#10 – Cracker


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  1. Mikael says:

    Ive actually done that! Haha

  2. Chris says:

    As have I… that’s where I got the idea from 🙂

  3. satchel says:

    Me too. That’s what it’s like to be broke.

  4. TKort says:

    Wow, with olives? Very fancy!

  5. Jeff The Ninja says:

    MMMMM Olives, that living the dream. The White Trash Dream.

  6. dallas says:

    Ate staufers stovetop stuffing on a stale crunchy bun one time, my roommate and I had hit it big when we found the stuffing. A week and a half of white flour buns just doesnt give you the nutrition you would like

  7. Zizi the Pirate says:

    Eww~ Even I wouldn’t eat that, even after being forced to eat some very strange things in my short life. (stupid laptop, not typing D;)

  8. Female Fox Furry says:

    I don’t like relish, mustard or ketchup! Whee. Anti-condiment all the way.

  9. Ing says:

    I can sorta sympathize with Biff. I once had a tortilla with croutons, deli ham, and salsa in it for breakfast…

  10. D says:

    Ing> I eat things like that every other day. AND I LIKE IT.

    Still, it rawks when I get a nice dinner or a nice lunch.

    Or breakfast.

    Or lunch.

  11. Konola says:

    I would do that. But with out the olives and with 3 year old mayonnaise (I’m teling the truth)

  12. 66point6 says:

    Only thing I can thinl of that’s worse that that is raw instant ramen and baby food….Man, college sucked.

  13. Wortcov says:

    I like raw instant ramen… its soo crunchy^^

  14. Huntress says:

    omg, baby food!? thats descusting, but strangly funny…..

  15. Game Boy. Advanced? says:

    I got hungry one day at work. I worked at a grocery store. I was also very poor. I decided to buy a jar of beef and carrot baby food, took it to the break room and cooked it in the microwave for about 20 seconds or so. It tasted pretty good, though the texture was rather…….well, slimy. Oh, and I was in high school and still living with my parents at the time…….Kinda glad I didn’t make it to college, cuz I would have starved

  16. Darkpheonix XIII says:

    I’ve eaten all sorts of wierd combinations. Carrots and ketchup, cheeze whiz and graham crackers, soy sauce and vanilla ice-cream, and lately, apples and ketchup (mmm, zesty sweet!)

  17. Countchunko says:

    Chris? I’ve been reading the comics over and over, and I started wondering, How many have you based off of real life experiences?

  18. Jaz says:

    i would love to eat that for lunch

  19. Vetoed says:

    the sad thing is, that actually sounds like something i’ve eaten before…

  20. d_byrnes says:

    Heh…reminds me of the week I ate bread sandwiches. 1 slice of white bread between 2 slices of white bread, with a little mayo for zing!

  21. Malachite Dragon says:


  22. Vickster says:

    at pizza hut with a load of my friends i had:
    -ice cream factory ice cream
    -insane amounts of chocolate sauce and sweets and stuff
    -parmesan cheese
    -red crayon
    all in one. it didnt look very appetising, but surprisingly, it didn’t taste too bad. I wouldn’t do it again though. except maybe for money.

  23. Welcome to college life!!!

  24. Chaotic Descent says:

    … I ate something very close to that. It made me throw up. after only one bite. I think it was white bread, ketchup, mustard, and parmesan.

  25. Mike says:

    I remember the last time one of my friend’s children had a cupcake-making party. I snuck in and put toppings from the buffet on one of them. In the end it had chili, ketchup, two different flavors of ice cream, cheese, french fry salt, strawberry sauce, a layer of icing and sprinkles. I left it in the middle of one of the tables and someone tried to eat it.

    Long story short, doing stupid things leads to regurgitation.

  26. Zornorph says:

    How is baby food disgusting? It’s just normal people food put through a blender…

    One of my favourite things to do in primary school was to get a meat pie from the canteen, take the lid off, stir some sauce into the meat, then add raw two minute noodles, and fold it into a taco sort of a shape. I ate that once a fortnight for lunch for two years. Of course I shared it with my best friend though, I wasn’t greedy!

  27. Malachite Dragon says:

    Ok, that thing just looks DAMN nasty.

  28. Darkpheonix XIII says:

    I’m defenitly remembering Vickster’s recipe for next party.

  29. AVEENA says:

    I would totally eat it if it were jus cracker an ketchup….or just ketchup for that matter….emmmm, ketchup!

  30. Elkian says:

    mmm…ketchup mashed potatoes w/ peas…..
    …..bittersweet chocolate chip chicken….

  31. tamaness says:

    I made taco ramen once. meat with taco seasoning on it, in ramen because the tortillas were moldy…. not too bad with some parmegian cheese on it.

  32. TMG says:

    Once upon a time, I was really hungry, and it was late. My usual response to this is to make a turky-and-colby-jack-sandwich with mustard. Well, I had already put the mustard and the cheese on the bread before I realized that we didn’t have any lunch meat of any kind.

    We did, however, have a box of Triscuits and some hamburger-cut pickles.

    I ate the whole thing. 30 min later, I had intestinal problems lasting about 2 hours.

    This is basically the next step up from D_Byrne’s bread sandwich, except with the extra bread in the middle replaced with Triscuits, and with pickles and cheese. Oh, and no mayo. (Okay, I guess its not quite the same thing…)

  33. Lumanaru says:

    This reminds me of my favorite sandwich. Peanut Butter, Mayo, and a slice of processed cheese! Mmmmm… Try it sometime. It’s good.

  34. Minx says:

    I’m really glad I went to culinary school; as long as you didn’t screw up, you had a nice meal twice a day. Though a friend of mine did convince me to try stir-fry ramen..interesting, though I didn’t puke, I don’t reccommend it. I think it was shrimp ramen with soy sauce and canned veggies. Though it was the best meal that fed 6 people for under $3 I’ve ever had

  35. Colin says:

    we have all been there

  36. Siin says:

    Yeah, closet thing to that I’ve eaten was ten saltenes glued together with ten month old relish that I found behing the baking soda. Needless to say, I had to take the month off from school.

  37. Halo ChIef says:

    Ive had wierder.

  38. Halo Chief says:

    Breakfast: nachos, sno cone, & Dr. Pepper(“The Breakfast of Champions”)
    Lunch: raw onions, taco sauce, sloppy joe on an onion bun(mmm…onions)
    Dinner:carrots & grapes dipped in chili, cheese fries,onions,coke mixed with
    (last one did not eat but my 8 yr old brother made @ Montgomery Inn)
    Dessert: ice cream with tortilla chunks, cinnamon, honey, caramel

  39. dtanza says:

    i ate something like that at an airport once.

  40. Trypno01 says:

    Holy crap I’d have to be really really stoned to eat that

  41. Trypno01 says:

    although I have eaten a slice of bread with ketchup, mustard, parmesan cheese, and hot sauce on it when I was hungry enough once.

  42. o.o says:

    kina reminds me of what i made…i was REALLY HUNGRY but it was like 1 am so i didn’t wanna leave my room…
    a button, some paper, 4 tic tacs, and a dime between two nickles….the stranger part is that it all dissolved in my stomach…even the coins…

  43. Kaz says:

    I am also a culinary student. I can always manage something, if I have my spices. Also, dried ramen and most baby foods are good…………. *grabs a jar of apples in pomegranate juice*

  44. Gwid says:

    Hm… I always use multiple sauces – tomato sauce mixed with BBQ sauce and tartar sauce.

  45. Mad David says:

    The funniest thing is, this sounds like it might actually be good to me.
    (Mmm. Relish with Horseradish)

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