Ham by any other color would taste as sweet
Yeah, it sounds like a weird diet, but it must be healthy; the guy who wrote it is a doctor.
“You fail to comprehend the nature of my objection, Samajam. You may suggest all the unconventional gustatory venues you wish, from shipboard tables to goat pastures, but still I refuse to eat this bizarre dish.
“These foods are wholly unnatural in color, Samajam! Is this not abundantly evident to you? It is their strange and alarming hue which puts me off, not the circumstances under which they are served. Yes, of course, in general, the possibility of breakfasting with a fox piques my interest. But in this specific case, the appeal of such an unconventional dining companion is more than offset by my revulsion at the bill of fare.
“For heaven’s sake, Samajam; they’re green. Does the fact not trouble you? Are you utterly unconcerned about spoilage? What do you know of the provenance of these weird-hued provisions? I shan’t consume them, Samajam. There is no place-setting so intriguing as to entice me.”
Wear this t-shirt: here or there. Wear this t-shirt anywhere.
Don’t wear this shirt: in your house, with a mouse, in a box, with a fox. Foxes and mice should be stored in separate boxes.
This shirt tells the world: “Say no to artificial food dyes.”
We call this color: Would You Eat Them Burnt And Black? Would You, For A Midnight Snack?
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