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51. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

Quoting Isadora

Quoting lagered

at least one OLD person was able to arise to the challange.

One question about the source of your knowledge remains... did you consult a farmer's almanac for guidance or the internet?

Did you also make a pie before/during/after responding to this post?

Both - The Farmer's Almanac on the internet. And no, didn't bake a pie yet though it is National Lemon Meringue Pie Day so I'm thinking about it... It just took awhile to get the information since the search function doesn't understand text messaging shorthand and I had to type it all out the long way.

Thats because the Famer's Alamanc is.... OLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Quoting lagered

Why do you and beerman ask for a dollar everytime? If its for pie, I'll give you a dollar! One Only! It should help buy some plastic coverings for your furniture!

Plastic covers?? Are you planning to visit because I'll definitely need them for that! I'll need another dollar.

To answer your question - nothing is free in this world except advise. Cough up the buck, Buckwheat.

well you know how i like to stick to my furniture! Does anyone else find it funny that a generation that didnt have condoms put plastic coverings on their furniture?

My generation only pays for material goods. Therefore, I have $1.00 for pie!

[ Edit: Edited on Aug 15, 2007, at 6:23 AM by lagered ]

52. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 9y

Quoting lagered

well you know how i like to stick to my furniture! Does anyone else find it funny that a generation that didnt have condoms put plastic coverings on their furniture?

My generation only pays for material goods. Therefore, I have $1.00 for pie!

We want you to feel at home here so hence the need for plastic covers. Our furniture is older than the invention of plastic furniture covers (which is why we don't have them). One would generally classify it as antique.

Ah.... Condoms have been around for a very long time... The Ancient Egyptians used them...

53. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 9y

Quoting lagered

My generation only pays for material goods. Therefore, I have $1.00 for pie!

...throws huge lemon meringue pie in Lagered's face....runs away laughing.........after taking a few pics........

Lagered as of this morning

Ha...that's for the old comments.....ouch, I think I hurt myself!!! Anybody got any ibuprofen? I'd better sit down.

54. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

I thought they used honey...

Mmmmmm honey... could be used to sweeten... a Pie!!

I bet Old people have used honey to sweeten a lot of pies... Thoughts?

55. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

pictures of isa and beerman?

http://www.oldpeoplearefunny.com/pictures/

most likely!!!

56. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 9y

Quoting lagered

I bet Old people have used honey to sweeten a lot of pies... Thoughts?

Yes, glad you asked.

We oldsters have used honey for centuries to sweeten all sorts of body parts...uh, er, I mean pastries and pies. Long before your generation was conceived and packaging was invented, we used to have what were known as "farms", where people would produce "food" for other people to "consume". People called "farmers" would grow and harvest the "food" for the rest of us to "eat". It was good "food", and people were healthy. People ate carrots to maintain healthy eyesight...we didn't have no stinkin' laser eye clinics. We didn't have lasers, 'ceptin' in them Buck Rogers penny comics. By cracky, I remember it well. Dale Arden was bein' kidnapped by Martians, an' ol' Buck he jumped in his fancy dancy rocket ship at blasted off to save her. Well, just as Buck got close, them damn Martians got to pluggin' Buck's ship full o' lead buckshot. It looked like Buck was a goner, but just when ya thought all was lost...........what? Oh, right, sorry, got sidetracked.

Then packaging was invented so you young 'uns wouldn't have to labor so damn hard like us. You have any idea what it's like to make your own sugar from cane? No, 'cause we done invented Sweet&Low™ fields fer ya ta harvest. Even you whippersnappers could pick up them little pink packets out of the fields. Ya all got it too easy, I tell ya.......we used to have to put on bee costumes just to fetch us some honey fer our mornin' cereal, which we had to make fresh every day by harvestin' the wheat and grindin' it into powder.

So there, punk. Up yours sonny.

57. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

Were the dinosaurs actually green?

Did you make pies for them?

Yes, thank you for the sweet n low™ now everyone can go blind! How completely kind of your generation to package cigarettes, sweet n low™ and invent television and then go on to blame my generation for being fat and cancerous.

We (not old peoples) applaud your old pie making ways.

58. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 9y

Quoting lagered

Were the dinosaurs actually green?

Yes

Did you make pies for them?

No, damn lizards were too messy....couldn't teach 'em to use forks and napkins.

Yes, thank you for the sweet n low™ now everyone can go blind! How completely kind of your generation to package cigarettes, sweet n low™ and invent television and then go on to blame my generation for being fat and cancerous.

Revenge is a dish best served cold, kid

We (not old peoples) applaud your old pie making ways.

59. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 9y

Ok, that's it. I'm not eating anything that's with honey for the rest of the month. Thanks for all the images!

60. Posted by lagered (Budding Member 230 posts) 9y

Revenge is a dish best served cold, kid

I almost need a curator to restore your archaic comeback.

Museum tour guide chimes in... "Here we see a comeback from Cro-Magnon man circa 400 B.C." "You’ll notice how this age bracket became excellent at making pies, but they refused to serve them to dinosaurs because they didn’t believe in animal rights in this period."

(Audience is heard... "oooooooooo")

"Now on to our next exhibit... the first pie"