Mayonnaise makes awesome music when played as an instrument


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/04/19/mayonnaise-used-as-an-instrume.html


#2

More like this please!


#3

Good to see they are using Hellmann’s (Best Foods) and not that awful Miracle Whip.


#4

This could be used for a Hellman’s ad, except for how that spoon-hitting-pile-of-mayo visual
gets re-e-e-e-a-lly unappetizing.


#5

Yea, well, just don’t eat that serving, okay? Just eat the one that goes “tump, tump” and the one that goes, “skrit skrit.”


#6

Vile and disgusting shit, I hate it.


#7

Does this work with that vegan stuff?


#8

Welp, that’s enough internet for today.


#9

My wife laughs at me for pronouncing “mayonnaise” with only two syllables.


#10

Is there some other weird way of saying it?


#11

Man Ass?

(BBS: Post must be a full dissertation on Marcel Proust)


#12

I don’t like listening to mayonnaise any more than I like eating mayonnaise.


#13

I like mayonnaise. And I pronounce it with two syllables. So there.

I’m gonna go slather me some maynase on a salami sandwich right now, while melodically slapping a bowlful with the back of a spoon. Good times!


#14

Of course it’s only two syllables:
may-o.


#15

:notes: Maaa-aaaa-aaa-aaaayy-ooo
Sandwich come and me wanna go eat. :notes:

C’mon. I cant be the only one that does this on opening a new jar.


#16

More like a spoon and a mayo jar and lid are instruments.


#17

Squeezable Miracle Whip bottles make an awesome farty sound, which would have made an even more awesome tune…


#18

No, Patrick, mayonnaise is not an instrument (and it’s barely a foodstuff - Dijonnaise, please).


#19

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