Is this the express line?
Blog Guy, it’s a couple of days before the end of February and there hasn’t been a single sign of the onrushing Apocalypse this month. I’m feeling much better already.
Then you’re living in a dream world, buddy. I just saw one of the clearest signs ever. It turns out a specialist ice cream parlor plans to serve up breast milk ice cream.
OMG! Where are they getting the milk for that?
From mothers who answered an online ad.
Ewwwww! Now I understand the headline you put on this blog item. I have to agree this is definitely a sign of the Apocalypse.
No it’s not. The actual sign is, the place plans to charge $23 a serving, so they expect to find customers who are nuts AND rich!
What do you call a shop like this, anyway?
I believe it’s called a brasserie.
Do you think this place has a real, sustainable marketing plan for this product?
Yeah, and it boils down to one sentence: There’s no shortage of boobs in the world.
Women breast feed their babies in an attempt to break a world record for simultaneous breast feeding at a small sports center in Paranaque, south of Manila May 2, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett reacts after taking a bite of a Dairy Queen vanilla orange ice cream bar at the Berkshire Hathaway annual meeting in Omaha May 1, 2010. REUTERS/Rick Wilking