Literary tabasco

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Literary tabasco

Post by DepartedLight » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:04 am

and other hot sauces of your choice.

Moby Dick would have been a ton better if Ishmael used Tabasco at every meal.
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Bloodhound » Thu Aug 31, 2017 10:35 am

I like the Green Sauce :chili:
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Re: Literary tabasco

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Uh huh.

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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Del » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:13 pm

Tabasco Sauce was first marketed in 1868, shortly after the Civil War. It would have been available during many of the great literary works.

A little too late for Huckleberry Finn to season his stew with a shot of Tabasco. But Holden Caulfield could certainly have zipped up a bloody mary in Catcher in the Rye.
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Pepik » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:15 pm

Tobasco. It is dead to me.

Pepperdoux on the other hand... (which may now be called Bourbon Street Bad)
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Eruannu » Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:00 pm

Reaper sauce with it's little black cape is interesting

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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Sanchez » Fri Sep 01, 2017 12:47 am

To fly into a rage and sharpen your wings to conquer and disseminate little abcs and big ABCs, to sign, shout, swear, to organize prose into a form of absolute and irrefutable evidence, to prove your non plus ultra and maintain that novelty resembles life just as the latest-appearance of some whore proves the essence of God. His existence was previously proved by the accordion, the landscape, the wheedling word. To impose your ABC is a natural thing - hence deplorable. Everybody does it in the form of crystalbluff-madonna, monetary system, pharmaceutical product, or a bare leg advertising the ardent sterile spring. The love of novelty is the cross of sympathy, demonstrates a naive je m'enfoutisme, it is a transitory, positive sign without a cause.
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by DepartedLight » Fri Sep 01, 2017 7:04 am

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Fri Sep 01, 2017 12:47 am
To fly into a rage and sharpen your wings to conquer and disseminate little abcs and big ABCs, to sign, shout, swear, to organize prose into a form of absolute and irrefutable evidence, to prove your non plus ultra and maintain that novelty resembles life just as the latest-appearance of some whore proves the essence of God. His existence was previously proved by the accordion, the landscape, the wheedling word. To impose your ABC is a natural thing - hence deplorable. Everybody does it in the form of crystalbluff-madonna, monetary system, pharmaceutical product, or a bare leg advertising the ardent sterile spring. The love of novelty is the cross of sympathy, demonstrates a naive je m'enfoutisme, it is a transitory, positive sign without a cause.
yer kind ova douche bag, aintcha?
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Bloodhound » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:59 am

Sanchez wrote:
Fri Sep 01, 2017 12:47 am
To fly into a rage and sharpen your wings to conquer and disseminate little abcs and big ABCs, to sign, shout, swear, to organize prose into a form of absolute and irrefutable evidence, to prove your non plus ultra and maintain that novelty resembles life just as the latest-appearance of some whore proves the essence of God. His existence was previously proved by the accordion, the landscape, the wheedling word. To impose your ABC is a natural thing - hence deplorable. Everybody does it in the form of crystalbluff-madonna, monetary system, pharmaceutical product, or a bare leg advertising the ardent sterile spring. The love of novelty is the cross of sympathy, demonstrates a naive je m'enfoutisme, it is a transitory, positive sign without a cause.
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by JohnnyMcPiperson » Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:07 am

I prefer the chipotle one (brown bottle)

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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by durangopipe » Sat Sep 02, 2017 11:58 am

JohnnyMcPiperson wrote:
Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:07 am
I prefer the chipotle one (brown bottle)

Anybody else have no idea what Sanchez is talking about? Is he quoting something?


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Yeah, it's from the Dada Manifesto. Tristan Tzara. 1918.
Definitely literary hot sauce.

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Re: Literary tabasco

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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by JohnnyMcPiperson » Sun Sep 03, 2017 6:24 am

durangopipe wrote:
JohnnyMcPiperson wrote:
Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:07 am
I prefer the chipotle one (brown bottle)

Anybody else have no idea what Sanchez is talking about? Is he quoting something?


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Yeah, it's from the Dada Manifesto. Tristan Tzara. 1918.
Definitely literary hot sauce.

Attempting to define art is:
"To be plain: The amusement of redbellies in the mills of empty skulls."

One morning Sanchez awoke and discovered that he'd been transformed into a giant insect. :pipe2:
Pleasure to make your acquaintance.
I get it! That makes sense now.


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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by philofumo » Sun Sep 03, 2017 1:37 pm

I like Sanchez,
he seems like a nice zany nihilistic anti-hero with a penchant for dramatic primitivism,
we need more of his type around here.
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I'll add some more Tzarist wordmob...
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Like everything in life, Dada is useless.

Dada is without pretension, as life should be.

Perhaps you will understand me better when I tell you that Dada is a virgin microbe that penetrates with the insistence of air into all the spaces that reason has not been able to fill with words or conventions."
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One morning Sanchez awoke and discovered that he'd been transformed into a giant insect. :pipe2:
Pleasure to make your acquaintance.
Maybe if Kafka had a good supply of hot sauce he wouldn't have been so alienated with existential angst,
and his Die Verwandlung would have been a little more upbeat!
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by Thoth » Mon Sep 04, 2017 5:54 pm

JohnnyMcPiperson wrote:
Sat Sep 02, 2017 10:07 am
I prefer the chipotle one (brown bottle)

Anybody else have no idea what Sanchez is talking about? Is he quoting something?


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He's quoting from the Dada-ist Manifesto.



Actually if you can get you hands on it, Chimay (like the beer no relation) hot sauces from Mexico are amazing. I generally prefer a straight habanero/scotch bonnet hot sauce.

I'm not a fan of any vinegar based hot sauce. So you can keep your tobasco, eiher El Yucateco Kubilik or Sriracha are my go tos.
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Re: Literary tabasco

Post by DepartedLight » Tue Sep 05, 2017 2:38 pm

Thoth wrote:
Actually if you can get you hands on it, Chimay (like the beer no relation) hot sauces from Mexico are amazing. I generally prefer a straight habanero/scotch bonnet hot sauce.

I'm not a fan of any vinegar based hot sauce. So you can keep your tobasco, eiher El Yucateco Kubilik or Sriracha are my go tos.
Tabasco isn't to be taken literally. It might be an allegoryesque Platonic Form that takes on it's own sentientness.

Besides. No matter yer gran'momma told you, if you have too much vinegar you will *not* become a d-bag. It's just not true at all.
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