'Turned out Mary for a Sale'
The author of this online parody – which concerns itself with the supposed discoveries of sacred images in food (a potato crisp looking like Jesus, Koranic emblems inside aubergines, and so on), writes: 'The sydromatic [sic] type of phenomenon attested to in this parody has happened before and will happen again. Through exhaustive and painstaking research with the aid of computer models this parody will attempt to describe the circumstances that will propel the next phenomenon of this nature to widespread interest and fanfare through media focusing. My model declares that there is a 78.45% chance that the next occurance [sic] will be as is predicted. Enjoy $$$!'
I snacked on light Doritos, |
The corn meal I adore,
I was mealing on some bread stick,
That I chowed on in the store.
Mush-room pizza it was harder,
Than the peeling on an egg.
I just had to take another drink,
From that pony keg.
Then just a wee bit later,
Traded Miller for some ale.
Fed my face, with wurst but mostly,
Ate the breadsticks that turned stale.
The sticks were lightly seasoned,
'Fore my tooth my brain did see.
As I pulled it out my dental guard,
Was plain as plain can be.
Found a Sistine pretzel virgin,
In a breadstick bag of toast!
Get that online bidding open,
Just can't wait them to be closed.
So now it's one week later,
And my check is in the mail.
Then I'll lace my purse robostly [sic],
Turned out Mary for a sale.
Organ Solo & Take Out To Fade