Someone Ate This is a Tumblr dedicated to the worst things people have actually eaten.
“Simulated Diarrhea Casserole”
Kraft boxed Mac ‘N Cheese, which is always generously given out at your local food bank, apparently has many UNUSUAL uses. Here we have a rare “Mac Pizza” made of the stuff — yeah, the CRUST is the Mac ‘N Cheese, smothered with greasy, cheesy pizza topping. sure to add more FAT around your middle like our “Food Expert” exercising his pictured above. There are many more “upsetting vintage recipes” on VintageRecipeCards.com that may amuse thee.
INGENIOUS IDEA FROM HELL: PIZZA CRUST MADE OF BOXED MAC ‘N CHEESE. ITALY IS FURIOUS OVER THE AMERICANIZATION OF PIZZA IN THIS MOST FOUL WAY.
A guy actually had the nerve to make this “Summer Salad Pie” (see all the steps in photos here) who commented:
“It’s pretty bizarre. Not horrible, just really weird.”
Trick OREO® Treat
Professional food eater Matt Stonie orders a box of 25 Big Macs from McDonalds and is filmed chowing them all down in a record-breaking 22 minutes.
Campbell’s is releasing limited edition Star Wars chicken noodle soup and SpaghettiOs later this month.
YOU’LL BE EATING SHIT
IN YOUR LABOR DAY BURGER!
A recent Consumer Reports study reveals hamburger meat contains fecal matter. What is fecal matter? Crudely put (our specialty) it’s POOP from the asshole! The consumer watchdog found fecal bacteria in ALL raw hamburger it tested from supermarkets across the country — and also found bacteria SUPERBUGS in the raw meat!
“Consumer Reports tested 300 packages of ground beef purchased in stores across the country. Almost all contained bacteria that signified fecal contamination. More than 40 percent contained staph aureus. Almost 20 percent contained C. perfringens, which causes almost 1 million cases of food poisoning annually, many related to beef. And a significant amount contained superbugs, bacteria that are resistant to three or more classes of antibiotics. ” KEEP READING
LABOR DAY FECAL MATTER BURGER
And here’s how to MAKE FEET LOAF for your family and friends! Practice CANNIBALISM with FEET LOAF! KEEP AMERICA STRONG!
“Place sliced garlic cloves cut into pieces on toes for nails. Hollow out a space in the ankle for some celery ‘bones’ to stick out. Alternately you can use onion, potato or carrot in place of the celery to imitate the ankle bone.”
IT’S BABY JANE HUDSON’S FAVORITE DISH!
AIN’T SHE A SEXY HOT BITCH, EH?
“It looks like a skinny dick to me.”
Is Olive Garden truly authentic Italian food? Italian grandmothers taste Olive Garden’s “Italian food” and give their opinions.
NO GREEN PEAS IN GUACAMOLE EVER!
The Internet goes nuts over a New York Times recipe saying to add green peas to guacamole. Consumerist writes, “No, New York Times, No One Wants To Put Peas In Their Guacamole.” See Salon’s collective of damning tweets here. See more disgusted tweets on Twitter under hastag #NYTrecipes.
TRUST YOU? YOU’VE GOT TO BE KIDDING!
Add green peas to your guacamole. Trust us. http://t.co/7imMY9c2ph pic.twitter.com/oeOMt2qgmh
— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 1, 2015
SHAKEDOWN [KTLA.COM] — When Devorise Dixon opened his Kentucky Fried Chicken meal and bit into it, he found his ‘chicken’ had a tail. Naturally the first thing anyone would do is take pictures of it and put it on Facebook to get online attention (he took video of the meal, too), remarking about getting a lawyer (THOUSANDS have seen the alleged ‘fried rat’ photo online). He then took the alleged fried rat to the manager of KFC a couple of days later (not a good move) to complain. But KFC says Devorise Dixon’s claim is a HOAX.
“As I bit into it I noticed that it was very hard and rubbery which made me look at it. As I looked down at it I noticed that it was was in a shape of a rat with a tail. It sent deep chills throughout my whole body! I’ve been feeling weird ever since. It’s time for a lawyer, be safe don’t eat fast food!”
KFC CRIES HOAX ON THIS ‘FRIED RAT’
Pizza Hut’s new invention, incorporating hot dogs with pizza, is called a “freak show” combo. How ingenious is that? Naturally it’s high in calories and fat at 460 calories per slice, or 3,680 calories for a typical eight-slice pizza, more than two days allowance for a male specimen.
Learn all the news of this life-changing food invention on Twitter by using hashtag #HotDogPizza. As weird as it appears, it actually looks good for hot dog lovers. They can enjoy hot dogs (technically they’re “pigs in a blanket” because of the crust) AND pizza at the same time.