Submitted by our friends Chris and J. Matt at Stony Brook University. I think it’s brilliant.
The Noodles lay on the surface,
Angel hair like a light.
(O weary, weary were the world,
But here is all aright.)
I moved noodles to my plate,
Didn’t have to move far.
(O stern and cunning Funchetti,
But here hearty dishes are.)
Linguinne fits with “white” clam sauces,
not putting tongues on fire.
(O weary, weary is the world,
But hear the world’s desire.)
Taglierini very thin and delicate,
Flat as commonly known,
And all the eaters looked up at Him,
And all noodles looked down
A Chrifsmas Carol Poem by Cap’n Misty, based on a Christmas Carol Poem by G. K. Chesterton
We’re glad everyone likes it so much! It was created after a Friday happy hour a couple weeks ago. We’re working on a higher-res version, but the original was kind of small so we’ll see what’s possible. If anyone has suggestions, that would be great.
Wow, that’s great!
Merry Chrifsmas! (or however you spell it)
That will be my Chrifsmas card.
Hahahahaahaha aChrifsmas!!! I love it!
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