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(Daily Sparks Tribune)   Ice cream maker offers succotash flavor. Sylvester surrenders   (charlotte.com) divider line 73
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2003-04-02 08:49:07 AM
That headline is desssssspicable!
 
2003-04-02 08:49:36 AM
Damn, Eddie... That's nasty! Why you gotta put yo' dick in the sink?

/raw
 
2003-04-02 08:50:09 AM


???
 
2003-04-02 08:50:10 AM
Suffering succotash!

/Obvious
 
2003-04-02 08:50:12 AM
... Sylvester?
 
2003-04-02 08:50:30 AM
Mmmmm, where's the asparagus flavored ice cream?
 
2003-04-02 08:50:31 AM
'cause the mashed potatos were cold!
 
2003-04-02 08:51:23 AM
What is Stallone thinking in that picture? That would be a good caption contest. I have no idea what that expression is.
 
2003-04-02 08:52:43 AM
mmmm.... succolicious.
 
2003-04-02 08:53:04 AM
Mmmmmmmmmm succotash...

 
2003-04-02 08:53:05 AM
Shall I be the first to ask.. WHAT THE fark IS SUCCOTASH.
 
2003-04-02 08:53:42 AM
BillBrasky asked:
:What is Stallone thinking in that picture?


Probably "I wish I still had my first blood."

Aging sucks. Death is a disease, and it's time science found a cure.
 
2003-04-02 08:54:01 AM
04-02-03 08:50:30 AM Gryn
Mmmmm, where's the asparagus flavored ice cream?

No asparagus, but how about spinach?
 
2003-04-02 08:54:41 AM
Dancingshoes-

Lima beans and corn = succotash.

Or butter beans, as we call them in the South...
 
2003-04-02 08:56:35 AM
Lima beans and corn eh...


well that answers that..
 
2003-04-02 08:58:33 AM
That's all succotash is? Just lima beans and corn? So why don't we have any special names for 'peas and carrots' or anything else like that? Weird.
 
2003-04-02 08:59:54 AM
Man, its been farked already..
 
2003-04-02 09:00:23 AM
Badger...
I twouwt I taw a Potty Tat!

I DID! I DID TEE A POOTY TAT!!
 
2003-04-02 09:00:42 AM
BillBrasky,
What is Stallone thinking in that picture?

i think he is trying to poop. that, or he is getting ready to pounch on joan rivers and tear out her carotids with his vicious canine teeth.
 
2003-04-02 09:02:05 AM
Corn and bean ice cream? Where do these insane people think they are, Japan?

Beef and Ice Cream Parlor. Mmm, beef and ice cream, they go together like peas and granite. Dude, fix me up a cheeseburger a la mode, and a liver float!

Also spracht Gryn:
Aging sucks. Death is a disease, and it's time science found a cure.

Not quite time yet. Strom Thurmond and Jesse Helms are still alive. Let's let them shuffle off this mortal coil befor ewe go curing death, OK?
 
2003-04-02 09:03:02 AM
I, for one, would have liked to see Sylvester catch Tweety
 
2003-04-02 09:03:13 AM
I thought it was fried ocra and corn.. Hosenfefa is teh good too!
 
2003-04-02 09:04:29 AM
What is Stallone thinking in that picture?

So they've finally invented an ice cream that reeks as bad as my latest movie.
 
2003-04-02 09:06:19 AM
Ever have LOBSTER ice cream? You'll think I'm crazy, but it's delicious.
 
2003-04-02 09:07:31 AM
This doesn't sound any more nasty than the fish ice cream that I saw on Iron Chef...


/egad, I have no life...
 
2003-04-02 09:10:28 AM
Bass555 Ask and ye shall receive....
 
2003-04-02 09:10:34 AM
Lima beans and creamed corn, no? It was always creamed when we got it, in the good old days.
 
2003-04-02 09:10:44 AM
Green Tea ice cream. Mmmm Mmmm Mmmm!

