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Rain Man
03-15-2005, 05:08 PM
Popcorn.

What's the nearest food product to popcorn? There is none. It's not corn, even if the seeds look like kernels. There's no other food like it in the world. That stuff was definitely planted here by aliens, and I intend to find out why.

Donger
03-15-2005, 05:10 PM
Popcorn.

What's the nearest food product to popcorn? There is none. It's not corn, even if the seeds look like kernels. There's no other food like it in the world. That stuff was definitely planted here by aliens, and I intend to find out why.

Rice cakes.

Rain Man
03-15-2005, 05:16 PM
Rice cakes.

Is that a clue?

Rice cakes....rice cakes...rice...china....cakes...birthday....china birthday...I'll find my answer at the terra cotta tombs in Xian, won't I?

Donger
03-15-2005, 05:19 PM
Is that a clue?

Rice cakes....rice cakes...rice...china....cakes...birthday....china birthday...I'll find my answer at the terra cotta tombs in Xian, won't I?

Rice cakes are the illegitimate offspring of popcorn.

Does not everyone know this?

Bwana
03-15-2005, 05:19 PM
Uh-Oh

beavis
03-15-2005, 05:23 PM
Rice cakes are the illegitimate offspring of popcorn.

Does not everyone know this?
Is that why popcorn tastes good, and rice cakes taste like styrofoam?

Calcountry
03-15-2005, 05:41 PM
Rice cakes are the illegitimate offspring of popcorn.

Does not everyone know this?And I thought it was bad googleing up what the difference was between rapeseed and canola was. :shake::p

keg in kc
03-15-2005, 05:57 PM
Kevin's off the meds again. God, I hope he doesn't suffocate himself with aluminum foil as he tries to keep the evil alien brain waves of death out.

Rausch
03-15-2005, 05:58 PM
Uh-Oh

Very nice.

But I like this one better...

chiefs4me
03-15-2005, 06:11 PM
You are crazy..

Warrior5
03-15-2005, 06:17 PM
You have potentially wasted what would've been an excellent anti-troll thread.

Having said that, one theory supporting alien introduction of popcorn into our diets is to plant an invisible mutant DNA strain that will eventually take over the entire human population, making us ripe for colonization.


...adding butter to the popcorn.

badgirl
03-15-2005, 06:20 PM
Popcorn.

What's the nearest food product to popcorn? There is none. It's not corn, even if the seeds look like kernels. There's no other food like it in the world. That stuff was definitely planted here by aliens, and I intend to find out why.
corn pops are kinda like pop corn but sweet.

Chan93lx50
03-15-2005, 06:41 PM
Maybe that explains why we have such good popcorn farts?

mikey23545
03-15-2005, 06:58 PM
Look, stick man, if you know what's good for you, you'll forget all about this alien popcorn thing.

Braincase
03-15-2005, 07:49 PM
Swamp Gas.

CosmicPal
03-15-2005, 07:57 PM
Dude, stay away from the popcorn. You mess this up, I'll have the Planet strip you, tie you up, drench you in butter and oil, and leave you on a blanket of aluminum foil all day long on a scorching, sunny August day.

I can't watch a good film without some popcorn- so back off of any research- some things are better left unknown.

Ultra Peanut
03-15-2005, 09:51 PM
You are crazy..
SUPER CRAZY

<img src="http://slam.canoe.ca/WrestlingImagesS/supercrazy_living.jpg" style="width: 240px; height: 179px; border: 0" alt="" />

badgirl
03-15-2005, 09:53 PM
SUPER CRAZY

<img src="http://slam.canoe.ca/WrestlingImagesS/supercrazy_living.jpg" style="width: 240px; height: 179px; border: 0" alt="" />
SUPER DUPER CRAAAAAZY ROFL

trndobrd
03-15-2005, 10:09 PM
Kevin, consider why Jiffy Pop (the greatest of the gourmet popcorns) comes in an ALUMINUM FOIL container....hmmmm?

Rain Man
03-15-2005, 10:23 PM
Kevin, consider why Jiffy Pop (the greatest of the gourmet popcorns) comes in an ALUMINUM FOIL container....hmmmm?


And is it a coincidence that when it finishes popping it fits perfectly on my head? I think not.



I should also point out that several people on the east coast recently bought Cracker Jacks, and their prize at the bottom of the box was an anal probe. I read that somewhere, so I'm sure it's true.

milkman
03-15-2005, 11:07 PM
You have potentially wasted what would've been an excellent anti-troll thread.

Having said that, one theory supporting alien introduction of popcorn into our diets is to plant an invisible mutant DNA strain that will eventually take over the entire human population, making us ripe for colonization.


...adding butter to the popcorn.

Wow, this theory makes me, potentially, the planet's only hope, since I can't stand popcorn, and haven't eaten any since the first time I tried it back in the '60s.

trndobrd
03-16-2005, 12:00 AM
Wow, this theory makes me, potentially, the planet's only hope, since I can't stand popcorn, and haven't eaten any since the first time I tried it back in the '60s.


Yeah, a lot of people tried new stuff in the '60s. It was in the mid-sixties that Orville Redenbacher was crossing the country in his Magic Popcorn Bus, giving free samples of the goods to the youth of our nation. I read on a weblog from that some of the original Haight-Asbury crowd were disciples of Redenbacher, before word spread that he was financed by the CIA.

Mr. Flopnuts
03-16-2005, 12:14 AM
And is it a coincidence that when it finishes popping it fits perfectly on my head? I think not.



I should also point out that several people on the east coast recently bought Cracker Jacks, and their prize at the bottom of the box was an anal probe. I read that somewhere, so I'm sure it's true.




BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHACANIHAVEONE?

Count Zarth
03-16-2005, 12:17 AM
Columbus Discovered More Than America

When Columbus came to America, he discovered that the residents used unusual white puffy objects strung together by a strand to decorate their hair. They also ate the puffy white objects and made them into jewelry. These "puffs" werenít very sturdy and seemed to be commonly used and eaten by everyone. It was popcorn.

It is reported by historians that popcorn was found in the Americas (North and South) prior to its being transplanted to Europe. The Indians who attended the first Thanksgiving feast are said to have brought some popcorn with them. The American colonists ate popcorn like cereal with cream poured over it.

The Indians of Peru also enjoyed popcorn snacks thousands of years ago. In fact, scientists who discovered 1000-year-old popcorn decided to see if the popcorn would still pop ó and it did! Now, thatís a hearty seed! The May, 1997 Botany Column has information on the versatility and heartiness of seeds.
Popcorn is a Grass

Popcorn is one of the five types of commercially grown corn. Corn is classified as a grass because of its bladelike leaves and tubular, jointed stem. One can examine the grass growing wild in a field, the grass in a park or backyard and then compare both to a growing stalk of popcorn. The grass in the park is similar to a miniaturized version of the corn plant.

Popcorn is a member of the family Poaceae. The name "poa" refers to grass and its "blade-like leaf." The genus of popcorn is Zea. Zea refers to the way a corn plant produces coarse grains on its ears. The scientific name for popcorn is Zea mays mays.