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(Foodbeast)   Mmm. They're so moist and tender. They melt in your mouth. Because no one can resist the delicious taste of Schweddy Balls, now available online   (foodbeast.com ) divider line
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2014-08-07 08:04:01 AM  
Why can't I describe cake as damp?  It means the same thing as moist.
 
2014-08-07 08:09:37 AM  
I'd rather have a Dusty muffin.
 
2014-08-07 08:33:12 AM  
Oh please have Alec Baldwin do the commercial.
 
2014-08-07 08:52:18 AM  
Christmas in August

warning: hulu commercial first
 
2014-08-07 08:52:54 AM  
If you order now, you can get a special Schweddy Ball Sack
 
2014-08-07 09:15:34 AM  
sucks Ben and Jerry's discontinued their Schweddy Balls ice cream.
 
2014-08-07 09:44:07 AM  

stonelotus: sucks Ben and Jerry's discontinued their Schweddy Balls ice cream.


Ben sucks Jerry's Schweddy Balls and discontinued their ice cream.

Interesting how a simple re-arrangement of word order can really change a sentence.
 
2014-08-07 09:56:45 AM  
I prefer Chocolate Salty Balls.
 
2014-08-07 09:59:28 AM  
How about little chocolate doughnuts? They're the doughnuts of champions!
 
2014-08-07 10:01:46 AM  
Totally going to get a box of Colon Blow
 
2014-08-07 10:03:25 AM  
Just in time for Chanukah with Martha Stewart.
 
2014-08-07 10:04:48 AM  
Its not that funny.
 
2014-08-07 10:07:48 AM  
PAHAHAHAHAHA! They said "balls"

And the name Schweddy totally sounds like they're saying "sweaty".

Oh man, that's hilarious.
 
2014-08-07 10:08:18 AM  
Wow...and they're only, what? TWO DECADES late with this!?!?!?!
 
2014-08-07 10:32:03 AM  
Wow, that's a timely comedic reference ..... NOT!
 
2014-08-07 10:32:20 AM  

Rawhead Rex: Wow...and they're only, what? TWO DECADES late with this!?!?!?!


Your average college kid was born around the same time that this may or may not have been funny. I tried to watch some of those early 90s skits that I thought were hilarious back in the day and a lot of it just didnt hold up for me at least.
 
2014-08-07 10:42:02 AM  

Igor Jakovsky: Rawhead Rex: Wow...and they're only, what? TWO DECADES late with this!?!?!?!

Your average college kid was born around the same time that this may or may not have been funny. I tried to watch some of those early 90s skits that I thought were hilarious back in the day and a lot of it just didnt hold up for me at least.


This joke was beaten to death before the original sketch even ended.
 
2014-08-07 10:44:15 AM  
I'd prefer the Irwin Mainway line of products
 
2014-08-07 10:46:05 AM  
What is with all the hate?

The joke was in the excellent delivery and mockery of the NPR broadcast style. How the actors kept from not cracking up is commendable.

As posted above, I too would buy some colon blow.

/RIP Hartman
 
2014-08-07 11:15:12 AM  

stonelotus: sucks Ben and Jerry's discontinued their Schweddy Balls ice cream.


That ice cream was one of my favorites.  Sad indeed that it is gone.
 
2014-08-07 11:22:40 AM  

dittybopper: stonelotus: sucks Ben and Jerry's discontinued their Schweddy Balls ice cream.

Ben sucks Jerry's Schweddy Balls and discontinued their ice cream.

Interesting how a simple re-arrangement of word order can really change a sentence.


sometimes dyslexia has its privileges.
 
2014-08-07 11:28:11 AM  

dletter: Totally going to get a box of Colon Blow


Don't forget to get a six-pack of Schmitt's Gay to wash it down.
 
2014-08-07 11:31:04 AM  
It's a floor wax AND a dessert topping!
 
2014-08-07 11:37:15 AM  

Clash City Farker: Its not that funny.


www.bbcamerica.com

"Au contraire mon freire..."
 
2014-08-07 11:39:23 AM  
I'm still waiting for a crunchy, all-beef taco, smothered in nacho cheese, lettuce, tomato and a special southwestern sauce then wrapped it in a soft, flour tortilla with a layer of refried beans in-between *then* wrapped that in a savory corn tortilla with a middle layer of Monterey Jack cheese with a deep-fried gordita shell, smeared with a little special "guacamolito" sauce, wrapped around the outside; then baked in a corn husk filled with pico de gallo, *then* wrapped that in an authentic Parisian crepe, filled with egg, gruyere, merguez sausage and Portobello mushroom, and of course the whole thing wrapped in a Chicago style deep dish meat lovers pizza, rolled up in a blueberry pancake, dipped in batter and deep-fried until it's golden brown and served it in all commemorative tote bag filled with spicy vegetarian chili. It's 15 great tastes all rolled into one!

s.yimg.com
 
2014-08-07 01:07:23 PM  
I'm looking for something with great bass flavor, perhaps in a smoothie form.
 
