apocalyptic thinker who scoured the Bible looking for insight into the end of the world. Although he had expressly avoided putting a date to his interpretations, in 2003, news hit that on one occasion he did. Near the end of his life, in an offhand calculation written on the back of an envelope, he suggested the year 2060.
No.9 - The Witch Hunter's Predictions


The Puritan preacher Cotton Mather might have been good at stirring up anti-witch sentiment, but the man was a flop when it came to predicting the end of the world. Mather, who preached at the First Church of Boston, gave his flock no fewer than four such dates, beginning with the year 1697.

When 1697 came and went, he fiddled with the numbers and arrived at 1736. Likely realizing this was too far in the future to pay him any dividends, he revised it to 1716. When that year came and went, he shifted it ahead to 1717. He should have considered himself lucky that he hadn't been accused of stupidity and hanged like a witch. Instead, he kept insisting that the end was imminent, only quitting in 1728 when death itself succeeded in silencing him.
No.8 - Thirteen-Grandma Guilt Trip Prophecy


In 2004, a New York City event called the Grandmother's Counsel brought together 13 select grandmothers from around the globe, elders who held high status in their communities. Their meeting, they said, had been prophesied hundreds of years ago, and yes, they knew they were a little tardy, but they brought with them a singular and terrifying message: "The end is near."

This terrifying doomsday prediction has many wondering whether this whole fiasco could have been avoided if a few grandchildren had been a little better about responding to grandma's letters.
No.7 - Ron The Prophet's Last Great Day


In case you were concerned that nobody was looking at 2010 as a potential candidate for the end of the world, take heart: it appears that author and minister Ronald Weinland has in fact done just that. Having only been made a prophet by God in 1997, Weinland has worked overtime to predict the end, and in his second book, 2008 - God's Final Witness, he seems to very loosely point to a nebulous date in 2010, the "last great day," when billions will die. Weinland might want to reconsider his apocalypse; after all, he is the owner of, which is a pretty damn good URL (not something you would want to give up prematurely). Plus, his overwhelming arrogance makes him the kind of person no one would want to spend eternity with anyway.
No.6 - Pope Innocent's Number Of The Beast


Pope Innocent III eschewed modesty; his power-mad pontificate -- which reigned from 1198 to 1216 -- redefined the role of the pope as something closer to demigod than human. He saw himself as Melchizedek, the biblical priest-king, and hated Islam so much that he insisted that Muslims (and Jews) wear certain clothing for easier identification. He equated the prophet Muhammad with the alleged beast of The Book of Revelation, going so far as to predict the world's end in 1284, a figure he reached by adding 666 to 618, the year he calculated Islam had been founded. His encyclical Quia Maior called for the Fifth Crusade, meaning Innocent's III prophecy was likely little more than papal propaganda to get the troops jazzed to give their lives over to yet another military endeavor.
No.5 - The Third Fuzzy Secret Of Fatima


In 1917, 10-year-old Portuguese peasant Lucia Santos, along with her two cousins, claimed that they were being visited by a hazy, chatty image of the Virgin Mary. 

Over a decade later, Lucia, now a nun, began writing her memoirs, in which she said, for the first time, that the ghost had imparted to her three secret predictions, the third of which was so horrible that it was kept from the public for almost seven decades -- plenty of time for rampant public speculation, which leaned toward the idea that it foretold the end of the world. The secret was revealed in 2000, exposing Santos as a student from the Nostradamus school of prophecy; the secret was so vague that it could be read to predict the end of anything, from the end of the world to the end of 8-tracks.
No.4 - Michael Travesser's Halloween Armageddon


On the night of October 31, 2007, an extraordinary thing happened: the end of the world was caught on tape, and it can be viewed right now at Hulu. This apparent contradiction was made possible by a UK film crew, recording footage for The End of the World Cult, a documentary on the Lord Our Righteousness Church, led by a self-proclaimed messiah named Wayne Bent, who calls himself Michael Travesser. Fears of a planned mass suicide that Halloween night proved to be unfounded when, shortly after midnight, Travesser is seen leading his inexplicably giddy and plainly not-dead flock out of a building on the compound and toward the camera crew. Today, Travesser sits in a New Mexico prison, a convicted child molester and unsuccessful doomsday predictor.
No.3 - Y2K


As doomsday prophecies go, Y2K was the perfect storm. It brought together a number of rousing elements: Frankenstein-like fears of man-made technology gone awry, the end of a millennium, disaster imagery on a biblical scale, even an exact moment of doom: 12:00 a.m. on January 1, 2000.  

Instead, Y2K became the most lucrative doomsday in history. High-end estimates of how much money was spent trying to "fix" the problem reach a mind-blowing $600 billion. In the final analysis, Y2K proved the opposite of what so many feared: It proved that successful global cooperation was indeed possible in the face of a global threat.
No.2 - The 2012 Mayan Prophecy


What began as a manipulative sleight-of-hand, the Mayan calendrics prediction for the end of the world in December 2012 has turned into the most egregious eschatological pile-on that history has ever had the misfortune to witness. 2012 no longer belongs purely to the Mayan-calendar folks and their many followers; it is now the gathering place for asteroid impacters, planet Nibiru-believers, Nostradamus groupies, and fans of magnetic field reversals, gamma ray bursts, planetary realignments, and any other kind of anomaly in the universe you can dream up.
No.1 - The Great Disappointment


This is not only the best name in the long history of eschatology, it's the only name that should ever be used.

Baptist preacher William Miller led his flock into 1844 on the wings of a poignant dream: that the Second Coming, starring Christ himself and featuring nothing less than the realizations of the Book of Revelation, was imminent. Although Miller was reluctant to offer an actual date, he eventually relented, agreeing to October 22, 1844. By the following day, the Millerite movement was as good as dead

Saturday, November 21, 2009

The Condom Fashion Show in China


A condom is a barrier device most commonly used during sexual intercourse to reduce the likelihood of pregnancy and spreading sexually transmitted diseases (STDs—such as gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV). It is put on a man’s privates and physically blocks "stuff" from entering the body of a sexual partner. Because condoms are waterproof, elastic, and durable, they are also used in a variety of secondary applications. These include collection of semen for use in infertility treatment as well as non-sexual uses such as creating waterproof microphones and protecting rifle barrels from clogging.

Condom was made with purpose, it’s not for fashion! But still, China is entering in world fashion on unusual way. At a reproductive health and technologies expo in last week, models wore these pretty dresses made entirely out of condoms, and as you can see, there are a lot of interesting creatures! Maybe you will wear something like this, but I won’t! Enjoy the pics…










Source: Reuters