Do you remember that girl you knew in high school, the overachieving, pretentious, goodie two shoes who played Ann of Green Gables in the school play? The one whom the drama teacher gave his phone number to in the event she had any questions about the role?
The good news is her plans to become that doctor fizzed and now she’s turned to drugs and is in a crappy band.
The bad news is before her descent into worthlessness she wrote a cookbook with her sister.
Join me as I make fun of these stupid sisters for trying to appeal to today’s youth with their stupid sentences.
Food Trivia wrote:
Casseroles became popular in the 1930s when the Great Depression forced cooks to seek economical solutions for family meals. Tuna Casserole became popular during that time when the Campbell's Soup Company was promoting its Cream of Mushroom Soup as as a quick and economical way to make a meal.
Americans loved the idea of cheap and easy. Nice to know some things never change.
Can you believe this was actually put to paper?
It stands to reason that they just added this to fill some space, but I have a terrible feeling either Megan or Jill read that on Wikipedia and found it truly incredible. I bet she then ran downstairs and read it to her mom or sister. To which either or replied “I guess some things never change!” and a hearty laugh was had by all before one of them stated “that is too funny! We should put that in the cookbook!”
God damn can you imagine living in a family like that?
Bargain Shopper wrote:
The first time I bought Italian sausage I couldn't believe it was over $5 a pound. When I mentioned it to my mom, she said make your own. After I finished laughing I asked how. It's easy and costs a lot less"
Just to recap, she found the suggestion that she could make her own Italian sausage so hilarious she laughed out loud for a bit. Who the hell acts like that. If my mom said to make my own shit I'd just skip to the asking how bit. Life isn't the god damn Brady Bunch.
Barbecue Chicken Pita Pizza wrote:
Oh Barbecue Chicken Pita Pizza, how I love thee! Okay, that might sound kind of weird, but try it and you'll know what I mean. These silly little pizzas are the easiest things in the world to make and most excellent to eat. In my opinion, that's the perfect combination.
Wow these people are just so god damn funny. I totally thought she was weird when she said that thing about loving Chicken Pita Pizza, wacky to level 10 amirite folks?
Food Trivia wrote:
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest pizza order ever made was when a company ordered 13,386 pizzas from Little Ceaser's to feed their 40,186 employees. Now that's what I call a pizza party!
"Now that's what I call a pizza party!" If anyone actually spoke like this they would get punched in the throat.
Potato and Bacon Casserole wrote:
This is so delicious that I cut it into quarters as soon as it comes out of the oven to avoid the fights over who got more. (And I'm not kidding about that)
Yes you are kidding about that. People did not fight over your stupid casserole, stop trying to impress me lady.
Party Starters wrote:
Play Pin The Tail On The Donkey
If you wait until later in the party when your friends have loosened up a bit this can be extremely amusing. Just make sure to use tape on the tails instead of thumbtacks because you never knew where they're gonna end up.
Picture this, you have just won a Dawn of Victory contest and have been invited to Gerstingrad Manor to have a cooltastic party with me, Swiss Knight. After a few Doctor Peppers and a Soda Water or two, I say "hey contest winner! lets play pin the tail on the donkey! Only lets use tape for safety reasons!"
You would smash open my face and be right to do so.
Just Like Mom Makes wrote:
...So if you're feeling a little homesick, try one of these dishes, its almost likebeing home. And hey, who knows, with a little practice you may even make it better than Mom does! (although you probably shouldn't tell her that!
Mother once tried to reheat leftover pasta. Rather then microwave it, she poured some water into a pot and boiled the already cooked pasta. Then someone called and she was on the phone for the next 3 hours. I remember walking into the kitchen and looking into the pot. The pasta had melted into this type of sludge that formed a bubble around the width of the pot. It was smoking and crackling violently. She still ate it.
shut up lady