there's a name for you ladies, but it isn't used in high society, outside of a kennel!" - typical of the film's entire dialogue X Y. the funny horror film spoof from director Mel Brooks, with its early scene in the medical classroom when the grandson of the original baron named Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (Gene Wilder): ("It's pronounced Frohn-ken-Steeeen") must answer touchy questions from an inquisitive and persistent student (Danny Goldman) about his legendary grandfather Dr. Victor Frankenstein - and he jabbed a scalpel into his leg the character of bug-eyed, ignorant, leering Igor (Marty Feldman) with a shifting humpback ("Didn't you used to have that on the other side.
Frankenstein and his temporary assistant Inga (Teri Garr) to the Transylvanian castle in a hay cart, and her exclamation of: "Werewolf!"; Igor misinterpreted what she said and answered by pointing out: "There. There, castle" the scene of Frankenstein marveling at large wrought-iron door knockers on the Transylvania castle door: "What knockers!", with Inga's quick appreciative response as he lifted her out of the carriage: "Oh, Thank you, doctor!" the scenes of horses neighing and whinnying (amidst lightning strikes) whenever castle housekeeper Frau Blucher's (Cloris Leachman) name was mentioned also the revolving bookcase-fireplace sequence revealing a secret passageway, and Dr. Frankenstein's continual request: "Put the candle back"; and his failed attempt to block the turning bookcase with his body: ("Now listen to me very carefully, don't put the candle back. With all of your might, shove against the other side of the bookcase. Is that perfectly clear?"); and then Inga became trapped behind the bookcase the creation scene in which Dr. Frankenstein acting out the word 'Sed-a-give' ("Give him the sedative" with an injection), using the game of charades, to control the violent Monster (Peter Boyle) that was strangling him Igor's questioning by slow-to-anger Dr. Frankenstein about whose brain Igor had stolen: "Would you mind telling me whose brain I did put in?"; Igor responded hesitantly and acquired a promise that the doctor wouldn't become angry: "Abby someone.
I'm almost sure that was the name"; Frankenstein pressed further: "Are you saying that I put an abnormal brain into a seven-and-a-half-foot long, fifty-four inch wide gorilla? Is that what you're telling me?" and then began strangling his servant the classic scene of the Monster with the blind hermit (Gene Hackman) in his shack - a tribute to a similar scene in The Bride of Frankenstein in which he called the Monster "an incredibly big mute", ladled boiling hot soup on the Monster's lap, broke the Monster's wine mug when toasting their friendship, and lit the Monster's thumb, thinking it was a cigar - and then called after him as he left in fear: "Wait. Frankenstein's introduction of the Monster to an audience as a "man about town" and their top-hat and cane, tap-dancing duet of Irving Berlin's "Puttin' on the Ritz" - with the Monster's slurred, squeaky, and high-pitched singing of "Punnondariiiiiiiizz!" the scene of the arrival of Dr. Frankenstein's untouchable fiancee Elizabeth (Madeline Kahn), when a request was made of Igor: "Igor, will you give me a hand with the bags?" - and his reply - with growling: "Certainly, you take the blonde and I'll take the one with the turban" and the scene of Elizabeth's kidnapping by the Monster - with her hair turned white, a la The Bride of Frankenstein ; and the nymphomaniac's infatuation with the Monster - after viewing his "enormous schwanstucker," she breathed an aroused, wide-eyed "Woof!"; she warbled the tune 'O Sweet Mystery of Life' as he made love to her (offscreen); post-coitus while sharing a cigarette together (similar to Now, Voyager (1942) ), she complimented him on his stamina: "You're incorrigible, aren't you, you little zipper-neck?" Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) [Text Review] Haze Cheech & Chong: Double Bubble. Set Up: Regal Melech using an 80ft bowl with 3 Ecocha Coals in a Kaloud Lotus. The closest gum I can think of is Dubble Bubble from back when we (I) were kids. Taste: It's a sweet bubble gum that has notes of cinnamon. I don't know if that was supposed to be a remake of a gum that is actually like that but I thought it was very creative. Buzz: You'll be getting no buzz from this because this shisha is washed. Longevity : Seemed to die out a bit earlier than your usual Haze flavors. Price: You can pick this up for $18.99 for 250g on www.hookah-shisha.com. Overall: I've had this flavor before but they seemed to have changed it and added the cinnamon to the flavor from the last time I've tried it. I find it to be a good addition to the flavor as a whole. I've never been like "damn I could really go for some bubble gum right now" so I will probably only smoke this with people that ask me to pack it. Not that it's bad just not something I really feel like busting out all the time. Don't forget to use my discount code LONESLOTH15 during checkout for 15% off your orders above $20. I make no money off of this so feel free to use Mike's code too! Chillums are traditionally an Indian or East Asian pipe that have been used by holy men for meditation and spiritual purposes for hundreds of years. But beginning in the 1960s, chillums were brought to the West and they're now used by casual and serious smokers for both group and personal purposes. It’s likely you’ve seen them being sold in smoke shops near other glass one-hitters.
It delivers a stronger hit than a one-hitter, and it’s more compact than a normal glass piece. However, there's more than one correct way to use one, which we're about to explore. In this article, we’ll explore the best ways to use a chillum and how to get the best hits off of it. Packing a chillum is similar to using a one-hitter. Chillums are usually longer pieces with has a conical bowl end, which you can fill up with whatever you’re smoking. To pack it, you can put a pile of tobacco or leaf on a table, or use a wooden dugout to delicately put the leaf inside of it. Make sure to pack tightly so that it’s less likely it goes into your mouth - there generally won't be a filter to protect you from burning embers. Some chillums also use what’s called a “chillum stone,” which is traditionally a random pebble that you find on the ground.
Modern chillums can come with their own special fitted stone, which you can use to filter debris and dust that would otherwise flow into the smoke chamber. When using a traditional clay chillum, they’re so long that you’re supposed to have someone else light it for you.