Tuesday, July 3, 2007

New Drug Will Make Great After Diner Mints


A new amnesia drug in the early stages of development at McGill University in Montreal may prove to be just the thing that fast food restaurants and other purveyor's of subpar food need to keep food critics from recalling what they have eaten and dissuading potential customers. Fatally flawed eateries like Olive Garden could put the drug in after dinner mints so that none of their customers will be burdened with remembering dishes like fettuccine alfredo made with tapeworms and wallpaper paste and bruschetta of diced red rubber on ceramic tile.

New Drug Deletes Bad Memories | LiveScience

6 comments:

blondee47 said...

the weirdest thing is that Captain Kirk aka William shatner is from montreal with the student union named after him!!

blondee47 said...

the Mcgill student union i mean

Bob del Grosso said...

blondee47
I see what you mean and wish that I could think more of it now. The good news is that I have confidence enough in my understanding of how my mind works that I will make sense of it soon.

CarolinaGirl said...

Does it go by the name "Sambuca"

Anonymous said...

Mark my words: Italy will invade us one day in retaliation for the Olive Garden. Between that and Macaroni Grill they're pretty pissed.

Jennie/Tikka

Crazy Raven Productions said...

Hi, just found your weblog a couple days ago and spotted this entry right after I read this story:

http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/asiapcf/07/12/cardboard.food.ap/index.html

"...like fettuccine alfredo made with tapeworms and wallpaper paste and bruschetta of diced red rubber on ceramic tile." Sounds like this baozi con artist could use a few of these amnesia pills.