Thursday, December 11, 2008

What a delicious wrap, but with sports instead of chicken or hummus














Frankie may have gone to Noo Yawk, and the Metropolitans may have landed themselves a Putz -- imagine how annoying it must have been growing up with that as your name -- but we got Joe the Everyman!

"Smith."

Same thing.

"And he throws side-arm, no doubt reminding you of Bernie Kosar, the quarterback the last time the Browns didn't suck acres of smelly ass, which will certainly help be the salve to the painfully venomous sting of the inevitability of The Fucking Yankees signing A.J. Burnett."

I hate you. Now, onto to the best part of the wrap. Yum!











This is what I see on my teevee.












This is what the other 29 teams see.

Speaking of things that look like death, can you believe what's happening to Skeletor, a man who has single-handedly protected our borders from hordes of Mexcans, flocks of Canucks, gaggles of geese, Osama bin Laden, Osama bin Laden's driver, Osama bin Laden's tailor, Ayatollah Khomeini, Dr. Doom, Hitler's brain in a jar, those aliens from Independence Day and Roland Emmerich? I know what my gut says, but let's ask a real gut for its opinion:
















"I think somebody spit in this."

14 comments:

anita said...

now, i'm not a Wrap Snob, but i have to say, this one is a little "too green" for my taste. how does a wrap get so green? must be some kind of Artificial Ingredients and i, personally, do not do Artificial Ingredients.

and, once again, while i'm not a Wrap Snob i just have to point out that this one looks like it may have ham in it. and i simply Do Not Eat Ham.

so in terms of "wraps" ... this one sucks.

sorry. just callin' 'em as i sees 'em, dude. don't take it personally. you're still OK. but you need to rethink your Stance on Wraps.

Randal Graves said...

anita, maybe it's some kind of über-veggie-Mother Earth wrap. I wanted some color on my blog and that's a funky looking green.

Is that ham and not bits of chopped onion? My eyesight is crap, so you might be right.

I think I'm going to have a green wrap with ham. What else do you hate? ;-)

La Belette Rouge said...

There is spinach in the dough and hence its lovely green flavor. And, actually they are quite tasty, i,e, it does not taste like it is good for you.

I am with Anita on the ham hate. Nope, I will not eat it in a wrap.I will not eat it with onions and crap. Thank you.:=)

Utah Savage said...

I'll eat hem, but not wrapped in green. I'm with the women, who comprise a rather large portion of your readership have you noticed? And very few of us are sports enthusiasts, or did you not notice? Why do we keep coming back day after day? I think it has something to do with the.....? I got nuthin'.

Randal Graves said...

Mrs. Seuss, so if we eat that, we get big muscles and steam coming out of our ears?

utah, believe me, I'm as perplexed as you are. It must be my rugged cartoon looks.

darkblack said...

Alimentary, my dear Graves.

;>)

Dean Wormer said...

That Cavsmobile looks familiar.

It wasn't disguised as a giant cake moments before, was it?

I hate those guys.

Sherry Peyton said...

That is what I would call green. I'm not sure that is eatable at all. I am still pondering your mind. It is unique Randal, I'll say that for it. Are you a running stream of consciousness in real life? or only in the nebulous and rarefied world of Internet blogging. Just curious, one pervert to another! HEHE.

okjimm said...

Ya, what Anita said. That wrap was way too green. Either way too healthy.... or way too moldy.

I would eat it. Another reason just to have a beer and forget seemingly healthy looking foods.

Kvatch said...

You know... I'd say that there's a special place in hell reserved for Chertof but the way he look, I think he's already in hell.

Tom Harper said...

Nice cadaverous picture of Chertof.

Why is that wrap green -- the chef had a cold.

susan said...

How on earth anybody ever convinced Seattle they needed a baseball team is beyond me. Do you think Putz has a few good pitching years left?

Christopher said...

I never heard of or ate a wrap until we moved to Upstate NY for Jim's college.

The ones here are sorta' like a burrito and I love all Mexican food but the really odd thing to me about this region of the country is, most people don't do heat or spice.

Maybe because I'm from California but the food here tastes really bland.

Randal Graves said...

darkblack, HAHAHAHAHAHA!

dean, could you see your way clear to giving them just one more chance?

sherry, it does have that radioactive Mountain Dew quality, doesn't it. As for my brain, it's usually all over the place, but I probably talk less in real life I guess. And hey, you're the one with the quickie, not me! ;-)

okjimm, just think of it as penicillin. Healthy!

kvatch, you know those morphing programs they have? I just had a hideous thought: Chertoff and Carville. Shudder!

tom, apparently, the sneeze guard didn't work this time.

susan, gotta have something to watch between the shots of heroin and attempted suicides?

I think Putz can help and the good part for the Mets is that they have two guys with closer experience.

christopher, now that all depends on just how spicy you're talking. I don't mind it spicy, but I actually like to enjoy the food, not have all my taste buds mutilated. ;-)