This barbeque apparently shoots a twenty-pound roast pig down your throat.
The problem is that when you go up, the cook often says the same thing:
“I know what you’re thinking. Did he fire six pigs or only five? Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement, I’ve kinda lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum cooker, the most powerful bar-b-que in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel hungry? Well, do ya punk?”
16 thoughts on “Bar-B-Que With a Bang”
HeHeHe. Really very innovative and extremely hilarious. Thanks for sharing.
WOW. Hilarious and also gorgeous. Really a cool idea. GO Texas. Thanks for sharing.
“This could be the perfect weapon to fight fundamentalist Islam. Tasty, sacrilegious and mildly threatening in an entertaining way.”
It looks like an Improvised Sauce Splattering Device. imagine what kind of unwholey horror will ensue if teh islummofaccysts get ahold of this weapon!
must kick pretty hard when it fires a large pig. better have good insurance.
(“when unloaded pigguns are outlawed, only outlaws will have unloaded pigguns”)
This thing is in a parking lot and has wheels to travel. I wonder what people think when they see this thing closed and hauled behind a pick up truck? Oh, I forgot! This is TX, so they probably think “I gotta get me onna those.”
my first thought too. what part of texas is this from? tho mostly texicans favor cows not pigs.
HAHA. Cool cooker. I will also admit that the split second I saw that picture, I thought the same thing…TEXAS! Thanks for sharing.
Although we are most often on the opposite sides of opinions within this blawg, I will admit that the split second I saw that picture, I thought the same thing…Texas!
You can have my spatula when you take it from my cold, dead hand.
lol … You made my day!
GOOD ONE !!! I think this cooker has LOTS of friends in beach parties around Austin now days…
It doth make one wonder.
Palin family’s new Q?
This could be the perfect weapon to fight fundamentalist Islam. Tasty, sacrilegious and mildly threatening in an entertaining way.
But “I gots to know.”
Does it make the BBQ taste like gunpowder?
I’ve eaten and made BBQ many different ways, but I’ll have to say no recipe I’ve ever seen calls for saltpeter.
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