THIS IS NOT A RECIPE BUT COULD TURN OUT ALRIGHT IF YOU GIVE IT A TRY. MIX SOME FRESH PINEAPPLES WITH KIMCHI. LET ME KNOW IF YOU THINK IT’S MARKETABLE. WE COULD GET FILTHY RICH.
The Deep Kimchi part comes from what I got myself into when my better half looked at my blog last night. Those girls weren’t wearing Pineapple hats. The wifey-pal of mine even called for their testimony.
In my defense, I have another picture of them. It sure looks like Pineapple plants, to me.
Look at that silly hat the girl is offering to let me wear. Doesn’t it look like a pineapple plant to you?
If that’s not enough to convince a jury of my peers, I have more evidence to present on my behalf.
Here’s a picture of a real-live pineapple growing up in the northern hills of Okinawa. It’s even a red pineapple with green thingys sprouting out of the top of its head. It couldn’t make itself look more like those girls in red kimonos unless it sprouted feet and started dancing.
Need to research a little beforehand to stay out of Deep Kimchi. Enjoy the Dance classes my friend!! Look like pineapple to me too!Honesty will keep You in business.Great story Mike!!
Oh, I'll enjoy the dance classes alright. I'll be shooting pictures and getting the story straight from a licensed teacher's mouth. It'd just be alot more fun if I could get someone else to do the writing.
Deep Kimchi; that ives me an idea. Maybe open a joint and sell Kimchi Dogs. People would never go back to plain old sauerkraut, again!
Pineapple and kimchi???.........Ewwwwww. That will get you into trouble for sure.
Well, I can think of crazier things people eat.
Like, stop and think of what part of a chicken's anatomy an egg comes from. Wonder what kinda fool decided to eat the first egg!
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