Words and draws by Russ
Oh goodness Toon, you just dredged up memories of something I ate as a kid! Parts smashed together with olives to make it appear gourmet, I would be angry too!What can you do with fried bologne that has been scored so it does not curl up in the frying pan :)Do you do condiment cowboys and their sidekicks. I had someone ask me about your work, they called me on the phone and wanted to know who did my peanut avatar! I believe that is a compliment my dear!
I wouldn't touch an olive loaf with a ten foot pole but this is sooo cute.
Lovin' those bad eyes! (and I used to eat bolgna and olive loaf when I was a kid in Kansas) What a funny picture.
this was a staple at my grandparents, along with sandwich spread, liverwurst, dried milk, instant potatoes, and animal crackers. the animal crackers were considered luxury items. my grandparents were constantly wary, preparing for living thru another Great Depression. Olive olive loaf...not. love you tho, snicker, grins, debra
Memories of weird childhood food. Thanks!--Cin
haha cute picture! olive loaf is good! but yeah... not when it's gone bad though.
That kind of looks like a Proactiv commercial ;)
When is olive loaf GOOD?
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