Wednesday, February 29, 2012

A Fishy Obituary

Afternoon Readers,

     And now, a moment of silence...
Picture of the deceased if he'd been made by anyone else
Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole- Friend and Main Course

      Last week, Tuna Noodle Casserole passed away at the age of 24 hours, due to complications with the crock pot. Although in seemingly good health as he entered the vessel, four hours on "'high", instead of seven on "low" caused the usually robust recipe to burn and wither like George Hamlin chained inside a tanning bed. Experts on Pintrest and Google suggest this tragic death could've been avoided if the cook had ordered out for pizza or never been born.

     Before the accident, "Noodle", as he was known down at the local VFW, enjoyed sitting as separate ingredients, waiting until the day he made something of himself, and nice highball of Old Crow on the rocks. Here's what some of those who knew him are saying..
     "Made with little to no effort. Impossible to mess up." - Easy Crock Pot Cookbook

     "Are you trying to kill me? Because I already explained about the socks that aren't yours." 
-Husband of the cook

     "Eww. Cake now?" - Children of the cook

     "What do you mean it was green?" - Mother of the cook

     "If you got any around your eyes, flush it out with water." - Lady at Poison Control

     Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole is preceded in death by numerous other recipes. He leaves behind  impossibly-baked-on remnants of himself, Almost Edible Banana Bread, and That One Noodle Dish You Made That Only Gave Me Half A Stroke. The family requests comments be left in lieu of flowers.

Thank you all for your time and moment of silence. If you or someone you love has murdered a dinner close to you, please feel free to share.

Until Next Time, Readers!