A man kills a deer and takes it home to cook for dinner. Both he and his wife decide that they won’t tell the kids what kind of meat it is, but will give them a clue and let them guess.
The dad said, “Well it’s what Mommy calls me sometimes.”
The little girl screamed to her brother,
“Don’t eat it. Its an asshole!
Thank you Frank, I hope you have had a word with your wife!
That reminds me of…. Many years ago, when visiting my wife’s large family, we didn’t tell our kids what the meat was in the chili my mother-in-law had made until after supper. It was raccoon. As far as I know, that’s the only time we ever had any.
Mike, I did not know raccoon was suitable to eat, not sure if I would like it.
It wasn’t terrible, as I recall, but it wasn’t something I would go out of my way for.
I don’t think we have them in our neck of the woods.
Ha ha! 😛
Glad you enjoyed it!
Ha, ha! We used to eat rabbit until the kids got big enough to figure out what it was and that was that.
Celia, many years ago while staying in a hotel in Austria as part of a group, we were due to be late back in the evening. A set meal for the group was organised and on arrival we were ushered straight to the dining room. The meal arrived and looked and smelt wonderful. One lady tentatively tasted a morsel and announced for all to hear “This is Bambi. They expect us to eat Bambi!” It was venison and no problem for me, I was the only person to clean my plate, everyone else downed tools and starved!
We had Bambi for dinner one Xmas, I remember. Was delicious!
You had it a few times here in the house, It was very tasty.
I hope I never see the day when I’m served a steaming plate of You Lazy Good-For-Nothing Bastard.
Nick, I hope you are not talking about me! 😉
Ha Ha, disgusting and funny.
Dianne, a good lesson about what we say when children are present, no matter how distracted they seem.
Our neighbor’s son & his friend come clear across the U.S. every year to hunt elk at our cabin (10,400 ft. altitude). This fall they were skinning it in Mark’s father’s driveway. I saw it skinned but with fur still around the asshole. I asked. Mark said they wouldn’t be eating that part.
An unlikely comment but it fits right in here.
I bet they wouldn’t!