And I always rooted for Sylvester. Tweety is an evil satan-spawn bird from hell.

/deep calming breaths
 
2003-04-02 09:11:22 AM
04-02-03 08:50:30 AM Gryn
Mmmmm, where's the asparagus flavored ice cream?

I saw that on Iron Chef too.
 
2003-04-02 09:13:12 AM
TypoFlyspray

What are you talking about?? Strom Thurmond has been dead since June 12th!
Strom Thurmond Dead
 
2003-04-02 09:14:00 AM
Schmack

I've never heard of Iron Chef. What is that?
 
2003-04-02 09:15:55 AM
sufferin'
 
2003-04-02 09:18:33 AM
04-02-03 08:53:05 AM Dancingshoes
Shall I be the first to ask.. WHAT THE fark IS SUCCOTASH.


Lima beans and corn
 
2003-04-02 09:18:50 AM
i was once fed haggis ice cream upon a dare.

first time the ice cream was intolerant of ME.

/"och ye bastarrrrrrd"
 
2003-04-02 09:19:28 AM
Sorry... I didnt see all the other posts answering your question.
 
2003-04-02 09:23:20 AM
Gryn

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/show_ic
 
2003-04-02 09:25:34 AM
Handrail gave me the inron chef link

I'm glad I missed it.
 
2003-04-02 09:26:14 AM
Dang that silent "n"
 
2003-04-02 09:26:54 AM
04-02-03 08:50:12 AM Cola

... Sylvester?


If you haven't figured it out yet, Sylvester is the cartoon cat posted after your question. He likes to say "sufferin' succotash." I guess you don't get those toons in Sweden?
 
2003-04-02 09:27:58 AM
Mmmm Swedish people have really cool blonde hair. Sometimes red, sure.
 
2003-04-02 09:29:11 AM
Dang that silent "n"

now ENRONchef, that might be interesting.

"umm no, you didn't give us any ingredients. check with our kitchen accountants. see, all gone."
 
2003-04-02 09:30:26 AM
TravelinJones
Maybe they translate the cartoons differently there?
Instead of Sufferin'Sucatash he says Hopping Herring or something of the sort?
I got nothing.
 
2003-04-02 09:33:19 AM
asparagus icecream = stinky pee
 
2003-04-02 09:33:27 AM
 
2003-04-02 09:33:27 AM
Enron Chef... I like the idea.

You start with three ingredients, end up with a picture of a seven-course masterpiece, but when everyone goes to taste it, nothing's there and the three ingredients have been sold to developers. Good.

And then that nasty old lady (Hoshi?) rips into them.
 
2003-04-02 09:38:46 AM
BillBrasky:

His thong is creeping.

(You know, that bacon & eggs flavor doesn't sound bad at all...)
 
2003-04-02 09:39:43 AM
Cobaltnine,

the old lady that is the actual food critic or the one who lists her occupation as "fortune teller"?
 
2003-04-02 09:41:10 AM
TravelinJones, well that makes sense then. I know of the toon but if they air it here I'm sure they'd dub it. I have no idea what the Swedish version of "sufferin' succotash" might be though. Heh.
 
2003-04-02 09:46:40 AM
suc·co·tash ( P ) Pronunciation Key (sk-tsh)
n.
A stew consisting of kernels of corn, lima beans, and tomatoes.


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[Narragansett msà ckquatash, boiled whole-kernel corn.]
 
2003-04-02 09:47:14 AM
SUCCOTASH

\Suc"co*tash\, n. [Narragansett Indian m'sickquatash corn boiled whole.] Green maize and beans boiled together. The dish is borrowed from the native Indians. [Written also suckatash.]


Source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, © 1996, 1998 MICRA, Inc.


SUCCOTASH

n : fresh corn and lima beans with butter or cream


Source: WordNet ® 1.6, © 1997 Princeton University
 
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