Sunday, February 22, 2009

Good Enough For John The Baptist

MacDonalds should have charged the "film production runner"(what the hell ever that is) extra for his unique meal.

Mr Turei should do two things.

First, go and read his Bible and second, realize that the cicada was far more nutritious than his fat laden fried potato chips or his Big Mac. It was full of fibre, protein, minerals, vitamins and other goodies.

Matthew Chapter 3, verse 4:-

4John's clothes were made of camel's hair, and he had a leather belt around his waist. His food was locusts and wild honey.


Kevin said...

Looks a it might be a bit staged... must have a decent wee camera, better than a 'cell camera look' one would expect.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Yes, I must admit the same thought crossed my mind. Doesn't half compare with the Kentucky Fried Mouse a friend of mine munched halfway through in 1972 in the car at 1030 (Perth) She got a bit put out when we all larrfed our bloody arses off.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Wooops, that was 10.30 pm (in the dark, see?)

LaFemme said...

I do not believe those wings ever saw a deep fryer. Just nonsense. They would have disintergrated.
But people like to believe bad things about big companies, especially multinationals.


We have lots of cicadas up here Adolf.
We will never starve if times get hard.
In fact we might have to kill them to sleep at night.

Oh and will the deep fried cicada taste as good as those chicken nibbles from new World that I enjoy.

David W said...

It's extraordinarily pedantic of me but I couldn't read this post without pointing out that cicadas and locusts aren't at all closely related - last shared a common ancestor back in the permian - in fact, we are more closely related to echidna and platypus than crickets are to the "true bugs". I understand both are quite tasty though.

Pique Oil said...

A film production runner is the gofer at the bottom of the pecking order.
If I had a cicada in my fries I would be back at their counter asap.