Thursday, August 31, 2006

Mmmmmm ...

I sampled my first Swedish meatball from IKEA today. Who knew that food from a furniture store could be so tasty?

12 comments:

rpm said...

Get your mom to take you to Sam's Club on the weekend for samples. People get wild in there.

Tigersan said...

Meat and furniture a good match? Well, me have seen stranger ;)

Oh... look, me have been away too long... part 2 of the exorcism is just below :)

Zeus said...

And did you say "Horje, horje, horje, horje, horje, horje!"?

Ok that was my pathetic Swedish chef impersonation. I apologize, Mugsy.

TransplantedOkie said...

You could furnish your entire compound for $12.98 and that INCLUDES meatballs if you went the IKEA route. I love that place!

Steer clear of the funky Swedish pear flavored fissy water....BLECH!

Kaluah-lu said...

Hmm.. interesting. I've also heard that Lillian August has stir fry and Drexel serves filet.

Nuzzles,
L

T-man said...

Ayatollah - My mom says that "dogs" are not allowed in IKEA. Even though dogs with blogs are superior beings, the people still view us as just "dogs". How did you pass through security? Were you in disguise?
T-man

Brandi said...

I wish we had and IKEA around here.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

These meatballs were of the frozen, take-home variety, T-Man. I send the humans out to get my food.

I let my Sam's Club membership lapse after I only went twice in one year, RPM. I still haven't finished off that giant pack of macaroni and cheese.

No need to apologize, Zeus. I was impressed.

Kaluah-lu said...

Oh, yes..
Please see the link I've posted with regard to my request. Payment in biscuits, bones, etc. is no object.

L

Sarah O. said...

Ayatollah, it's just wrong that Ikea won't let you shop. I bet you'd work up quite an appetite in the kiddie ball (room? pit? disease sharing zone?).

James Beauregard daPug said...

"Fizzy water" - I like that, transplantedokie! A new term is born into our household tonight.

Bro. Mugsy, haven't you heard what the filler is in those IKEA meatballs? It's sawdust, man!

You might have to buy 10,000 meatballs at Sam's...and the filler might be chicken beaks...but sawdust could stop you up, if you get my drift.

J. B.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

Gasp! Sawdust, Brother J.B.? I have never heard this assertion before. Is it listed on the ingredients? Perhaps I shouldn't complain, though. I suppose it's no different than eating newspapers or magazines, which I have been known to do.

In IKEA's defense, Sarah O., I've never been turned away there. I just let the humans do all my shopping.