Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Do You Smoke Grass?

[Editor’s comment: This title and subsequent messages are not to be discerned as advocating for the legalization of any illicit drug that is not monitored and regulated by the FDA. There are many mind-altering and physically damaging substances (many which are legal) that have been used to the demise of many families and communities (this author included) and it is not my intention to make light of the great perils of our society. “Grass” and “Smoke” are merely used as a figurative expression of paronomasia (a pun, or play on words) to conjoin two dissimilar ideas or actions with vocabulary that is fitting with the verbose lexicon of our vernacular. And being that we are Easily-A-Muse, it may also be sequestered to the musings of an idiosyncratic individual who is simply easily amused by the slapstick wit that seems to propagate within the bounds of his cranial lobe. Please post any commentary that you may proffer below or you may elect to sophisticate your statements by scripting to easilyamuse@gmail.com.]

A true story of have a chili dinner can really turn the heat up...

3rd Annual Daytona Party and Chili Cookoff

6 cans of kidney beans
2 cans of black beans
4 cans corn
6 cans of diced tomatoes
4 lbs venison hamburger
2 pounds of hot venison sausage:
= $50

velveeta cheese
2lbs of hot venison sausage:

A frantic call to 911 at 12:45 to let them know that the fire you started in your fire pit has ignited:
your yard
your neighbor’s yard
your neighbor’s house
your other neighbor’s yard and smoked his house
and another neighbor’s yard
and another neighbor’s yard
all to start the party off with a bang:


(Hi, I Smoked Grass This Weekend)

(that is NOT snow on the ground)

(Someone Else Smoked My Grass This Weekend)

(And in case you were wondering, the grass is NOT greener on the other side)

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