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Sunday, November 16, 2008


"Mmmmmmmmmmmmm...human flesh..."

I cannot vouch for every tale told at this site, but it makes for some interesting reading. Some of the items, I believe, have been proven urban legends, like eating embryos. But Baby Brains in a jar? I don't know. What do you think?


Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Human flesh.
What are you suppose to serve with baby brains in a jar? Baby corn?

OK. That was weak, but I'm not convinced about the baby brains in jar. I can't say that it's an urban legend. I'm just not convinced.

Plus, always remember that if you are camping in the wilderness you need to remove the baby brains from your camp site in order to discourage hungry zombies from showing up uninvited in the middle of the night. It's best to hang the baby brains high in a tree, because zombies can neither jump or climb trees. Zombies aren't all that smart otherwise they wouldn't always be looking for brains. For this reason, zombies pose absolutely no threat to leftards.

Check out the Zombie Food Pyramid.
Thanks Homer!

Baby Corn! LMAO!

The Zombie Food Pyramid is funny! Oh, I'd never seen that before. Thanks for think link to it.
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