Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by illini fan, May 7, 2012.
She can't be serious...
This fat cunt....
It's a cookbook for people who want to gain weight and lose their hair.
It's like Artie writing a fitness book.
I wish they would let the callers through about this. That would be good radio.
Bigfoot is in the process of producing a book
on achieving and maintaining mental health tentatively
titled "How to Silence the Voices in Your Head"
ETM's writing a book too. It's called "walking tall".
this. but the show's 'evolved'
That's ridiculous--any fitness minded person knows that all you need to do is play some pick-up basketball and you'll be in shape in no time.
Wouldn't you want a fat person writing a cookbook? Who the better to know about food?
Delia Smith has some fantastic recipes, and she's overweight. Jaime Oliver's carrying a few extra pounds last time I saw him, too.
It's the idea that it's a healthy cookbook that's a total joke.
The only cookbook anyone needs to own. There is no doubt in my mind that it's Ruffy approved too.
Don't worry, It will be in the 94 cent bargain bin next to Gilbert's "Rubber Balls & Liquor" book.
Interesting side note. On one episode of the Penn's Sunday School podcast, a cohort CORRECTED Gilbert -- his entire book was based on his MISUNDERSTANDING of a classic old vaudeville joke. Apparently the RIGHT line was "rubber buns and liquor".
Gilbert had screwed it up and turned it into something weirder. (But not intentionally.)
Edit: My mistake -- the RIGHT vaudeville sketch has one vendor shouting "Rubber Balloons!" and the other vendor shouting "Liquor!".
Why does she always look like she smells something nasty when she smiles?
the fatter someone gets, normally the more qualified they become to write a cook book... but when you cant find vegetables in France...
She has clearly demonstrated she is great at eating...
Robin is to cook book as Shuli is to joke book
I dunno, homemade french fries are underrated if you ask me, be interested to see what other greasy "vegan" sides she can offer to go with my burgers and barbecue.
Robin, Write, Pen?