12/18/06

The Thrill of the Grill!!!



Hey this is the first post on the "Thrill of the Grill" blog, This blog is for all those who enjoy grilling and cooking out. To start out this blog I want to introduce the "Ultimate Redneck Weenie Cooker". The Roast My Weenie Stainless Steel Cooker! This is great for tailgaiting, or if you enjoy shocking people you will get a kick out of the expression on your friends face when they see this dude surrounded by flames on your grill! Plus, if you are a female and your Ex-Boyfreind did you wrong, order one of these with your x's name custom cut on the base and offically roast his weenie! I can't think of a better way to break of a relationship. Check out the offical web site at : www.roastmyweenie.com

Roast On!

7 comments:

Daro Mundo said...

WOW! This weenie roaster is the hit of the party. My girlfriend can't keep her hands off of it. It is too fine. All she wants to do is, roast my weenie. Thank you for a real grill deal.

zapodaro said...

We are having a "roast my weenie" pool party. Would like suggestions on how to insert weenie correctly.

Daro Mundo said...

To zapodaro.... It is not how you insert the weenie. But, most impotantly how she wraps her lips around it. That is a correctly prepared weenie,

byrondepauw said...

Seen some cheaper looking knock-offs selling on ebay, but man who wants to eat a weenie that has been cooked on a bunch of ugly spot welds! There are way to many toxins and chemicals that are produced when metal is welded together! The one above shows to be one piece with no welds. Plus it's stainless steel not iron. I think the roast my weenie cooker is clean, safe, and almost more like a piece of art work then a cooker. Can I get one that has been chromed?

XLKRANIUM said...

I think this ROAST MY WEENIE can Kick the other roasters weenie

Anonymous said...

You might be a redneck if you cook with one of these!

jen said...

I feel compelled to let you know that the misuse of apostrophes on the website detracts from professionalism and credibility. Plurals, words that indicate there is more than one item, do not need apostrophes. On the home page this means that devices, designs, and knock-offs need not have them. Additionally, verbs ending in s don't need apostrophes, so sets doesn't need one. Finally, though possessives usually take apostrophes, its is the exception; placing an apostrophe in the word its changes the meaning from "belonging to it" to "it is."

Just a note from your friendly neighborhood copy editor.