|Here's some random text:
Once upon a time there was a boy. No one knows what his name was
because he was the only one who could pronounce it. One day he went to
the market, and he bought a carrot. Next, he went to the blacksmith,
and he bought and iron pot.
What did the boy make with the two items? When he came home, his mother asked him this question.
"Pancakes," he replied, and proceeded to make them.
"How it is that you can make pancakes out of a carrot and an iron pot?" the mother asked the boy.
"It is through magic, and next, I shall transform this flowerpot into a pot full of syrup!" the boy replied.
"Oh, my lovely petunias!" the mother cried.
"Calm yourself," the boy chided, "and we shall have the pancakes together."
And so they sat down together for a repast of pancakes.
However, before they took a bite, the mother said, "I think I shall have an omelette instead."
"Well, now you've done it," the boy sighed. "I shall have to go back to the market again."
|Here's some other stuff:
"When there's nothing left to burn, you have to set yourself on fire."
"The only source of knowledge is experience”
A stick person:
0 0 0 0
/|\ \|/ /|\ \|/
| | | |
/ \ / \ / \ / \
A recipe for:
1 T chili pdr
1 T cumin
1 t garlic pdr
1 t onion pdr
1/4 t pepper
1 t cornstarch.
Measurements can be adjusted to taste.
Add 1 cup water to 1 pound cooked ground meat, add
spice to taste, cook further to absorb water plump meat.