WTF?! (What THE? Friday) Part…um…someday I’ll look up the number

My new friend Kathy has a blog where she makes the coolest comics ever. Plus, she is so adorable you just want to put her in your pocket and carry her around with you. Anyway, we met for lunch last week at a mostly vegetarian restaurant/shop called Lemon Farm. These are a couple of the things we saw:

Yup, that's a tamarind enema. It was in tea bags, which I guess you brew before you use...

...this? She looks so happy, doesn't she?


Filed under Thailand, WTF?

26 responses to “WTF?! (What THE? Friday) Part…um…someday I’ll look up the number

  1. Wow. Just wow. The girl does indeed look a little too happy but i guess if you need this product you need a bit of cheer.

  2. speechless.
    p.s. the link to her blog doesn’t work
    p.p.s. did u have the vegetarian pork rind chips yet? cracks me up to type that everytime. vegetarian pork rinds…lol.

    • Thanks, Ray. I’ll fix the link.

      I’m going to try the vegetarian pork rinds on Monday and will let you know how it goes! Thanks again…

  3. I think she looks as though she’s having an anaphylactic shock!

  4. Jay

    Thanks for letting me know to brew the tea bag first. The last time I tried this the string broke off.

  5. You have a new friend? Dang. We feel so cheap and expendable.

    Is that really how an enema’s done, with the IV bag set up? Well, whatever, but you can bet there’s a porn site dedicated to it. www. hotenema . com maybe.

    • Fantastic, now I’m going to start getting hits on here for somebody with a fetish.

      I do have a new friend. She’s still in Bangkok and hasn’t abandoned me! Don’t try to out-hissy me…

  6. Scary part is you have to choose a bottle that can hold 1.5 litres of the stuff!

  7. Yeah, I tried that Tamarind cleansing tea. It didn’t taste very good and for all the good it did, I might as well have shoved it up my butt.

  8. Jess

    I’m thinking this is an underserved community here in the U.S. I see your future, built on profits from tamarind enemas. Believe me, the vision is not as awful as that may sound…

  9. *blinks*

    I’m actually speechless.

    That never happens.

  10. Am I the only one to detect a (perhaps) disturbing pattern here?
    Firstly, we had the photos of the porcelain vomit sink…
    Secondly, we find that lovely SQUAT toilet picture, with the “power washer” and bucket-o-water adjacent…
    Thirdly, it’s fruity colonic cleansers [if, indeed, tamarind is a fruit…now, I have my doubts]…
    [Okay, I glanced back at the drawing of the enema spokes-model, and lost my train of thought…I think it concerned (ahem) “elimination” issues]
    Ah, well…time to open up a bag of chips…some obsessions are good, and impossible to deny.
    ((also, to be honest, I was fascinated by that vomit sink))

    • Marlee

      Before I visited Meg, she sent me a link of a place that she wanted to take me. The first thing I saw on the website was a picture of a colonic machine (this prob isn’t what it’s called but whatever!) and thought she wanted to go get one. Lo and behold the place is also known for raw food which I was into at the time and that was the only reason she wanted to take me :) Here’s to smooth moves!!

      • I was a little concerned about where this comment was going, Sis, but you brought it back around.

        But (ha!) apparently colonics are all the rage. So there ya go.

    • Oh dear, I never really thought of it like that. WHAT DOES THAT SAY ABOUT ME?

  11. LOL. I got a coffee one, also bought from lemon farm.
    If you can get past the grossness of the idea, it’s actually okay.

  12. so how many packages did you buy?

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