The compound is under construction. Gathering enough plywood, galvanized tin and used trailers takes time, not to mention stockpiling all the shotgun ammo, canned goods and bourbon.
The great thing about Spry is that it doubles as pomade, at least in certain states and regions.
Hmmm....pomade?I was thinking of rubbing it somewhere else.C'mon...I can't be the only one who thought that way?!!?
I am lost whats spry and whats pomade????
Pomade is a hair product katy. Personally, I'm a Lay-Rite man myself.Jin, remember the butter scene from Last Tango in Paris? Hooooo boy.Johnny, the problem with that is that in hot weather it draws flies.
That cinches it - I'm going to haul out the tub of lard (insert snide joke here) and bake something healthful and thrifty.
You're not a Dapper Dan man?
Lulu, I would love to be a Dapper Dan man, I'd be a natural, but alas--Dapper Dan only exists as props and novelty items, not as the real goo. I like my Lay-Rite--it's almost like old butch wax, it smells good, and it doesn't make the pillow greasy.Barbara, please. It's Spry Pure Vegetable Shortening, NOT "lard". I personally prefer lard.
You tease us with a lovely cover ... and then you don't share a fabulous recipe? Bad Bubs!
Now now Beth. Just wait.
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