Causing someone to lose determination or confidence; discouraging or dispiriting:
The man who has explored the “Perfect Meal” creates a new Bacon Patch for those who are jonesing for a little piggy…
Are your “Meat Cravings” driving you wild. Feeling a little animal instincts coming on in the middle of the night… HOWL, HOWL
The all new wearable meat patch is here… This is for all you veggie heads that can’t handle being without… It’s all about the flavor.
The All new “Scratch and Sniff” Meat Lovers Patch… Every time you scratch it, you get a burst of bacon… Ummmm Yummy.
This could be dangerous for models and those types of people who don’t eat in the first place. Just think the new diet concept…
Everyone at the Grammy’s can wear the snacks in a patch under their sleeves.
Meet the mad scientist and creator Prof. Charles Spence. He is an experimental psychologist at the University of Oxford. He is the head of the Crossmodal Research group which specializes in the research about the integration of information across different sensory modalities. He also teaches Experimental Psychology to undergraduates at Somerville College. He is currently a consultant for a number of multinational companies advising on various aspects of multisensory design. He has also conducted research on human-computer interaction issues on the Crew Work Station on the European Space Shuttle, and currently works on problems associated with the design of foods that maximally stimulate the senses, and with the effect of the indoor environment on mood, well-being, and performance. Charles has published more than 500 articles. So as you can see he knows his shit.
Finally this research can be viable with todays “meatless market”. A plant based company asked the “Flavor Professor” to create the patch for them. Hoping this will help bring the “Meat Eaters over to the Vegan side.
Well that’s our Science information for today….
HAPPY THANKSGIVING !!!!
Margarine originated with the discovery by French chemist Michel Eugène Chevreul in 1813 of margaric acid.
A new recipe was created in response to a competitive challenge from the French govern by order of Napoleon III. Who was looking for a cheap and stable substitute for butter to feed the military troops and lower class of French population. Napoleon offered a big prize to anyone who could pull it off.
In 1869 Hippolyte Mège-Mouriès, during the Franco-Prussian wars improved margerine. Won the prize from Napoleon III for best improved recipe for margarine.
The original formulation of margarine was made with beef fat. Today most margarine is produced with vegetable oil.
FALSE… Not even slightly true. Even though it had been rumored for many centuries that the contest margarine from the other contestants was fed to the turkeys and they died. People had said Napoleon was “Testing the Product” to make sure no one was making something to poison the troops and the people of France. Not one turkey was killed by margarine.
Pittsburgh is living up to its name… No One was hurt.
This is an advertisement for some under garment that gives your rear end a lift.
I thought what a unique idea to put a poof of something being released back here!!!
I captioned this “It’s Been A Ruff Day“
Thankful for the Laughter of today
Do you ever wish there was a train track in your back yard?
Just beyond your fence.
Close enough to get “Thrown Under The Train”… hahahaha
Oh Hell they do that everyday on the soap operas…
Throwing them under the train when the last straw has been pulled…
KARMA IS A BITCH…. hehehe
Karma (Sanskrit: कर्म; IPA: [ˈkərmə] ( listen); Pali: kamma) means action, work or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect). Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering. Karma is closely associated with the idea of rebirth in many schools of Asian religions. In these schools, karma in the present affects one’s future in the current life, as well as the nature and quality of future lives – one’s saṃsāra.