There was a little town in Mexico, right across the border from Texas. They got a taste for Mayonnaise from the Cowboys crossing the border to eat. Soon they created a festival for their love of Mayonnaise. They’d have every type of mayonnaise you could think of. Folks loved it. The 10th anniversary of the festival was coming up and they decided they wanted to do something special. They heard of a place in England that made the worlds very best. They placed their order and was told it would be shipped overseas to them by boat. Because they had placed such a large order, the only ship capable of carrying it was the Titanic. The folks were waiting excitedly until the morning that the Titanic had hit a iceberg. When the news came that they wouldn’t get their shipment and to honor those lives lost, they decided to rename their festival. It became known as “Sinko De Mayo.”
I was in so much shock all I could retaliate with was "what the Hellmann's"
What the Hellman?
I said to him, “What the Hellman?”
I answered: "It is, but only margarinely more."
Note: this really happened.
And that it sunk on the 5th of May which is why we commemorate the Sinko de Mayo
...I was like, "What the hell-man?"
Sinko de mayo !!!!!!!
What the hellman?
Because it saw the salad dressing
They call it, Coles law
From Saturday onwards, it's gonna be Juneonnaise!
Ugh never mind. You might spread it.
It was Cole's Law.
Some would even call it egg-sauce-ting.
... and she goes "Dad, this is mayonazing!".
I couldn't be more proud :]
What the Hellman
Yes it was a sinkhole de mayo.
It's Cole's Law.
In fact, the Titanic was carrying 12,000 jars of the condiment scheduled for delivery in Vera Cruz, Mexico, which was to be the next port of call for the great ship after its stop in New York . This would have been the largest single shipment of mayonnaise ever delivered to Mexico. The Mexican people loved Mayonnaise so much and this loss was so devastating that the Mexican people declared a National day of Mourning which happens every year on the day the shipment was supposed to arrive. This day of course is May 5th or more commonly known as Sinko de Mayo.
In fact, back in 1912 the Titanic was loaded with 1000 cases of mayonnaise that were to be delivered to Mexico after the ship briefly stopped in New York. But as we all know, the ship hit an iceberg and sank. The Mexican people were so sad they created a special day to honor the event. Sinko de Mayo.
No? Well maybe you've heard the jingle "Sweet Emulsion."
Close the door, I’m dressing!
...or so my sauces tell me...