@alacrity@blaineg, I know the movie starring Charlton Heston, aka, Moses came out in the mid '70s, but the rather sarcastic remark I made was saying it has finally & ‘literally’ hit the market,…the food chain!! I hope it hasn’t, but in this wild & crazy world, ya never know!
@Achromatter@blaineg@gertiestn@Kyeh Oof, that looks rough! Their motto could have been “If the disinfectant doesn’t cure what ails you, the exfoliation will!” … @Kyeh, you called it, the “council property” is my favorite part!
looks a lot like the old TP in France years ago. It came in “conveniently” folded squares that popped up like the papers they use at a deli to pack sliced meat. It was just about as absorbent as well…
I’m actually kinda tempted to buy this lagoon dust and mix it with random foods to see what it could be used for… mostly because the label DOESN’T make idiotic health statements or claim to be the key to eternal youth or shiny strong skin or wrinkle-free hair.
It’s just unassuming green powder from swamp plants… so what kinda hillbilly pesto can I make with this stuff? If I eat enough of it will I turn green, so I can fend off all the bad Smurfs who turned blue from too much colloidal silver? Will I turn into a green turd factory just like the days after I eat all those St Patrick’s Day green bagels from the Safeway? Or should I mix it with pure Colombian coke and snort to go full Robin Williams’ Popeye? I WANT TO KNOW.
@blaadnort I would guess this has a mildly gross flavor that is easy enough to cover up but probably doesn’t dissolve well in water since it is made out of aquatic plants and not aquatic slime, so it’s probably always going to add some grig to the dish.
“It’s eating health food / And making smoothies out of kelp cubes / You know what I mean? That shit sounds nasty, but I’ma — doing that shit in 2020, you know what I mean?”
— Open Mike Eagle, “wtf is self care”