Aside from the officially recognized French
Aside from the officially recognized French cheeses with Appellation there were many others lesser known. In a village in the Alsace I stumbled on one fermented from the toe jam of2
of the one toed sloth, not an easy job,toe jam collecting, especially if the sloth was being a bit antsy as sloths are prone to be, add the fact that the fermentation process will4
make enough gas to fill a blimp, (it will not rise it's a heavy gas), once completely fermented the Toe Jam is mixed with Jerky to make Pemmican. The Indian survival food sold to4
Whole Foods in the Southwestern region. The enriched mindless shoppers0
had no idea that the salad bar had been sneezed on by a man with contagious forms of narcolepsy and rickets. The Whole Foodies dropped like unmanned Avatars in the cheese aisle.5
The disease spread and soon vegans were vegging out everywhere. The government ordered a prohibition on fresh produce. Salad bars became speak-easies. But the sleep sickness was2
hitting the police's mental acuity hard. "That's not illegal lettuce you've got there, is it?" asked one officer. "No, it's pot." he replied. "Oh, okay." Later the officer realized5
that pot could have multiple meanings, but the sleeper drugs added by Dunkin Donuts made him4
well, sleep. He woke up to find himself in a cellar, wrapped up in chains. A giant hole opened beneath him and he plummeted down, down, down until landing on3
a bed of what smelled like hay. Who kept hay under a house? That's bound to cause mold and mildew. Your skin crawling, you don't hear the leprechaun slit your throat. Ces't la vie.4
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Slyfknot8302 Feb 15 2012 @ 11:20
Damn, I've been write second-person in another story and I just realized I totally changed the view in the last snippet. My bad.
SlimWhitman Feb 15 2012 @ 13:21
It happens to everyone sometimes. Anyway, I find it works here. It's like the narrator addressing the reader and shrugging his shoulders about the hero's demise.
Slyfknot8302 Feb 15 2012 @ 14:48
Nice, good point.