Saturday, June 23, 2007

Ok, so let me make sure I understand this...

So it's NOT socially acceptable to defrost a leg of lamb by stuffing it into bodily orifices while sunbathing on my front lawn in the nude?

How come I'm always the last to know these things?

I was wearing sunscreen, though; surely that should count for something.

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9 comments:

Morgen said...

I suspect it depends on exactly WHICH orifice you've stuffed it into...

Marilyn said...

I think those metal trays are supposed to be more effective anyway. Though, I have not conducted a study on the subject.

Travis said...

Yup. Speechless. Again.

Mr. Fabulous said...

Must be a Michigan law.

Janna said...

Morgen: Well of course I had to test them ALL out to see which ones worked best...

Marilyn: I wonder why NPR never talks about this on "Science Friday".

Travis: Mission accomplished! :)

Mr. Fab: Probably some weird outdated thing left over from the 1800's.

Morgen said...

I'm laughing out loud about your NPR "Science Friday" reference.
Ha!
Aren't you glad some other NPR dweeb, er, listener -- besides you gets it?!?

Steven said...

You're kidding! I didn't know about this either. Glad I tied a string around the leg of lamb for easy removal. Ooo...I kinda just grossed MYSELF out! I guess I just can't keep up with you.

Lynda said...

But that is the best way to defrost any kind of meat. They don't allow that in Michigan? I better check Indiana's books.

Janna said...

Morgen: Yay! I love NPR nerds!

Steve: Excellent foreplanning with the string. Good idea. The people at the E.R. will appreciate that when you have to go in.

Lynda: Write to your congressman if you have to!