It is Officially Christmas: Exhibit 1

Now, I know the above doesn’t mean much to my American friends, and even if you’ve got highschool french it basically means “Milk of Hens”, which doesn’t mean much to anyone. But it means the world to me. Because you see, Lait de Poule is…

Yes that’s right, it’s Egg Nog! That holiday beverage of choice for folks that like to hide the rum on their breath, Egg Nog! It’s a drink that’s usually made of raw eggs, cream, cinnamon, nutmeg, and pure joy! It’s only less strange to us than the Morinaga Pancake Drink because it’s ‘traditional’! And it is only available a few months a year–the Christmas season. And if it’s available now…

…and it even expires before December, then it MUST be CHRISTMAS. So raise a mug of egg nog and toast to the beginning of the greatest season of the year.

Preferably an awesome Barbapapa mug!

– Chris

4 Replies to “It is Officially Christmas: Exhibit 1”

  1. Technically, wouldn’t the proper term be Hen’s Milk? I don’t know enough about poultry anatomy to know whether they’re capable of such things (and don’t want to know). If I didn’t know that eggs were part of eggnog, it sounds like they got chickens drunk and then collected the excess fluid from their mouths.

    I’ve seriously got to go out more.

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