Does anyone remember making haystacks with canned chow mein noodles! What was that, like 1960 when those were popular? Around the same time as Chex mix and Rice Krispie treats? 130 more words
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This puke-colored horror self-identifying as “Gooseberry Sparkle” but presenting as this grim mess reminds me of those desperate Facebook girls who post inspirational quotes about self-love and spirituality but date unemployed guys who cheat on them because underneath it all they know that they’re the last item left on the charity church buffet table except for the Play-Doh cookies made by the sixteen year old kid who still needs his mittens pinned to his coat sleeves.
The most gristle-y murder scene since Jonestown. The pins were impaled by the poison-tipped darts of the Peruvian tribe from Raiders of the Lost Ark, the hamburger log was decapitated, and the horrified bowling ball was taken down by Stephen King’s langoliers after Jergens soothing oatmeal balm failed to remedy their flaky skin conditions and peoples’ laughter at their “it’s just a cold sore” explanation drove them to the brink.
In years past, Thanksgiving dinner had to meet two benchmarks: it had to be delicious, and it had to be sufficiently Thanskgiving-y. If you served traditional foods and they weren’t entirely awful, you were doing okay. 598 more words