Monday, October 16, 2006

"Shrimp, Crawfish, Crabs, and Oysters"

So we were listening to the Saints beat Philadelphia on 870 AM, and an ad for Deanie's Seafood came on. The thick yat accent talked about the four seasons of the year, "You know - shrimp, crawfish, crabs, and oysters." The ad ended with the announcer encouraging you to come on down to Deanie's, where you can buy seafood "like people in Utah buy potatoes."

Is Utah known for its potatoes? I'm pretty sure they meant Idaho.

But I'm also pretty sure if you said to them, "I think you mean Idaho," their response would be "Utah. Idaho. Same difference."


  1. Anonymous11:12 AM

    I used to live in Idaho.

    Same difference.

    They both believe spices are the work of the devil.

  2. Anonymous11:33 AM