April 27th, 2007

amd: Luke Cheuh & Teresa MTZ

snake omelet

Strange. I never realized until I wrote today's subject line that I don't know how to spell "omelet" (and possibly don't pronounce it right either!). That buried "e" in the middle of the word bothers me. What's its purpose? It looks like it's there to subvert the word and change it from a hot egg dish into some kind of obscure Edwardian poetry terminology.

Anyway, I have some really odd photos in my collection and I don't even remember where most of them came from. Take today's for example. Are those real eggs? Real snakes? This photo shoot looks like it was a lot of work.

ETA: Definitely not real snakes. Unless they stole the fake eyes from the bunnies to replace the ones they lost in the war.

ETA: d_eggman69 pointed out an alternate spelling: omelette. Google has assured me that "omelette" is more common than "omelet" but I still think they both look weird.

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