saw this in the Profanisaurus section of Viz
shake and bake1. Some sort of proprietary breadcrumb-based coating for pork or chicken. 2. The peculiar physiological phenomenon whereby a person who is on a jog or run feels the sudden, inexplicable need to lay a cable. Today’s birthdays: Bob Wuccione, US bongo magnate, 82; Bernard Hill, Yosser Hughes actor and Baxter’s Beetroot Chutneys and Sauces ad voiceover man, 68; Paula Radcliffe, Olympic shake and bake Marathon runner, 39.
lay a cable? I doubt that often happens on a run.
Much more likely to be a violent Mount Vesuvias style eruption
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