Thursday, November 27, 2008

Cooking With Passion

Here’s proof that our Famulus is not just a pretty, um, face.

Famulus informs us of a new cookbook entitled “Natural Harvest – A Collection of Semen-Based Recipes”.


“Semen is an exciting ingredient that can give every dish you make an interesting twist."

So if you enjoy cooking with passion, give it a try!



Infomaniac would now like to take this opportunity to wish our friends in the United States a Happy Thanksgiving.

Perhaps you can use this cookbook to create a nice stuffing for the turkey!

30 comments:

  1. I don't think that's a kosher recipe book!

    I was actually thinking about adding fish or oysters to this year's feast.

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, too!

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  2. EROS: Our Canadian Thanksgiving was in October but thanks anyway!

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  3. I think I'll give that book a miss.

    It seems wrong, don't know why.

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  4. Yuk , I am not eating Cafe C's 'Organic' soup again

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  5. Cat, the other white meat.

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  6. Don't forget to throw away the condom.

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  7. i only come here for the recipes but you use such hard to find ingredients!

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  8. mj...i could be wrong but i thought the twisting (not painful, but playful) happened prior to the semen thing...am i wrong?

    at least it's worked so far :)

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  9. IVD:You wouldn't know where to stick it!

    CYBERPOOF: I thought you'd gone back to small-town Denmark for a few days and we could talk behind your back.

    BEAST: Isn't that what they serve at Rubber Duck Homo Night at Cafe C?

    XL: What would Lola & RJ say if they heard you talking like that?

    SCARLET: But rich in protein.

    KAZ: Unless you favour that overcooked calamari texture.

    KYLIE: My houseboys could assist you with supplies.

    DAISY: Entertain us with your Puppetry of the Penis tricks.

    Can you make a Loch Ness Monster?

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  10. mj...i was a bit remiss in my last post...the twisting actions have to do with an oral action...or so i am reminded...:)

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  11. I've never quite been able to grasp how one could get SALMONella from uncooked Chicken?

    Apparently you can get it from Poultry, Pork, Beef, Dairy, Eggs Reptiles, and Rodents...
    Everything but f*cking Salmon!

    So make sure that your Turkey has safely reached 400 degrees F before you penetrate and start stuffing it with your own special semening..er seasoning..
    Ooch Ow eeks ouch

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  12. Freshly tapped from the trunnion I hope, not one of those deep-frozen thingies they regularily throw out the semen bank and cheap cookies snap for their lobstahfondue ...

    BTW that cat is only perverted.

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  13. soooo glad I'm a vegetarian.


    (I need you to come over and vote......)

    and often.

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  14. Yet another stop to be made on my marketing day rounds! As if I haven't enough to do already!




    ...and I'll never look at flan in the same way again...I always thought it had a suspicious texture...

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  15. DAISY: I bet you can tie a knot in a cherry stem with your tongue.

    TATER: Never eat at a restaurant called Sam and Ella’s.

    MAGO: With a side order of Franconian flan.

    BOXER: I already voted!

    Vote often?

    Are you making a mockery of democracy?

    LEAH: If Old Knudsen is in your neighbourhood, it should only take a minute or two.

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  16. mj...i actually had to prove that for the first time in many years when in ireland...and yes...i still have that talent :)

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  17. As a seman I can cook lots of salty sea dishes.

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  18. What is this Thanksgiving of which you speak? Are the Yanks celebrating getting shot of us lovely Limeys. Bleedin' ingrates.

    Seaman Staines makes a lovely ships biscuit.

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  19. The jerk-off chicken sounds like it would go down nicely.

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  20. Don't try the semen based recipes. Who wants to eat food that leaves a bitter aftertaste?

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    ...

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  21. Apparently, post vasecotmized semen is apparently less salty but lumpier..eeew...
    tastes great, more filling.

    I guess the proof is in the pudding!

    *cymbal crash
    ba-da-boom ba-da-bing
    Good night and don't forget to tip your servers!

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  22. DAISY: You little minx.

    MAGO: Tit for tat.

    KNUDSEN: Why does everything you cook have a crust on it?

    GARFY: Aren’t you thankful that I’m a Colonial?

    GEOFF: It’s the other white meat.

    BETTY: I wash everything down with Irish whiskey so I’d never notice.

    TATER: Do they still put “Pud” comics in bubble gum wrappers?

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  23. No such luck I've brought with me my trusty iPhone.

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  24. Tater: Why would post-vasectomized semen be lumpier? There's less "stuff" in it.... That just doesn't make sense. The less salty... well, maybe, because there is less protein... but lumpier?

    Another 'apparently' item is: every man has his own flavour....

    *notices all the male bloggers lining up for taste testing....*

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  25. Is that why grandpa loves to cook?

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  26. CYBERPOOF: Then you'll be able to see Filthy Friday.

    PONITA: Perhaps you can do the "research" on this one.

    CSI: I can't say for sure but I know why your grandma always took her false teeth out for him.

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