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(SFGate)   Pork found in Ikea's møøse lasagna. In other news Ikea now sells møøse lasagna   (sfgate.com) divider line 63
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2013-04-06 08:50:16 PM
Wait! I don't think we've got enough clichés. Forget being witty. Let's just all try and type what Fark would want. That's a kind of humor, after all
 
2013-04-06 08:51:35 PM

jamspoon: Pointy Tail of Satan: Do they raise moose in Sweden for food? Moose seem rather too majestic to eat.

They call it elk/ Which makes it all right as elk is not at all majestic


Møøse are, on average, bigger than elk. They alsø have drøøping lips, and much støøpider løøking hørns.
 
2013-04-06 08:52:56 PM
And big snøøts.
 
2013-04-06 08:53:53 PM
back in the dark ages when I was a child my dad went moose hunting and...  bagged one.   we had 4 freezers filled with moose.  yeah, parents went out and bought 3 extras.   We ate moose for two years.

it had a LOT of flavor,  not saying anything good about it, but it had flavor.
 
2013-04-06 09:33:17 PM
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2013-04-06 10:58:21 PM
This IS an outrage, actually. When I pay good money for elk, I don't want pork or other contaminants. I expect to get the horse meat I paid for. (Or, theoretically, elk, I guess.)
 
2013-04-06 11:46:11 PM

i upped my meds-up yours: jamspoon: Pointy Tail of Satan: Do they raise moose in Sweden for food? Moose seem rather too majestic to eat.

They call it elk/ Which makes it all right as elk is not at all majestic

Møøse are, on average, bigger than elk. They alsø have drøøping lips, and much støøpider løøking hørns.


Also, their bites are nastier and they are more likely to attack siblings.
 
2013-04-07 03:43:46 AM

Ah, møøse lasagne!  It's good, but it has a little "bite" to it.

Mynd you, møøse lasagna bites Kan be pretti nasti...

Also wik pørk
Also also wik hørse

 
2013-04-07 07:07:04 AM
After an hour or two of navigating your way through a maze of sh*tty pseudo-European styled particle-board furniture, even Moose sounds good... I mean why the hell not right? After all, you wanted to kill yourself with a broken bottle a half-hour into it.
 
2013-04-07 09:43:06 AM

semiotix: This IS an outrage, actually. When I pay good money for elk, I don't want pork or other contaminants. I expect to get the horse meat I paid for. (Or, theoretically, elk, I guess.)


The problem is, moose, elk, deer, etc. are too lean to make a decent sausage. You need to mix in a fatty meat, and pork works well.  So if you are eating moose, elk, venison, etc sausage, assume there is some other animal in there as well.

Granted it should be labled as such. And probably not from Ikea.
 
2013-04-07 01:23:20 PM

jamspoon: Pointy Tail of Satan: Do they raise moose in Sweden for food? Moose seem rather too majestic to eat.

They call it elk/ Which makes it all right as elk is not at all majestic


You got that backwards. They call elk moose. They don't have the Bullwinkle-type moose in Europe. So this Ikea moose lasagna is actually what North Americans would call elk lasagna. Elk is even gamier than deer; probably a lot tastier with some pork in there.

squibbits: After an hour or two of navigating your way through a maze of sh*tty pseudo-European styled particle-board furniture, even Moose sounds good... I mean why the hell not right? After all, you wanted to kill yourself with a broken bottle a half-hour into it.


How is it pseudo-European when it's designed and built in Sweden and imported to their stores here?
 
2013-04-07 02:39:56 PM

mbillips: jamspoon: Pointy Tail of Satan: Do they raise moose in Sweden for food? Moose seem rather too majestic to eat.

They call it elk/ Which makes it all right as elk is not at all majestic

You got that backwards. They call elk moose. They don't have the Bullwinkle-type moose in Europe. So this Ikea moose lasagna is actually what North Americans would call elk lasagna. Elk is even gamier than deer; probably a lot tastier with some pork in there.

squibbits: After an hour or two of navigating your way through a maze of sh*tty pseudo-European styled particle-board furniture, even Moose sounds good... I mean why the hell not right? After all, you wanted to kill yourself with a broken bottle a half-hour into it.

How is it pseudo-European when it's designed and built in Sweden and imported to their stores here?


Fark needs a way to edit comments. I was 100 percent wrong on the elk/moose thing.
 
2013-04-07 09:22:08 PM

GoodHomer: Your wife understands Monty Python humor? Man, good jorb marrying her.


One of our early dates was seeing Spamalot.

/yes, very lucky in the wife department

mbillips: Fark needs a way to edit comments.


No, then flame wars would be completely out of control. Someone would post something utterly incendiary, and once everyone had responded to the dick, he could just change his initial garbage to sound innocuous. Fark not having comment editing works just fine.
 
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