“Ah, yes, my psychiatrist, Hax Murderer. He has been helping me profile this ax murderer.”
what are you loving lately?
So, apparently this guy put in his will that his family go to dinner and tip $500 in his honor
since his family didn’t have the money, they took it to the internet
They’ve been able to do it 46 times all over the US
I’d probably cry like most of the people do in the videos on the website
I love how many of them immediately split or share it with other servers on their shift, and some even with other servers who aren’t on shift that day.
Since the dawn of the in-home party, there have been hosts and hostesses desperately scrambling to create the perfect scene, the perfect mood and the perfect menu, often on a budget and usually at the last minute. When I was younger we were at the tail end of the Jello Mold Era, a time in culinary evolution so horrific and gag-inducing as to haunt my palette to this very day, this very moment. If you know of the horror of mixed vegetables and fruits suspended in gelatin, you have my pity.
But this post is not about Jello, damn you! It is my own little spin on the eternal and perpetually lazy treat, Ants on A Log. So what exactly are “ants on a log” you cry, shout and bellow into the night?
What Ants on a Log is:
Celery sticks with peanut butter smeared all up in that celery crack and sprinkled with fuckin nasty raisins. BUT I HAVE A BETTER RECIPE! THIS IS IT!
It requires you make some substitutions, but at this point I imagine you fine people will have your shit together enough to handle this awesomeness.
Instead of peanut butter, you will be using some guacamole.
Instead of stupid celery, get some delicious tortilla chips.
Instead of raisins, use NO RAISINS.
And that’s it, folks! Enjoy your damn weekend!
This is my sister in-law’s blog, featuring my favorite post ever.