2014-08-07 01:11:23 PM  

Sybarite: I'm still waiting for a crunchy, all-beef taco, smothered in nacho cheese, lettuce, tomato and a special southwestern sauce then wrapped it in a soft, flour tortilla with a layer of refried beans in-between *then* wrapped that in a savory corn tortilla with a middle layer of Monterey Jack cheese with a deep-fried gordita shell, smeared with a little special "guacamolito" sauce, wrapped around the outside; then baked in a corn husk filled with pico de gallo, *then* wrapped that in an authentic Parisian crepe, filled with egg, gruyere, merguez sausage and Portobello mushroom, and of course the whole thing wrapped in a Chicago style deep dish meat lovers pizza, rolled up in a blueberry pancake, dipped in batter and deep-fried until it's golden brown and served it in all commemorative tote bag filled with spicy vegetarian chili. It's 15 great tastes all rolled into one!

[s.yimg.com image 850x478]


Pizza? Now THAT'S what I call a taco!
 
2014-08-07 02:19:42 PM  

exparrot: I'm looking for something with great bass flavor, perhaps in a smoothie form.


well, my friend, you need a bass-o-matic!
 
2014-08-07 02:55:37 PM  

Sybarite: I'm still waiting for a crunchy, all-beef taco, smothered in nacho cheese, lettuce, tomato and a special southwestern sauce then wrapped it in a soft, flour tortilla with a layer of refried beans in-between *then* wrapped that in a savory corn tortilla with a middle layer of Monterey Jack cheese with a deep-fried gordita shell, smeared with a little special "guacamolito" sauce, wrapped around the outside; then baked in a corn husk filled with pico de gallo, *then* wrapped that in an authentic Parisian crepe, filled with egg, gruyere, merguez sausage and Portobello mushroom, and of course the whole thing wrapped in a Chicago style deep dish meat lovers pizza, rolled up in a blueberry pancake, dipped in batter and deep-fried until it's golden brown and served it in all commemorative tote bag filled with spicy vegetarian chili. It's 15 great tastes all rolled into one!


meh.. go with this instead: 600,000 Calorie Triple Bypass Burger
 
2014-08-07 04:07:20 PM  

Igor Jakovsky: Rawhead Rex: Wow...and they're only, what? TWO DECADES late with this!?!?!?!

Your average college kid was born around the same time that this may or may not have been funny. I tried to watch some of those early 90s skits that I thought were hilarious back in the day and a lot of it just didnt hold up for me at least.


Please - you don't know awful SNL unless you lived through Jean Doumanian's half-season as producer in 1980.

/and the original cast were pretty hit-or-miss as well
//"Olympia Diner" and "Scotch Boutique" sketches again?
 
2014-08-07 04:35:47 PM  
That 1980 season was right before Eddie Murphy and, yes, Piscopo came in and saved the show!
Piscopo as Sinatra was awesome.
Eddie, in almost every character back then was, as well, awesome!
Then came Tim Kazurinsky, Mary Gross...some funny people after that.
 
2014-08-07 04:36:01 PM  

Leopold Stotch: I prefer Chocolate Salty Balls.


img.fark.net
 
2014-08-07 06:49:54 PM  
Haha I get this reference from Saturday Night Live!
 
2014-08-07 09:48:45 PM  
The mockery of npr a poster mentioned above is part if what makes it funny

Those of you too young to have lived through the fairly restrictive standards and censorship on television probably don't think saying something that sounds like sweaty balls is that big a deal. It was fairly risky to do it and the shock value made it funny as well. I'm not sure what snl could do now that would be the equivalent level if risk or shock value now. The culture has changed
 
2014-08-08 01:07:16 AM  

pendy575: The mockery of npr a poster mentioned above is part if what makes it funny

Those of you too young to have lived through the fairly restrictive standards and censorship on television probably don't think saying something that sounds like sweaty balls is that big a deal. It was fairly risky to do it and the shock value made it funny as well. I'm not sure what snl could do now that would be the equivalent level if risk or shock value now. The culture has changed


Colonel Angus would have words with you.
 
2014-08-08 05:50:03 AM  
So does this mean Stevie Nicks is really gonna open a Mexican restaurant in Sedona, too?
 
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