Despite my rather underwhelmed response to the film, I acknowledge that it's a 'big movie' with a classic, timeless theme. And, with its relatively unconventional theme of gay ranch hands set in the sixties, it wouldn't be long before the jokers and cartoonists brought it down to size.
I found some funny cartoons at bigric's place and the Brokeback Mountain shopping list at queerfactor.
Grocery lists for Ennis & Jack, summer 1962 on Brokeback Mountain
Beans, Bacon, Coffee, Whiskey
Beans, Ham, Coffee, Whiskey
Beans, Bacon, Coffee, Whiskey, K-Y
Beans, Pancetta, Coffee (espresso grind), Whiskey, 2 tubes K-Y
Fresh Java beans, Jasmine rice, Prosciutto, approx. 8 ounces, thinly sliced, Medallions of veal, Porcini mushrooms, 1/2 pint of heavy whipping cream, 1 Cub Scout uniform, size 42 long, 5-6 bottles good Chardonnay, 1 large bottle Astro-glide, dildo
Yukon Gold potatoes, Heavy whipping cream, Asparagus (very thin), Eggs, Lemons, Gruyere cheese (well aged), Walnuts, Arugula, Unsalted Butter, Olive oil, Balsamic vinegar, 6 yards white silk organdy, 6 yards pale ivory taffeta, Case of Chardonnay, Large tin Crisco and tub of Albolene, gloves, moisturizer, toner and cleanser