Deep Spicy Trouble, Indeed!

A reply to my post, What Will Greet Us in Heaven, from hcmorris77, Holly’sWorld where “photography, artwork, stories, thought;” and may I also add, where Deep Thoughts or Deep Kimchi do abound!

Are Cat Heaven and Mouse Hell the same place? And if so, what about Dog Heaven and Groundhog Hell? Just some thoughts to ponder…I like to believe my beloved Gracie ❤️ (beagle) is in Heaven with my parents, killing groundhogs…

Thanks for sharing this!

My reply to this reply:


This is really “Deep Kimchi!:” Dude, Duke or Dutchess! So deep, I’d like to, maybe, include this in the original post or another post or, maybe, you could do it in your own post! Or maybe, just maybe, we can do a joint post or, maybe better yet, just smoke a couple of joints!


Hence, forth or fifth, we have this really ‘Deep Kimchi’ post!

“What then is ‘Deep Kimchi’?” You ask!

Well ……

In 20th century U.S. slang, “kimchi” was occasionally used in the phrase “in deep kimchi” (particularly) by veterans of the Korean War.

Here’s a definition from a Korean Kimchi site: Kimchi is a product that is fermented through lactic acid production at low temperatures to ensure proper ripening and preservation. It is processed with a seasoning mixture mainly consisting of red pepper powder, garlic, ginger, green … It is Korea’s answer to sauerkraut!

Hence, because of it’s hot, spicy, unique taste, it was used by Korean War veterans to indicate being in really deep trouble, indeed!


Kimchi is, indeed, hot, spicy, tasty and delicious trouble!

War or No War!

By Halbarbera

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