Eat Like A Snake

The Triple Whopper [contains] 3 Burger King 1/4 lb hamburger patties.

Snakes do not chew their food and have a very flexible lower jaw, the two halves of which are not rigidly attached, and numerous other joints in their skull (see snake skull), allowing them to open their mouths wide enough to swallow their prey whole, even if it is larger in diameter than the snake itself. It is a common misconception that snakes actually dislocate their lower jaw to consume large prey.

BMW Panty Remover

The 3 Series is BMW‘s entry-level luxury sedan, now in its fifth generation (E90). The car is also frequently attributed to BMW’s sales success and is a major volume production for the company.

Panties are undergarments. The term spread through American culture in the 1950s after women’s underwear became flashier and more colorful than traditional white cotton hygiene undergarments. Many people would agree there is a large cultural difference between typical underwear and panties, since the latter tends to carry different, more feminine influences.

Florence (Italian: Firenze) is the capital city of the region of Tuscany, Italy.

Forking IKEA

IKEA is a privately-owned, international, low-cost home products retailer that sells modern, utilitarian design furniture, much of which is assembled by the consumer. IKEA was founded in Sweden by Ingvar Kamprad and it is owned by a Dutch-registered foundation controlled by the Kamprad family. IKEA is an acronym comprising the initials of the founder’s name, Ingvar Kamprad, and home village, Elmtaryd, Agunnaryd.

In Western etiquette, there are two primary styles for using a knife and fork while eating. The style used mostly in the United States of America, which sometimes called the zigzag method, differs from the style mostly used in Europe and British Commonwealth countries.

Bugs Bunny makes friends with Kool-Aid

Bugs Bunny is an Academy Award-winning fictional animated rabbit who appears in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of animated films produced by Warner Bros., and is one of the most recognizable characters in the world. According to his biography, he was “born” in 1940 in Brooklyn, New York and the product of many creators.

An interesting side-effect of FDA Blue #5 (found especially in the Grape and Purplesaurus Rex flavors of Kool-Aid) causes human feces to turn green when the drink is taken in sufficient quantity. This is due to the fact that bile in the human intestine reacts with the food coloring, causing the color change. The effect is considered completely harmless, since there have been no reports of ill effects as a result of the reaction.

Buttering up to Keiju Margarine

Margarine, as a generic term, can indicate any of a wide range of butter substitutes. In many parts of the world, margarine has become the best-selling table spread, although butter and olive oil also command large market shares. Margarine is an ingredient in the preparation of many other foods. In some regions people may refer to margarine as butter in informal speech, but (at least in the United States and the European Community) laws forbid food packaging to refer to margarine as “butter”. Recipes sometimes refer to margarine as oleo or as shortening.

A lubricant (colloquially, lube, although this may also refer to personal lubricants) is a substance (usually a liquid) introduced between two moving surfaces to reduce the friction and wear between them. A lubricant provides a protective film which allows for two touching surfaces to be separated, thus lessening the friction between them.

Hot dog attacks Wall’s Sausages

Wall’s are a prominent manufacturer of sausages in the United Kingdom.

English, Scottish and Welsh sausages, or bangers (so named for their tendency to explode during cooking if poorly made), for example, normally have a significant amount of rusk, or bread crumbs, and are less meaty than sausages in other styles. Bangers are also used to make toad in the hole. They are an essential part of a full English breakfast, and are usually offered with an Irish breakfast. According to Sausagefans.com, in Britain alone there are over 470 different types of sausages. The British sausage was once the butt of a joke on Yes Minister, where it was to be renamed by European Union directive on all labels as the “Low Density, High Fat, Emulsified Offal Tube”.