Spaghetti and mystery meatballs. It’s often better not to know what’s in what we eat. Even more so if a Wombie is your cook.
Blahahahaaha must have been a tad longer than the 5 second rule 🙂
We prefer the five minute rule.
Didn’t I see this one before? Was it preloaded at some point to update automatically. Sometimes I see those early for some reason on my RSS Reader.
It was scheduled for last Monday but was preempted by the video. Why you and some others were able to see it anyway, I have no idea.
i could have sworn that i have seen this last year or something not sure though 🙂
Shhh!! You’re not supposed to have noticed that! Some of the earlier posted cartoons were removed when I changed the website around, increased the cartoon size, and modified the update schedule. So for anyone who remembers the early days around here, these cartoons could be considered “classics”.
Lesson #23: Never let Winky cook.
But then the family would be denied all those culinary surprises only Winky can provide.
Oh man, I agree with Frank. I would not let Winky cook. I don’t even want to think about what happen to the spaghetti. On second thought, lay it on me. What happen to it?
That’s something I can’t reveal or else they might revoke my kitchen privileges for good! All I will say is it involved the bathtub and a pressure washer.
You cook spaghetti in your bathtub?
Doesn’t everyone? It’s handy when cooking for a large gang.
Bwahahahahahaha. What happened to the spaghetti? Wait, perhaps I don’t want to know.
We have a dog and when we find hair in our food we always say that dog hair is a condiment.
Have a terrific day. 🙂
Maybe you could bottle that and sell it. Hair of the Dog, goes good with everything!
Perhaps it’s best to wait until after he’s eaten to tell him these things. 😀
That would’ve been a better way to handle it. Winky should have just said, “You don’t need to know.”
What are a few hairballs among friends. I hate those shows where they expose what goes on in meatpackin’ houses and restaurant kitchens etc. Some things I just don’t want to know. (Like what happened to the spaghetti.)
It usually is best not to know, unless you’re on a diet and then it could be beneficial to be repulsed by your food.
I’m just going to tell myself it’s a little extra fiber.
Yeah, that’s the ticket.
Exactly! I don’t what everyone else is complaining about. Plus there might be some extra protein in there, too!
Come to think of it, do you even know what protein is?
Ants, spiders, ladybugs. . .
Good one! That actually got an audible laugh out of me. But I DO want to know about the spaghetti?
Winky & Fraz won’t reveal the details, however they did mention it involved the bathtub and a pressure washer.
Well done, I think I’ll cook spaghetti and fuzzy meatballs to day.. with out the fuzziness.
In Iceland we eat Hákarl (shark)
Maybe Chris would like that instead of the fuzzy meatballs?
Hákarl is traditionally prepared by gutting and beheading a Greenland or basking shark and placing it in a shallow hole dug in gravelly-sand, with the now-cleaned cavity resting on a slight hill. The shark is then covered with sand and gravel, and stones are then placed on top of the sand in order to press the shark. The fluids from the shark are in this way pressed out of the body. The shark ferments in this fashion for 6–12 weeks depending on the season.
Following this curing period, the shark is then cut into strips and hung to dry for several months. During this drying period a brown crust will develop, which is removed prior to cutting the shark into small pieces and serving. The modern method is just to press the shark’s meat in a large drained plastic container.
I can send you some if you like 🙂
While Hákarl sounds extremely delicious (or maybe just extreme), I think I’ll pass on your kind offer! I recently saw a travel show where they went to Iceland and had some Hákarl. I don’t think they enjoyed it very much.
But the fuzziness is what gives it that extra kick.
What happened to the spaghetti? tel me tell me…I am curious
All they will reveal is that they ended up having to use a pressure washer and the bathtub to clean up the spaghetti afterward.
Naughty wombies! Hope he won’t get stomachache
As far as I’m aware, everyone survived without any ill effects.
This reminds me of when people pet their dog or cat and then cook me something. I ask, “What is this hair?” They say, “Oh that’s just Mittens our cat. Isn’t she adorable?”
Please, if you have a pet do not touch them before you cook for me.
So I guess it goes without saying that you wouldn’t want their pet to cook for you, either.
The under the stove fuzz gives them added fibre which is a good thing right? Some people are too fussy. Besides it’s the thought that counts. Binky thought of throwing them out but didn’t want to waste good food. There are starving little kiddies in some parts of the world who would love to have them for a delicious meal. Chris needs to learn gratefulness…
Very true! We tend to be quite picky in our taste and what we find acceptable, while in many parts of the world they’ll eat things we wouldn’t even consider.
I assume these where chocolate filled meat balls?? as long as the fuzzy is not coconut ( blehh) a mouse may try a nibble 😉
BTW, I am psychic, I knew about this toon a week ago too (wink)
I don’t know if they were chocolate-filled meatballs, but that might be something to try!
Somehow this cartoon was leaked to RSS subscribers a week early. We have not be able to determine the source of the leak.
only us chocolate loving psychics where able to read it 😉
Then I guess the security breech wasn’t that serious!
HAHHAHAHAHHHH!! It’s funny b/c it’s TRUE.
(have you been peeking in my windows?)
Every cook has to work through those little faux pas every so often. What happens in the kitchen, should stay in the kitchen.
Hairy meatballs? Ewwwww!
It might be hair, or it might be spider legs. Hard to tell, really.
They could’ve been owl pellets. So, it could be worse.
Quite true! If you find your meatballs in the forest, they probably aren’t really meatballs.
Would you like spaghetti sauce with that?
I always assume if I watched anybody prepare my food I wouldn’t ever want to eat it.
That’s probably true, and even more so if Wombies are your cook.
If anyone ever asks me the same question, “Why is my meatball fuzzy?” I’ll tell them they need glasses
That’s a good answer! I’ll have to try to remember that.
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