Survival Tips for the New Year

What’s the difference between chicken bread and food? The apocalypse.

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  • http://withbrokenbread.blogspot.com/ Troy

    “Why do we call this chicken bread? ‘Cuz the apocalypse ain’t happened yet!” Soooo… When the apocalypse occurs, it will no longer be chicken or bread? I don’t understand!!!

  • Melissa

    Well, now it’s food for the chickens and then it will be food for us! Simple!

  • Michael Watson

    I can’t wait for “Chicken Soup for the Apocalypse” to come out!

  • Anonymous

    I found this guy through you, Mike! I LOVE the one you have on your page!

  • Anonymous

    I know! This guy’s so totally dialed in. He’s livin’ the Green Life, man.

  • http://allegro63.wordpress.com/ allegro63

    remind me not to eat after the apocalypse!

  • Berkshire

    I’m not sure I understand the point of surviving the apocalypse if immediately after you’re going to start slowly killing yourself with grease. . . . but then, if you can survive the Apocalypse, maybe you don’t need to be afeared ‘a no grease. I suppose it might be the one thing that can render (pun intended) a meal of grease *not* the worst thing to happen to you.


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