Monday, January 26, 2009

Pudding

PUDDING, n. A form of nutrient which is "very fillin' at the pticeprice."

2009 Update: A confection of congressional consistency.

16 comments:

jenn said...

ptice?

What the heck is a ptice?

I'm first! Proof is in the puddin'

javajazz said...

Dog gets immunity
from typos...
its the price
you don't have to pay
when words
is your play...

Doug said...

Thanks, Jenn. That was all me.

And thank you, JJ, for the gracious indemnity.

Mutha said...

I have never dug pudding. Then my friend Illuminada made me try her rice pudding. I was shocked at how incredibly good it was -- when I asked her why her's was so much better, she reported, "because it's Puerto Rican."

So, the proof is in the Puerto Rican pudding.

the amoeba said...

PUDDING, n. A device for shooting down golden parachutes. See CAKE, Marie.

Ariel the Thief said...

The plant above my screen is now hanging too deep to let me read what's written on the screen...

pring - the ring is in the pudding

TLP said...

ptice: New favor at Tom & Jerry's.

Puddin': Something to call your sweetheart.

Tom & Icy said...

I have some chocolate pudding that I keep in my butt; want some?

A. A. Milne said...

What IS the matter with Mary Jane?
She's perfectly fine, and she hasn't a pain--
AND IT'S LOVELY RICE PUDDING FOR DINNER AGAIN!

Jamie Dawn said...

Pudding - I like all flavors; I am not picky.

:-)

pia said...

All my friends of Puerto Rican ancestory love rice pudding. I would love banana pudding but want to find it homemade

And my WV begins with flan then abl
As flan is a very able pudding...

actonbell said...

The Brits use "pudding" to mean dessert. Any dessert, I presume, as in "how can you have any pudding, if you haven't eaten you meat??"

ptice--is that a Slavic dessert? I googled it and did not see much that Brits could understand.

Nice update:)

quilly said...

PUDDING n. donut stuffing

cooper said...

Pudding: A college students breakfast, lunch and dinner.

"Pease pudding hot, Pease pudding cold,
Pease pudding in the pot - nine days old.
Some like it hot, some like it cold,
Some like it in the pot - nine days old."

Sadly I learned this in high school.

It kind of fits your definition though.

Doug said...

Mutha, my Uncle Andy, a Greek restauranteur, used to pay us kids in rice pudding to help him open his restaurant. I've been working for 30 years since the last time, never as profitably.

Amoeba, there seems to be no such device. It does make for an even softer landing, though.

Good guess, then, Ariel.

I'll have to try Ptice, puddin'.

I'm good, Icy.

Weirsdo, nobody finds quotes like someone who reads.

JD, I'm a tapioca or rice guy myself. Do they have pudding at Chandra? When we goin'?

Pia, for the love of Pete, what is a WV?

Actonbell, nice quote from The Wall You might have guessed I was a fan,

The best, Quill.

It does, Cooper. I learned it as a child but all I learned in High School was How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?

Minka said...

pudding, n. of wobbly consistance; hence: food for the masses