Nutrition experts tell us breakfast is the most important meal of the day. As dedicated cereal-aholic, after munching my bowl, there is just no room for the heaping piles of fatty, fetid, rotten spam that I empty out of my SpamKarma 2 traps on a daily basis (bless you 1,000,00 times, Dr. Dave).
The portions have been dramatically increasing, this morning I dumped more than 50 into the disposal, and my volume is probably small compared to others. As an example of the nutrition I am missing from these meals, here are some of the lovely dishes that have been served to me on a regular basis, all without my request, nor interest, nor desire expressed to any of the overly generous servers:
Yum, these are all things that some “people” have taken the time to figure out I am interested in.
A world without spam, oh what a wonderful world it would be.
I say we round up these scavengers, stuff ’em into a rocket, and send them on a one way ticket to Pluto… No, Pluto is too nice a place for them.
Update: In the time it took to compose this message, one prolific waiter brought me 12 new servings of spam, each with a slightly different garnish. More foulness went right to the trash.
The post "Spam For Breakfast" was originally emerged from the primordial ooze and first walked on land at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2006/03/spam-for-breakfast/) on March 24, 2006.