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Song Parodies -> "I Want Eggnog!"

Original Song Title:

"Armour Hot Dogs"

Original Performer:

Armour Hot Dog Commercial

Parody Song Title:

"I Want Eggnog!"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Just for Jon ;-)
Eggnog, I want eggnog!
In July I'm craving frothing eggnog!
Milk, cream, sugar, eggs... ground cinnamon on top
Brandy, rum, bourbon too... just a little, not a lot!
Love eggnog, I want eggnog!
Not in December but July!!!

Eggnog, I want eggnog!
In July I'm craving some chilled eggnog!
My grocery store, Walmart too- doesn't keep it stocked
Could order it from Amazon, but when it comes it might be hot!
Love eggnog, I want eggnog!
Medieval posset and noggin derived!!!
Eggnog originated in Medieval Europe from posset (milk and eggs, heated) served in a noggin which was a wooden mug for serving alcohol. Britain brought it to the colonies...

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Patrick - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
At this time of year I get a craving for Nestlé Aero Bars, but they are too difficult to get home from Westport, Missouri or Lawrence, Kansas, the only two places that sell them in my area. Maybe when Amazon gets its refrigerated delivery drones up and flying. But, can you picture swarms of buzzing aircraft fluttering around lugging bottles of eggnog. Hope they don't release at a couple hundred feet off the ground.
Rob Arndt - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Patrick, you can order the bars online from British Food Depot. I have a place called Touch of Britain locally, so I can get them. Never tried that one yet. Love Curly-Wurly bars because they are like mini Marathon bars from the '70s. Brits love to argue whose chocolate is better- Cadbury or Hershey's!!! I was born in PA. so you know my answer!
Rob Arndt - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
The Amazon drone can only carry 5 lbs Max, so no half gallon of eggnog (over 8 lbs)!
Jonathan - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Rob you sort of got into my mind for this one! 5's the only thing is I never drink alcohol so none of the alcoholic beverages you mentioned apply to me specifically but perhaps others who get cravings during Christmas In July can relate to those lyrics! I remember a few years ago when my brother and I were buying a whole bunch of eggnog at the grocery store and a lady in line behind us asked what we put in it when we replied "Nothing" she acted like she didn't believe us! LOL!
Rob Arndt - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Since I live in hot California, I always annoy Walmart's loss prevention by drinking their beverages in the store while shopping. I usually will drink a 32 oz Gatorade, but sometimes Strawberry milk too! Today, I gotta go back out. My Walmart has several brands of eggnog in small plastic bottles, quarter gallon, and half gallon. I think I'll drink another small bottle. You're right Jon, eggnog in July is a good thing :)~
Rob Arndt - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
Jon, I drink my eggnog during Xmas in a large tanker glass (44 oz), so adding about two shots of rum-brandy mix doesn't do much more than warm my insides. I had to list all ingredients for the parody to be fair to those that add spirits. I only drink socially and it's usually vodka straight.
Jonathan - July 27, 2015 - Report this comment
^ yeah you lucky devil you I live in the south and it gets pretty hot where I live (I'm talking about 102 degrees some days!) but still our stores don't carry eggnog until seemingly November/late-October sometimes I even checked Walmart again during my most recent trip but no dice also this may seem a bit weird but although we've never drank anything in store my brother & I have occasionally bought donuts from the bakery what I mean is just two donuts (one for each) and eaten them while shopping never had to worry about angering loss prevention though since we paid for 'em! :P
Melanie Lee - August 06, 2015 - Report this comment
Here in NYC, you can buy that nasty canned Borden's eggnog on the shelves year-round. The refrigerated dairy eggnogs show up in mid-November and leave in early or mid-January. In the meantime, hey, try making it yourself! http://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-homemade-eggnog-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-214298 http://allrecipes.com/recipes/drinks/eggnog/ http://www.marthastewart.com/274594/holiday-eggnog-recipes/@center/276958/holiday-entertaining
Rob Arndt - August 06, 2015 - Report this comment
It was Jon who got me into the eggnog thing this summer, sorta like a Christmas in July thing!
Melanie Lee - August 06, 2015 - Report this comment
BTW, Amazon.com featured powdered eggnog, eggnog mix, eggnog-flavored tea, eggnog flavoring, "eggnog in a bag", and eggnog salt water taffy. Go to Amazon.com and search "eggnog".
Kenny - September 08, 2015 - Report this comment
Does anyone know of a dairy that will ship eggnog out in October? I'm seriously wanting some NOW!
Fred - October 23, 2015 - Report this comment
Bust out the eggnog! bout time!

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