Monday, May 16, 2005

Mayonnaise

Mayonnaise, n. One of the sauces which serve the French in place of a state religion.

2005 Update: The edible part of a salmon.

19 comments:

GABRIEL C. ZOLMAN said...

Mayonnaise, n. (1) A creamy, fattening substance often used on tender, solid fattening substances. (2) A thick, buttery colloid frequently applied to dead animals.

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Sreekesh Menon said...

A dressing for your plate and your hide or a french conspiracy to make rest of the world obese?

Andria said...

i formerlly used to depise but now can not get enough i sometimes lick the knife when spreading it on sandwiches

Doug said...

Gabriel, mm...dead animals!

Sreekesh, mm...my hide!

Andria, it's probably good for a dancer's joints, right? That's it, I'm gonna learn to dance.

: JustaDog said...

Mayonnaise - 100% FAT!

Doug said...

C'mon, Dog, there's gotta be some protein from the egg!

frstlymil said...

Mayonnaise - according to my mother, is a major food group.

karma said...

its definitely on top of the food chain :P

Comfort Addict said...

Mayonnaise: The spread that keeps on spreading.

The Gnat's Trumpet said...

Mayonnaise: universal edible glue.

Doug said...

frstlymil, your mother is right. The four food groups are mayonnaise, ground beef, white bread and dosa masala.

Right, Karma?

That's a good one, comfort addict.

Yes, gnat and good for catching insects and unhappily married secretaries.

lpkitten said...

gag gag gag...reminds me of the time I ordered a salad in France and they used pure mayonnaise as salad dressing...gag gag gag

Pirate Dude said...

Oi serve loads o' mayo at ze fast food store Oi work en...

Doug said...

Yuck, kitten! Salad?

Pirate Dude: Arrrgh?

Ducky said...

Dutch ketchup.

Jenn said...

I love Mayonnaise. You can throw it on anything for me. within certain limits of course. In Germany, it is served with french fries. or maybe that is in France? My father told me he had them in Germany when he was in the army.

Doug said...

Daryl, that's funny. How is it on mutton?

Jenn, definitely in Germany and probably in France with chanting.

Anonymous said...

Mayo vs Miracle Whip - When we got married we had to make some concessions - he drank whole milk (ukky), I drank fat free - we settled on 2%, but till this day, 19years later, I buy Mayo & Miracle whip. He likes Mayo (it is like uggy butter) I Like Miracle Whip (yummy)!

Hey France grow some freaking tomaotes ok, we went to McD and they charged us a $1.00 for each extra packet, jeeezzz

Doug said...

Anonymous, leave the bastard.