Monday, May 19, 2008

home is where the pork is


Andrew spotted this one in Memphis.  I guess it depends on your definition of "home"...

10 comments:

Stitchin-Liz said...

Wow. I think they meant to say "pulled pork" but missed by a line. :)

john said...

yowza. i would actually have accepted quotes around "pulled pork pizza", but this is just ridiculous

Pete said...

yum!

John said...

that sounds really good, actually. road trip!

danae2 said...

Is this a new trend? People seem to think the first line of text needs to be enclosed in QMs, even if it's not for emphasis or any other absurd reason they use those UQMs. This is weird.

sitboaf said...

No, no. It's right.
"Home of the" is actually an anagram for "Hoof Theme."
Oink.

l'hypocondriaque said...

sitboaf, i think you're on to something.

Not quite the Bradys said...

lol, sitboaf!

Krypto said...

"pulled pork pizza" that's a euphamism surely.
Nice work by the way, I never realised poor punctuation was such a stitch.

Katie said...

Pulled pork pizza?? Ewwwwwwwww, sounds absolutely awful. :(