Mayonnaise, n.One of the sauces which serve the French in place of a state religion.Ambrose Gwinett Bierce: 1906 The Cynic's Word Book. Retitled The Devil's Dictionary (1911).
Life's like a mayonnaise sodaAnd life's like space without roomAnd life's like bacon and ice creamThat's what life's like without youlou reed: What's Good Full lyrics online
Behind her chair, from a wall covered in a very expensive velvet-flock paper, a portrait of her grandfather looked down. He had been an Episcopalian bishop, but the picture showed him in the costume of a New England gentleman keeping up the Old English custom of riding to hounds: red coat, brown boots, distinguished with a white dog-collar and black silk front. Hugh referred to him as being dressed to kill. The salad was replaced though Hugh had sampled only a mouthful of his by a dish of cold fish with mayonnaise. He didn’t even touch this course. He was suddenly afraid of it because it had come from the sea.john brunner: February “DISGRACE”
Mayonnaise, n. : One of the sauces that serve the French in place of a state religion.Ambrose Bierce, The Devil's Dictionary (1911)