Okay, I've done three Pancake Posts, each of which has done extremely well (disturbingly so, in fact). And, in case you didn't know, "pancake" is code for "sex" or any dirty iteration of it. To illustrate Pancake Posts, I use vintage pictures that depict individuals dangerously close to shagging. Yes, these pictures are often culled from illicit reading material.... and yes, these are a whole lot of fun.
It was only a matter of time before the Pancake Posts and the Miniskirt Monday Posts were married into the perfect union of miniskirts 'n' pancakes. Enjoy!
 I don't know what kind of rack these two ladies are building, but I don't think it's a spice rack. Maybe it's something harmless - a shelf for their Hummel figurines, perhaps? More like a shelf for pancakes.
 Why do I get the feeling that the winner of this game of musical chairs gets a double serving of pancakes?
 This may be the shortest miniskirt in history. Is this appropriate attire for the office? I don't think this qualifies as "business casual". What it does qualify for is - you guessed it - pancakes.
 If this were a scene from a horror movie, these two would make pancakes and the slasher would use that conveniently placed pitchfork to do kill them.
 She's showing him her nick-nacks and all he can think about is pancakes. Better take a bathroom break and clean the pipes, my friend, or it's going to be a long night.
 Free advice: If two start to look at each other like this, go ahead and get the butter out of the fridge - there's gonna be some pancakes in the making.
 This piano teacher is a strict son-of-a-gun.... and she's been bad. Time to take a break from "Chopsticks" and break out the knife and fork. It's pancake time.
 This party is strictly BYOP - one guess what the "P" stands for.
 She seems blissfully unaware that these two gentlemen have nothing but pancakes on their mind.
 You know what goes good with a glass of lemonade? Chicken Kiev.
Oh, and also pancakes.
 These girls look lost. Good thing they left a trail of pancake crumbs.
 What type of wine goes best with pancakes? Perhaps a Sauvignon Blanc or an unoaked Chardonnay? Personally, I don't think it matters as long as it has a deep punt.
And on that note, I'll refrain from much commentary on the rest of these. Please feel free to comment and add your own lame pancake quip to any photos 0-30. Enjoy.