Saturday, February 14, 2009

Happy VD

This is a chocolate bar.
Cranky gave it to me this morning.
I wonder what he'd like me to give him.

28 comments:

Katie said...

My husband was disappointed that he didn't think of that.

cookiecrumb said...

Yes, but you can still give him your special gift.
;)

ChrisB said...

Nod nod wink wink!

Anonymous said...

I like your punny shoutout to venereal disease!

dancingmorganmouse said...

Now I wish I'd kept the "rude" pasta we had some way back.
A pox on pantry moths.

cookiecrumb said...

Chris: You are something! xxoo

Anonymous: Yes, and when Mother Theresa finally gets beatified, we can celebrate STD.

Morgan: Oh, I know that pasta. Hee.
Listen, you can deter the pantry moths by putting bay leaves on your shelves. Be generous. It really works.

Kel said...

i so nearly bought this for my husband but felt too embarrassed by the big guy at the counter![insert some comment about the real thing here] lol. next year.

Barbara said...

Too funny.

Vanessa said...

This is priceless. Thank you! :)

Sam said...

I can't believe you put things like this on the internet for my coy mother to see!

Zoomie said...

Opportunity, I think.

dancingmorganmouse said...

Right, secateurs are sharp, I’m off to denude the bay tree, it was looking a little shaggy anyway.

Greg said...

Good golly miss molly!

**April** said...

One, two, three, four. Um, is the function of the middle person in the back to hold the whole puzzle together? (wide eyed scientific approach ...)

Mary Coleman said...

I can't stop laughing.

cookiecrumb said...

Kel: Cranky had to ASK for it. It was being kept under the counter. It's a sort of word-of-mouth (ew) transaction.

Barbara: I almost hate to bite into it.

Vanessa: Can you see the gold dust on the surface? It's actually some kind of chocolate powder...

Sam: Au contraire! Where do you think I get all my bawdy jokes from nowadays? Witty Wednesday. Yep.

Zoomie: That's nicely put.

Morgan: I love my bay tree. Love it. Good luck.

Greg: It's just a piece of candy!!

April: I agree, she's keeping them in tight. Maybe she has Kleenex duty, too.

Mary: I am too, a whole day later.

Zoomie said...

**April**, #4 just likes to watch...

The Spiteful Chef said...

I'm a little turned on by your chocolate. Is that so wrong?

cookiecrumb said...

Spiteful: No, that's the whole point! And then you get to put it in your mouth.

beautifulwreck said...

Subtle!

liberal foodie said...

lucky day for him, I bet.

Brittany said...

AWESOME gift.

He just made husbands everywhere look bad.

namastenancy said...

Oh My God- food, chocolate and porn all in one. Very very clever. Plus the comments (most of them) are even more clever. Cranky is also clever and I hope that you rewarded him as he deserves.

Alisa@Foodista said...

I took one good look and started laughing! Wish I could buy a chocolate like that and give it to my husband, he's crazy about chocolates :)

Anita (Married... with dinner) said...

brings a whole new meaning to "food porn" :D

("kleenex duty", guffaw)

cookiecrumb said...

BeautifulWreck: Heh. Subtle, it's not. It's really quite a work of art.

Liberal Foodie: I think Valentine's Day is overrated as a romantic holiday. Can't we have sex whenever we want? Yes.

Brittany: He's awesome. The great part is he loves to go out and shop for stuff.

Nancy: Cranky cannot be sufficiently rewarded. He is my god, my housewife, my bill payer, my trash day rememberer, my chauffeur...

Alisa: You can click on the link, but they don't seem to be advertising this particular item on their web site...

Anita: Well, you know... Kleenex to wipe away tears of laughter. Like that.

bb said...

VD may be the operative word there. THAT is funny!! Um, well played, Cranky....I think!

cookiecrumb said...

bb: I think Cranky did the right thing. What's funny is I probably wouldn't have bought that for him. Valentine's Day = pink socks or some such.