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Good job I've got a lasagne in the freezer.
that prevents you from eating it
AND THEY'RE OFF.
if you knew what you were doing you could run after a horse (for a long time admittedly) and it would overheat and collapse before you. Then you could eat it
then i ate it. it was really nice tbf
that was alright an all
i'm guessing there wasn't a horsemeat buffet though? i'd deffo go if there was a buffet
there was falafel at the last night they did at the same place though so YOU NEVER KNOW next time
The horse usually wins, but humans have occasionally, which surprised me.
(if this book I just read is to be believed)
if you make the distance long enough a human can outrun everything else
Made posting the original shit joke quite worthwhile in the end.
Now I'm considering getting up and sneaking off to the kitchen to eat something nice. For various reasons though that's putting me dangerously close back in to eating disorder territory so I'm resisting.
No wait, that's dog.
I just thought I'd gift TBO some material for his next stand up gig.
it was more of a joke steve from work would make, if anything. alright steve?
this morning, some food standards person was asked the question "if you had a beef lasagne in your freezer, would you eat it?" She said neigh.
These shitty lasagne things are probably smothered in analogue. Anyone who respects my seminal work on analogue would be more terrified by this than the horse meat.
get some mini burgers and serve them as horse d'oeuvres
mane issue here. Everyone is trying to pass the buck. Bit of a 'mare all round. It's certainly got consumer groups bridling at it. Seems they're sadlled with a particularly unenviable PR nightmare which for them is pony.
The doctor told me to watch what I eat... So I booked a ticket to the grand national.
now my throat is all horse.
GAVE ME THE TROTS IT DID. DO YOU SEE? THE TROTS -- THE TROTS IS A COLLOQUIAL TERM FOR DIARRHOEA, A COMMON SYMPTOM OF FOOD POISONING THAT CAN OFTEN RESULT FROM THE CONSUMPTION OF QUESTIONABLE MEAT OR GENERAL FOOD THAT HAS BEEN PREPARED IN UNHYGIENIC CONDITIONS AND 'TROT' -- DO YOU SEE? -- ALSO IS A TERM USED TO REFER TO HOW A HORSE TRANSPORTS ITSELF WITH ITS LEGS (SPECIFICALLY WHERE THE DIAGONAL PAIRS OF LEGS MOVE FORWARD AT THE SAME TIME WITH A MOMENT OF SUSPENSION BETWEEN EACH BEAT). AND THUS YOU CAN SEE THAT I AM MAKING A PUN, OR A PLAY ON WORDS. I AM PLAYING ON WORDS AS IF THE ENGLISH LEXICON WERE A CLIMBING FRAME IN THE MIDDLE OF A LOCAL PARK PERHAPS ON AN AUTUMN NIGHT