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Some Dubya sauce with your freedom fries?

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Now this is just downright hilarious. First, “freedom fries,” now patriotic catsup.

Being made in America and an alternative to Heinz is all very well, but is there seriously a marketplace for this catsup other than to the readers of National Review?

Sort of gives a different meaning to “W’s on the sauce,” doesn’t it?

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  • Shark

    Sorry, I don’t see the connection between some useless, nutritionless, sugary, runny shit and George W. Bu…

    Oh… wait… nevermind…

  • http://www.bhwblog.com bhw

    I’m sorry, but it’s not catsup, it’s ketchup.

    It’s no wonder the country is going to hell.

  • Eric Olsen

    Actually, it’s both. How do you spell “baloney”? what do you call the side of the road? Holes in the road? What makes a breast conservative?

  • Distorted Angel

    I’m pretty sure that baloney is spelled O-S-C-A-R-M-A-Y-E-R….

    Is there a name for the side of the road? I’ve always just called it the side of the road.

  • http://www.bhwblog.com bhw

    So many questions, so little time.

    How do you spell “baloney”?

    Dunno. Which kind are you talking about? The kind that goes in the mouth (the stuff between slices of Wonder bread with the crusts cut off) or the kind that comes out of the mouth or off the fingertips here at BC (horsepucky).

    what do you call the side of the road?

    Dunno. What kind of road are you talking about? The residential street kind, the rural state road kind, the highway kind?

    Holes in the road?

    Ooh, an easy one. Potholes.

    What makes a breast conservative?

    Size. Or lack thereof.

  • Eric Olsen

    “shoulder” “berm” “tree lawn”

  • http://www.bhwblog.com bhw

    I’ve never heard “berm” or “tree lawn.” But what about “gutter”?

    In MA, they call the shoulder the breakdown lane. In times of high traffic, it’s often legal to drive in these lanes, which leads to a lot of people whose cars have broken down getting killed by morons who drive in the lanes when it’s not rush hour.

  • Eric Olsen

    I was merely referring to the vagueries of regionalisms, product names, pronunciation creep, and the politicization of boobies

  • http://www.bhwblog.com bhw

    Boobies have always been politicized in my house. Just ask my husband.

  • http://www.foliage.com/~marks Mark Saleski

    hey, this is kinda cool.

    someone should keep track of all the weird products coming out this year’s election.

    so far we’ve got W Ketchup and the Teresa Heinz “Shove It” Thong.

  • JR

    I was merely referring to the vagueries of regionalisms, product names, pronunciation creep, and the politicization of boobies

    A fascinating subject covered in this study (except for the boobies). See questions 60, 61, and 62.

  • http://dirtgrain.com/weblog Dirtgrain

    Vegetable

  • http://jpsgoddamnblog.blogspot.com JP

    I’m partial to these stickers and shirts, myself. Just because of the number of “W” stickers, I’d love to see Democrat Mark Warner win in 2008–let’s see how many of those stickers stay!

  • http://absent-mind.blogspot.com/ Jet in Columbus

    Eric 6-in the city they’re called devil strips, and why haven’t you e-mailed me yet so I can join your gang?

  • http://absent-mind.blogspot.com/ Jet in Columbus

    Eric wrote ” I was merely referring to the vagueries of regionalisms, product names, pronunciation creep, and the politicization of boobies”

    I defy someone to diagram this sentence!

  • http://absent-mind.blogspot.com/ Jet in Columbus

    Dear JR, the answer to questions 60 and 62 are, “With a negative aspect concerning resulting rationales towards percentages of population expansion in those areas, taking into account economic class distinctions, along with affiliated variables, versus the positive anti-reactionary conclusions based on several politically and commercially motivated studies, yielding several unsubstantiated claims, there would appear to be various destinations that the untrained mind could meander without the proper guidance…”

    In regards to Question 61…”However, there contain several portions of the study that appear truly contradictory if not unsubstantiated, as opposed to partially substantiated, or completely substantiated. Whenever confirming scientific comparisons can be initiated through both layman and university classroom studies, resulting in not only a quorum on this very complicated subject, but also quite a bit of doubletalk, doublespeak, and of course deranged vocabulary lessons, yielding several radically different yet esoteric but conflicting conclusions.

    Of course that’s only my opinion…

  • http://absent-mind.blogspot.com/ Jet in Columbus

    By the way, if you find “W” sauce on your fries, for Christ’s sakes don’t swallow… SPIT.

    …but of course that’s only my opinion