Once upon a time there were three little pigs. The straw pig, the stick pig and the brick pig.
One day this nasty old wolf came up to the straw pig’s house and said, “I’m gonna huff and puff and blow your house down.” And he did !!!
So the straw pig went running over to the stick pig’s house and said, “Please let me in, the wolf just blew down my house.” So the stick Pig let the straw pig in.
Just then the wolf showed up and said, “I’m gonna huff and puff and blow your house
down.” And he did !!!
So the straw pig and the stick pig went running over to the brick pig’s house and said, “Let us in, let us in, the big bad wolf just blew our houses down!”
So the brick pig let them in just as the wolf showed up. The wolf said, “I’m gonna huff and puff and blow your house down.” The straw pig and the stick pig were so scared!
But the brick pig picked up the phone and made a call.
A few minutes passed and a big, black Caddy pulls up.
Out stepped two massive pigs in pin striped suits and fedora hats. These pigs came over to the wolf, grabbed him by the neck and beat the living crap out of him, then one of them pulled out a gun, stuck it in his mouth and fired, killing the wolf, then they got back into their Caddy and drove off.
The straw pig and stick pig were amazed!!! “Who were those guys?” they asked.
The brick pig replied: “Those were my cousins… The Guinea Pigs”
The Bazooka, a wonderfully decadent giant cannoli shell filled with 50 standard sized cannoli, is the signature creation of the bakers at Pasticceria Caruso in Sydney Australia. Recently Pasticceria Caruso participated in a Barilla AUS event and taught several bloggers how to make the distinctive dessert.
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: As I said before, I’m not lucky enough to have any Italian ancestry that I know of, but — but I consider myself an honorary Italian, because I love all things Italian, and the United States would not be what we are, or who we are, without the contributions of generations of Italian-Americans.
|After months of saving, Italian Genaro purchases a $300 pair of Boccelli leather shoes. Every Friday night the Italian community in his city block holds a dance in the church basement. Gennaro seizes this opportunity to wear his new Boccelli leather shoes for the first time.
He asks Sophia to dance and as they dance he asks her, ‘Sophia, do you wear red panties tonight?’
Startled, Sophia replies, ‘Yes, Gennaro, I do wear red panties tonight, But how do you know?’
Gennaro answers, ‘I see the reflection in my new $300 Boccelli leather shoes.’
Next he asks Rosa to dance, and after a few minutes he asks, ‘Rosa , do you wear white panties tonight?’
Rosa answers, ‘Yes, Gennaro, I do, But how do you know that?’
He replies, ‘I see the reflection in my new $300 Boccelli leather shoes.’
For the last dance Gennaro asks Carmela to dance. Midway through the dance his face turns red. He states, ‘Carmela, be stilla my heart, Please, please tell me you wear no panties tonight, Please, please, tella me this true!’
Carmela smiles coyly and answers, ‘Yes Gennaro, I wear no panties tonight.’
Gennaro gasps, ‘Thanka God… I thought I had a crack in my $300 Boccelli leather shoes!’
Ticino is the Italian flair of Switzerland, its sun-trap, a region also known for thunderstorms. The lovely landscape transforms into a mystical scenery and the city of Lugano suddenly looks like Rio de Janeiro. Wind draws bizarre reflections on the water surface of the lakes, while lightnings strike the clouds. After this storm the sky clears up fast, a new day awakes with a splendid sunrise at the Monte Rosa (Pink Mountain). The images have been taken at Serpiano, Sighignola, Ronco sopra Ascona, Monti di Motti, Monte Gambarogno, Monte Brè and Gotthard. Many thanks to Michael Gertschen (michaelgertschen.ch) for composing the beautiful soundtrack for this movie.
|An Italian, a Frenchman and an Aussie were talking about screams of passion.
The Italian said, “Last night I massaged my wife all over her body with the finest extra virgin olive oil, then we made passionate love and I made her scream, non-stop for five minutes.”
The Frenchman said, “Last night I massaged my wife all over her body with special aphrodisiac oil from Provence and then we made passionate love. I made her scream for fifteen minutes straight.”
Then the Aussie said, “That’s nothing! Last night I massaged my wife, y’know, all over her body with a special butter. I caressed her entire body with the butter, and then made love and I made her scream for two long hours.”
The astonished Italian and Frenchman asked, “Two full hours? Wow, that’s phenomenal! How did you do it to make her scream for two hours?”
The Aussie replied, “I wiped my greasy hands on the curtains!“
In this heartwarming video, a group of young boys show men how to act. The group of Italian boys ages 6 to 11 are introduced to a young girl on the street. The boys are asked by the cameraman to caress her, compliment her, make her laugh, and finally, to slap her.
Their reactions are priceless, and their decision is unanimous. No way are they hitting a girl.
An Italian magazine’s anti-violence message – a powerful video in which young boys resist when told to slap a girl – has gone viral on social media.
Entitled “Slap Her” in English translations (“Dalle Uno Schiaffo,” “From A Slap”), the three-minute video was produced by Italian magazine Fanpage.
In the video, five different boys, ranging in age from seven to eleven, make small talk with an off-camera interviewer, identified by SBS News as Luca Iavarone. The boys entertain questions like “What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Then, a girl is introduced: Martina, who looks to be slightly older than the boys. You can see immediately that the awkwardness between pre-adolescent boys and girls transcends cultures, as some of the boys giggle, some shy away (apparently “Cooties” exist in Italy, too), and one blurts out “I’d like to be your boyfriend.”
But the awkwardness and fun comes to an end when the interviewer abruptly tells them, “Now slap her. Hard.”
In an encouraging and uplifting turn of events, none of the boys hit the girl. The boys provide a variety of reasons, all of them touching.
|A foreman at a construction site gathers three of his workers: an Irishman, an Italian and a Chinese.
He says to the Irishman, “you’re in charge of Sweeping, I want this whole area swept up before I get back”.
He says to the Italian, “You’re in charge of shoveling. I want that pile shoveled into the truck so they can haul it away.”
He says to the Chinaman, “You’re in charge of supplies. No make sure that all gets done before I get back.”
Three hours later, he returns and none of the work is done.
The Irishman says, “I couldn’t find a broom. You left the China man in charge of supplies and he disappeared.”
The Italian says “And I couldn’t find a shovel”.
So the foreman starts walking and looking for the China man. Just then, the China man jumps out from behind a pillar and screams “SUPPLIES!!”
Stevie B presents, “The Italian American Slang Word of the Day!” – Faccabrute
Stevie B presents, “The Italian American Slang Word of the Day!” – MORTADAFAM’
I am always mortadafam’!
Mortadafam’ (moart-aa-daa-faam) – really hungy/starving