ejaculate/s, assorted body fluids!
-surely you're familiar with 'beef' by-products'??? i hope so, because even though i'm familiar with the term, after some 40 odd years, i still don't know exactly what they are??
one would find this term on the ingredients of something like say, "potted meats". -sounds like a 'marketeer special' term to me!...i guess in actuality, they would be chopped up animal buttles, or something close.
-either of these, 'pork' OR 'beef' by-products would make a 'dreamy' rock band name!! -any takers?? (of course, you won't want to publish this def. anyway, because its' too fucking good!!)
at carla's, i had to ask for a 'rag' to mop up the pork by-products!
he got pork by products all over his sheets, his 'jammies', his wall; everywhere........!
The name "Spam" was chosen in the 1930s when the product, whose original name—"Hormel Spiced Ham"—was far less memorable, began to lose market share. The name was chosen from multiple entries in a naming contest. A Hormel official once stated that the original meaning of the name Spam was "Shoulder of Pork and hAM". According to writer Marguerite Patten in Spam – The Cookbook, the name was suggested by Kenneth Daigneau, brother of the Hormel vice president and an actor.
Other explanations of the origin of the term include the acronym "Specially Processed American Meat", "Spiced Pork And haM", "Specially Processed Army Meat", and "SPAre hAM"; there are also some less-than-serious explanations, such as "Synthetically Produced Artificial Meat", "Some Parts Are Meat", "Someone's Pigs Are Missing", or "Stuff Posing As Meat". The current official explanation is the SP and AM were taken from "SPiced hAM" to win a $100 prize!
The humorous radio show Ask Dr. Science claimed it is an acronym for "Scientifically Produced Animal Matter", a product of the food synthesis experiments of the 1950s, whose "closest living relative was the Velveeta, a kind of synthetic jellyfish."
According to Hormel's trademark guidelines, Spam should be spelled with all capital letters and treated as an adjective, as in the phrase SPAM luncheon meat. However, barring having entered into a contract requiring one to do so, no one is legally obliged to follow such trademark guidelines. As with many other trademarks, such as Lego or Kleenex, people often refer to similar meat products as "Spam".
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A tasty snack based product made from meat by-products (Human skin) for aliens. Similar to pork scratchings.
Appears on Futurama in the form of an advertisement in the opening credits of the episode "I Second That Emotion"
Clagnar's human rinds! It's a buncha muncha cruncha human!
Edible enjoyables prevalent in Texas and other southern U.S. states that are deep fried, barbequed, smothered in gravy, soaked in lard, slathered with animal by-products, and otherwise lack any hint of gourmet or cultural/ethnic ingredients. Primary nutrition of the redneck. Examples include the following 4 southern food groups: deep fried twinkies, bacon, pork rinds, and Spam.
Jim Bob and Bettie Lou hit the local all-you-can-eat buffet for their nightly fix of bubba grub.
Bubba grub is to the South what tofu is to Northern California.
The popularity of liposuction in Texas is undoubtedly related to the compulsive consumption of bubba grub.
From the Iberian peninsula (formed by Spain and Portugal). It's especially used w/ pork products (made from Spanish black pig) and/or men ("Iberian male", a hot and powerful lover).
1st case: The Iberian ham is excellent.
2nd case: Take it easy, you "Iberian male", I bet you didn't f*ck so many ladies.
1. (v) a synonym for "copulation" that involves a shlong, meat-stick, crotch-worm or otherwise penis-esque object...also synonymous with "fuck", "pork" and "greasing the blood log"
2. (v) a 23rd century process by which the bratwurst bots of Northern Latvia converted 30,000 hapless peasants into their unwilling thralls.
3. (v) a 24th century slang term for manipulating the uneducated into eating primitive 21st century meat products made from the ground sphincter-gristle of pigs
"Hey baby, why don't you come back to my place and let me wienerize you?"
"Just lemme take off my sullied adult diapers and we can start the process of wienerization, baby!"
"The corpse of Monika Pavils was found in Northern Latvia today, her prefrontal cortex replaced by a log of kielbasa in an apparent attempt at wienerization gone wrong..."
1: To spend such prolonged time in the sun, or influenced by extreme emotion such as embarrassment or anger that your face turns a bright hue of red.
2: A fledgling indie Super Hero character (patent and trademark pending) who has the facial attributes that of a lobster.
- 2A: Notable markings and characteristics; bright red face, tendency to lie, a bike rack on a Saturn only used to transport pork products.
3: a person who works a low tier job maintaining hardware who becomes easily agitated when questioned, therefore ball and clenching their fists forcing blood to the surface of the skin causing a red glow.
Note: Often confused with other red faced creatures/animals such as Baboons. While they bare similar qualities (red face and easily irritable). they are entirely two different dullards.
1. "I asked Erik if he was available on Monday and he said he had to be done by 11pm. When I asked why, and inferred he has a crap job... he got all lobster faced on me."
2. "Hey Erik, I don't think you should apply more Banana Boat tan lotion, you're already a Lobster Face as is."
3. "That Lobster Faced buffoon is a total Rudy."*
4. "Is Lobster Face available?"*
*These assume a person known to two or more people has already been designated and commonly referred to as Lobster Face.