Thursday, November 22, 2007

Mmmmm, gravy.

15 comments:

Daphne said...

Ha! So wrong, and yet so funny.

Derek said...

This made me laugh out loud. Brilliant. Great work.

DharmaTurtle said...

For those who don't know:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donner_party

Basically, cannibals.

The Squeaky Wheel said...

Happy Thanksgiving and thanks to DharmaTurtle for spelling it out. Nothing makes a joke funnier than someone spelling it out for every one :-)

"You see, you think there is a reason the chicken would cross the road, but it was only to get to the other side... Get it?"

:-)

Anonymous said...

Ha, nice one!

The Modern Gal said...

Ooooo, the Donner Party story is one of my favorite not-well-known cannabalistic stories! (Is that a category?)

vloodo said...

Funny thing is, I just finished watching Delicatessen

fair_n_hite_451 said...

As movies featuring "people munching" go, Deli is soooo much better than "The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover" (likely, I've gotten that in the wrong order ... but it was so bad, don't bother going to look it up to correct.

Even reading the synopsis on IMDB will cause loss of brain cells.

Anonymous said...

dark humor at its venny best

Aaron Scott said...

Awesome! I love it

A Paperback Writer said...

Oh, that one should come with a keyboard spew warning! Oh my.

Jeremy Lavine said...

Jessica, have you ever thought about doing a diagram of Tobacco and Shake N' Bake? The public needs to be informed for their own safety!

Katie said...

excellent!

Thoughtful Review Guy said...

One of the two funniest "Far Side" cartoon is the one of the Donner Party Memorial: a statue of two pieces of bread with a foot sticking out of them.

(The other funniest shows some guys in a little fishing boat. In the distance is a whale leaping out of the water with the casting-ends of four or five fishing rods coming out of it's mouth. One of the guys in the boat in the foreground says "Whoo-wee! I wonder what they were using!")

the rev. said...

Is this what Bush had in mind when he talked about people having a hard time "putting food on their families?"

 
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