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Lazarus and the Gimp
06-10-2006, 19:52:46
Bought some of this in my lunchbreak, and kept it on my desk for the afternoon. It made my workmates moan excessively.

Anyone tried this? Smells like a tramp's cock, but tastes nice.

KrazyHorse@home
06-10-2006, 21:53:05
Am I the only one who thought that this was a euphemism for a man's naughty bits?

Oerdin
06-10-2006, 22:02:03
I think that was the point.

Gary
06-10-2006, 22:04:51
Do you often smell tramp's cock ?

Not tried it,. Don't see many varieties of pear around here.

Koshko
06-10-2006, 22:16:39
WTF

Drekkus
06-10-2006, 22:39:01
I bought it for my wife when we were in Reading. She liked it a lot.

JM^3
06-10-2006, 23:46:16
Tramp cock?

JM

MOBIUS
07-10-2006, 00:11:21
Balding Accountant Tramp Cock to be precise...

Oerdin
07-10-2006, 00:30:47
No wonder she loved it.

Lazarus and the Gimp
07-10-2006, 07:42:12
Originally posted by Gary
Do you often smell tramp's cock ?

Not tried it,. Don't see many varieties of pear around here.

It's cheese. So called because the rind gets washed in perry made from the Stinking Bishop pear.

Lazarus and the Gimp
07-10-2006, 07:43:28
Stinking Bishop is, of course, known to all Wallace & Gromit fans as the cheese that brought Wallace out of his coma in "Curse of the Were-Rabbit".

fp
07-10-2006, 10:13:23
I've had it. It does indeed smell foul and taste nice.

Fergus & The Brazen Car
07-10-2006, 11:14:56
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
Bought some of this in my lunchbreak, and kept it on my desk for the afternoon. It made my workmates moan excessively.

Anyone tried this? Smells like a tramp's cock, but tastes nice.

When I went to visit my friend Joanne near Hereford, in 1998.

It reeked so terribly she had to remove it from the fridge and keep it in three plastic bags inside a tupperware box on the porch (it was winter).

I imagined it might smell similarly to stinking corpse flesh.

Tasted not too bad...

Oerdin
07-10-2006, 16:16:02
I doubt it smells like a stinking corpse. Those smell pretty bad fucking bad. I had to escort a body someone fished out of the Euphrates River to the morgue once and nothing could smell as bad as three day old body which has been sitting out in the sun of an Arabian summer.

KrazyHorse@home
07-10-2006, 22:12:45
:vom:

KrazyHorse@home
07-10-2006, 22:14:29
The worst thing I ever smelled was a raccoon that crawled under my porch and died some time during the winter. The area it had gotten to was completely inaccessible by us. It stank starting in April. By the time august rolled around it was pretty fucking ripe indeed...

Lazarus and the Gimp
08-10-2006, 08:03:45
Oh, I don't know. They cleared out a battery chicken farm up the road once, and that was just unbelievable. It was actually making people's eyes water. Not even the dead sheep you find washed up on the mud-flats smell that bad.

Oerdin
08-10-2006, 18:08:02
Chicken shit has a lot of ammonia in it. It does indeed smell bad.

Qaj the Fuzzy Love Worm
08-10-2006, 21:13:35
The Pit at the chicken factory I worked at where they pumped all the guts and bowel contents and stuff was pretty rank. Nothing like dead things in summer to create a stink, as Oerdin pointed out.

zmama
08-10-2006, 21:42:11
Once lived where a rat got into the heating ducts (forced air furnace) and died


:gasmaske: would not have helped

Tizzy
09-10-2006, 08:37:36
Mmm, smelly cheese.

I didn't actually think it smells that bad, certainly not as bad as Funko led me to believe. Hmm, I wonder if there's still any in the fridge.....

Funko
09-10-2006, 08:42:05
I don't think there is any left.

Funny the comments about the smell. I thought it didn't really live up to it's name smell wise, but it is very tasty.

fp
09-10-2006, 12:23:52
Originally posted by Funko
I thought it didn't really live up to it's name smell wise

You were surprised that it didn't actually smell like a bishop? ;)

maroule
09-10-2006, 12:34:53
A good half of French cheese smell pretty bad.
One is reputed to smell like "une jeune fille qui se néglige" ("a young women who is neglecting her personal hygiene")

obviously not as awfull as a rotting corpse in the Euphrate...

King_Ghidra
09-10-2006, 12:58:19
man my french is bad, i was imagining a young woman in a negligee

Caligastia
09-10-2006, 13:33:46
Originally posted by maroule
A good half of French cheese smell pretty bad.
One is reputed to smell like "une jeune fille qui se néglige" ("a young women who is neglecting her personal hygiene")


Going by French standards of hygiene, that must be pretty bad.

maroule
09-10-2006, 13:51:49
all the foreigners are dirty, you should know

BigGameHunter
09-10-2006, 14:01:28
I think the wildest cheese you can get commonly here is Cotswald.
Which sucks, as I think I'd pretty much try any type at least once.

Oerdin
09-10-2006, 17:33:41
Originally posted by zmama
Once lived where a rat got into the heating ducts (forced air furnace) and died


:gasmaske: would not have helped

OK, this is my last Iraq story for this thread. When the 1st ID came in the bastards kicked us out of our palace because one of their E-8s wanted the place for himself. We were so pissed off that we broke the neck of one of our pet chickens (the only one which the foxes didn't kill and eat) and we stuffed it's body into the air duct. I imagine it got good and ripe and I hope the asshole spent weeks smelling that shit decompose.

Oerdin
09-10-2006, 17:37:13
Originally posted by BigGameHunter
I think the wildest cheese you can get commonly here is Cotswald.
Which sucks, as I think I'd pretty much try any type at least once.

My local Vons still sells limburger cheese which does indeed smell like dirty feet.

Provost Harrison
09-10-2006, 21:15:27
My dad came to visit a few months ago and I was very annoyed that he requested mild cheddar. MILD CHEDDAR?! FUCKING MILD CHEDDAR!!!