Corn Nuts: Forged by Lucifer himself? : LUSENET : Script Brads : One Thread

I am convinced that Corn Nuts are of the devil. Case in point: it is the official snack food of the WWF. Is there a food you believe is the work of Satan?

-- Brad (, February 06, 2001


Hell-fired Brimstone Sandies.

-- Reginald Squirrel (, February 06, 2001.

Devil's food cake, of course.

-- Hell's Belles (, February 07, 2001.

I think Pepperidge Farms' Sulphur-Dipped Prairie Oyster Pralines are pretty devilightful

-- Reginald Squirrel (, February 07, 2001.

Okay, here's another one by that master baker, Satan:

Cloven hooved pork rinds.

-- Brad (, February 07, 2001.

Or raw chitlins (uncleaned).

-- Reginald Squirrel (, February 08, 2001.

Raw, uncleaned chitlins.

Aren't those oysters?

-- Brad (, February 08, 2001.

Sunflower Seeds: The Manna of Lucifer. They're extremely habit forming. And loaded with salt, so they have to be really bad for ya'. You try 'em, get hooked, and eat ' ' 'em aaaallll day long. Everywhere you look, suddenly there are sunflower seed shells in every former empty cup, ashtray, or whatever other receptacle (sp?) that happens to be handy. I don't know why they are so addicting. I mean they really aren't the best food I've ever tasted...but, God, I am a slave to my seeds. Do you know how difficult it is to do your job or talk on the phone with a handful of seeds in your mouth? If I were a baseball player this little addiction of mine would be no problem. But, I'm not, so it is a problem. If only there were a twelve step program for those of us that can't seem to live without our seeds....regular, barbaque, ranch, salsa....the flavors are endless.

-- Teri Henson (, February 10, 2001.


Take a deep breath... Slowly now... Back away from the seeds. Back away from the seeds.

(Pssst, Brad! Call the guys with the nets and straight jackets.

-- Reginald Squirrel (, February 10, 2001.

Another snack food of the devil:

Reduced fat Oreos.

Satan pops up where you least expect him, I tell you.

-- Brad (, February 11, 2001.

Also Chocolate-covered Lug Nuts.

'Nuff said.

-- Reginald Squirrel (, February 12, 2001.

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