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(Yahoo)   Actual headline: "Grandma's Moistening Kettle May Have Held Off Flu." In related news, subby can't decide if "Grandma's Moistening Kettle" is a great name for a band or a really disturbing euphemism   ( divider line
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2009-02-10 12:18:12 PM Full Size
2009-02-10 1:03:15 PM  
2009-02-10 2:08:57 PM  
Yeah, Subby, I'm gonna have to go with the really disturbing mental image for the win.
2009-02-10 2:11:09 PM  
Sounds like a Pink Floyd song to me, prehaps an unused track from the "Atom Heart Mother" album.

Maybe it was a companion piece to "Alan's Psychedelic Breakfast?"
2009-02-10 2:44:34 PM  
My vote is 'Really Disturbing.'
2009-02-10 3:30:20 PM Full Size
2009-02-10 3:34:03 PM  
Why can't it be both?
2009-02-10 3:36:46 PM  
Lionel Mandrake made me spit water on the screen.
2009-02-10 3:38:10 PM  
Is there a moistening pot to call the moistening kettle black?

2009-02-10 3:41:27 PM  
First I was like WUT?
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But then I GILF'ed

[image from too old to be available]
2009-02-10 3:47:50 PM  
2009-02-10 3:48:43 PM  
There's gotta be a teabag joke in there somewhere but I can't find it.
2009-02-10 3:48:44 PM  
Spoilsbury Toast Boy, anyone?
2009-02-10 4:00:06 PM  
Now that's a fine kettle of fish, it is.
2009-02-10 4:06:14 PM  
The word "Moist" really just needs to go away. In modern times there really is no need for it at all.
2009-02-10 4:07:31 PM  

jlawn001: Spoilsbury Toast Boy, anyone?

Auuuugh I thought I had finally managed to forget that scene, damn you. :)
2009-02-10 4:23:21 PM  
I've always preferred "roughin up a suspect"
2009-02-10 4:23:49 PM  
Probably not as effective as grandma's potato chowder.
2009-02-10 4:35:31 PM  
Subby: Great farking headline. Take a bow.
2009-02-10 4:44:16 PM  
I GIS'd 'Grandma's Moistening Kettle.'

The Google, it does nothing.
2009-02-10 6:04:23 PM  
future Fark username, any takers?
2009-02-10 11:43:39 PM  
Band Name. Totally. Fark tag? hmmmm....
2009-02-11 12:34:40 AM  
Really hates the word "moist"

/slash fiction!
2009-02-11 12:38:19 AM  
Oh, for love of Pete!

here's the pic that was supposed to be there.

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2009-02-11 12:40:50 AM  
my grandmother used to do this, and my mother also. Never knew it kept flu away, just thought it kept me from getting nose bleeds from the dry air.

/oh yeah...moist
///i can do this all day.
2009-02-11 12:47:00 AM  
You could use an ordinary tea kettle, but that one up there is made for the purpose.
2009-02-11 12:53:49 AM  

evil rhinobird: Really hates the word "moist"

/slash fiction!

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Horribly named product. 1-day Moist? ick
2009-02-11 4:38:05 AM

Is intrigued
2009-02-11 10:19:11 AM  

abb3w: Probably SFW, but mind bleach required.

"Gash of Madness!" I love it!
2009-02-11 12:47:00 PM  
I vote for really disturbing euphemism
2009-02-11 1:26:08 PM  
Neti Pot!
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