Up until a couple of years ago, I had no idea that something called “quinoa” even existed. I discovered it when I discovered a website called “Cooking Quinoa“.
The recipes looked delicious and I simply had to know more about it – where can I buy it and how am I supposed to eat it?
The Wikipedia article on quinoa, as usual, is overkill. (more…)RT Cunningham - June 11, 2013
There are so many ways to make iced tea, it’s probably impossible to write about all of them. I’m going to try to cover the ways that I’ve done it, the way my mother and siblings have done it and the way I’ve seen other people do it.
I always thought that making iced tea was incredibly simple and couldn’t be made any easier. Actually, the simplest way is to use instant iced tea but most instant iced tea tastes horrible compared to brewing tea with tea bags. (more…)RT Cunningham - June 6, 2013
I heard this hot buttered corn joke sometime between 1985 and 1987. When I originally typed it out and put it on a website, I had to do it from memory. I couldn’t cheat because I couldn’t find this joke anywhere on the net. I’m sure it has appeared elsewhere since I first put it up, but I assure you I was the first one to publish it on the web as it is. I have moved the joke from website to website over the years and I’ve cleaned it up a bit in the process. It’s still an adult joke, but at least it isn’t as completely vulgar as it was the first time I put it out there. If adult jokes bother you, please move on. (more…)
These are smelly one-liners and other fart jokes I’ve collected over time (worth remembering for those iffy times when you can’t think of what else to do with your friends) and I’ve moved them from website to website. Now they’re here.
If you’re easily offended by fart jokes (or feces jokes), please don’t continue reading. If it doesn’t bother you, consider adding some to the comments. (more…)« Previous 1 … 57 58 59
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