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27 September 2005

Blondes Have More Fun

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Just to keep up with the Drop Dead Red fine beverages from Ginapalooza. Props out to other hair color names in fine Northwest products. Actually, Redhook's Blonde Ale is their only brew I really like. Not just because of the name, but because of the taste. It has less 'weird microbrew flavor' and more 'yum' to it.

Unfortunately, I'm worried about the brunettes out there. "Brunette Bitter" or "Brown Brew" just sound a bit silly. Like it makes you think more of the actual hair or something, and I don't want to think about that whilst enjoying a fine brew. I could provde you with an exegesis on semantic categories of color and their relevant associations within the food and beverage industry, but, since it's sunny out today and I am not going to write much now, you are hereby spared. I was also going to say something about blondes and redheads kicking booty (in that order, of course; redheads will claim it's the other way around but that's only because they so want it to be true. Mwahahahhhaha!).

BTW, and this is for all hair colors: I'm only repeating what I hear because I only tell true strories, or at the very least, Most Interesting ones. Apparently there was some eating contest in Germany where people ate hair balled up with butter. Can you imagine winning something like that? Nice for the digestive tract. Now, if that doesn't qualify as 'nast', I don't know what does.

Yep, made me want to hurl too. Sorry! Comments:


At 27 September, 2005 20:36, Blogger stefanierj said...

My people are taking a beating here, so how about Mahogany Malt (or, for that matter, Chocolate Malt, ha ha)? Espresso Ale? Sable Red?

Speaking of badass redheads (if we were) how hot is Geena Davis as Madam President?? It's so West Wing (without all the subtlety, Aaron Sorkin writing and witty repartee)...

At 27 September, 2005 21:06, Blogger Lisaopolis said...

mmmmmm, Mahogany, most excellent! Chocolate, how could I FORGET? Chocomoco Chablis!

I was hoping the Brunettes would help me find their beverage product name.

I have not seen Commander in Chief yet (!) but hope to soon...I'd take Geena making policy any day. Looking forward to catching it.

At 27 September, 2005 21:53, Blogger Emily:) said...

5 points for using exegesis in a sentence;) Steve would be so proud! Um, considering I'm diagnosed with an eating hair disorder, maybe I should join my people in Germany. I'd kick ass at that contest, as gross as it is:)

At 27 September, 2005 23:00, Blogger Lisaopolis said...

hehe. Yes, I figure by employing such lexical items in my online discourse I will index a stance of what I hereforth anecdotally operationalize as 'smarty pants', in a move to align myself with the geeks 'n freeks of the blog world.

You should totally get some sort of funding and/or grant and go over and show the German Hair Folk a thing or two, that'd be hillarious!!

At 28 September, 2005 01:33, Blogger SUNIL said...

snackin' on salmon sandwich and gettin bombed at the brewery is always fun-make sure to save room for the alcohol. and then u got st. michelle right across the street. haha. gotta love it. is it a little like france lisa?
im dont like country, but i won't rip on it.
it's amazing what you will sacrifice and listen to for a significant other's enjoyment. (in the past)

upon further review, i determined the above comment could be misconstrued as stalking.

it's amazing how the english language can be misinterpreted- or should i say how the author's point can be poorly conveyed.

At 28 September, 2005 17:46, Blogger Gina Grace said...

Umm, hair butter balls...

I caught some, but not all of Geena Davis last night. I liked her in the role, but some of the writing left a little to be desired, like the cheap shot about "those few days every month that you'll all have to worry about if I will or won't push the button..." to which Donald Sotherland shoots back a scathing, "Well, in just a few years, we won't have to worry about THAT anymore will we?"

Yeah, like the Veep and Speaker of the House are going to be making period jokes and menopause slams in the oval office...

But I look forward to watching it more as the season progresses....

At 30 September, 2005 21:40, Blogger Lisaopolis said...

Sunil wrote:
"upon further review, i determined the above comment could be misconstrued as stalking.

it's amazing how the english language can be misinterpreted- or should i say how the author's point can be poorly conveyed."

Lisaopolis says: "Ya think?"


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