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April 05, 2011
Ewwww :: 'mouse :: 0
“All I can think is this is the work of a bunch of very confused ex-meth-heads who were trying to get out of that business and go legit,” observed Detective Saunders, shaking his head at the huge vat of equine mush and vegetables and the thousands of empty bottles waiting to be filled labelled “horseradish.”
April 04, 2011
hot or not hot :: 'mouse :: 0
“I swear, the next person makes that tired old joke that I’m ‘not really that hot’ is gonna get peppersprayed in the face,” growled Officer Capsicum.
December 16, 2010
Ironic, eh? :: 'mouse :: 0
When perps took off running, Joe Molasses, the fastest sprinter on the force, would always take them down.
November 22, 2010
Cape Disappointment :: 'mouse :: 0

Frederico was extremely disappointed when, arriving at the appointed hour in new spandex wearing his best mask, his new girlfriend explained that when she said they’d be “pulling off capers” she meant picking them.

July 02, 2010
Aged Vanilla? :: 'mouse :: 0

“Hey, Chief,” shouted officer Gonzales across the crowded stationhouse, “Do you think we should open an investigation to see if this A&W Rootbeer campaign touting ‘made with aged vanilla’ means they’re passing off last-year’s moldy crop as some kind of marketing spin?”

June 29, 2010
I’m Bitter :: 'mouse :: 0
By 3:30pm the remaining coffee was only fit for cops.
May 03, 2010
Peppa’s Last Stand :: boot :: 0
Peppa knew she was going down, but she was putting every nose out of joint when she went.
April 23, 2010
Several thousand recipe books had to be recalled recently when they called for a “pinch of salt and ground black people, to taste.”
April 16, 2010
dna surprise :: 'mouse :: 0
It wasn’t until the dna tests came back that Mr. Coriander was able to convince the authorities that the abandoned child (dubbed “Baby Cilantro” by the media) was his, since the child looked nothing like him.
December 29, 2009

Many famous Ronco devices can be seen in the culinary sci-fi thriller, 2010 ~ A Spice Odyssey.

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