Spam’n Limas

This ad features an ever-popular atrocious ingredient: SPAM!

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Strikingly enhanced by the opponently coloured monster beans this shocking arrangement can serve as an efficient test of our gag reflex.

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  • Anders February 3, 2013 at 7:38 pm

    That do look delicious, welcome to the 80ties, can’t believe what we ate back then!

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  • Josh Feldman February 5, 2013 at 3:30 am

    When I was 18 I took part in a backpacking trip that featured a 3 day survival jaunt in a very remote area of the high Sierra Nevada mountains of California. I was with a group who figured we could feed ourselves with fish from the lakes and streams. This was a very bad idea and we were starving badly when we reconvened. The trip’s leader has a very special bit of contraband in this environment of freeze-dried mountaineering food: two cans of Spam. I had never had it before. He boiled the cans and cut them open we devoured the salty meat and gooey jelly instantly. I had never tasted anything so delicious. Even now, I can’t quite see this display as disgusting. It looks kind of edible to me. That just goes to show that the setting is quite important. I would discounted that can of Spam as practically dog food in most other circumstances. Starvation gives you a unique perspective on food.

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