I think I told you a couple weeks ago about a new project I was working on, an art gallery called Super Precious with regular group shows featuring art inspired by a certain theme. Last week in conjunction with Boston Bacon and Beer Week we did a pop up opening of the latest show, art inspired by bacon and/or beer. The pieces above are just 4 of 18 pieces for the show. I’m psyched about how the art came out, psyched to get this all going. We’ve got the next couple themes planned out, I think you’ll like them. Check out superprecio.us to see (and buy) all the pieces.
“I’d go to a banquet in honor of those Somali pirates if they served bacon wrapped shrimp.”
“I call this Turf and Turf.”
“Fish meat is practically a vegetable.”
“You had me at meat tornado.”
Tom Haverford told us all about some of his investments tonight. They were, “the best investment ideas I’ve ever head in my life.”
Make-A-Baby Tuxedo clothing line.
A department store with a guest list.
White fur ear muffs for men.
Contact lenses that display text messages.
Invent a phone that smells good.
Own a nightclub, call it Eclipse, that’s only open for one hour two times a year. Cover charge? Five THOUSAND dollars.
Update: Some people I’m married to think that the first idea is to “make a baby tuxedo clothing line” not make a clothing line called “Make-A-Baby”. This is valid criticism, but they’re both funny.
Tom Haverford was riffing about food on Parks and Recreation and I had to transcribe it. If I knew how to use the computer, I’d just put up the clip on Youtube, but this is how I do it.
“‘Serts are what I call desserts. ‘Tretres are entrees. I call sandwiches, sannies, samdoozles, Adam Sandlers. Air conditioners are Cool Blasterz with a z, I don’t know where that came from. I call cakes, big ol’ cookies. I call noodles long ass rice. Fried chicken is fry fry chicky chick. Chicken parm is chicky chicky parm parm. Chicken Cacciatore is chicky catch. I call eggs pre-birds or future birds. Root beer is super water. Tortillas are bean blankies. And I call forks food rakes.”