Your last meal.

Apparently, people like to eat.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Brother Maynard » Tue Oct 19, 2010 3:17 am UTC

Five pounds of cherries and a live beaver.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby iChef » Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:13 am UTC

Home made fettuccini alfredo. With roasted tomato and garlic sourdough bread. A dozen oysters. A roast duck leg. Finish it off with a slice of key lime pie. Then also maybe some brie and sault port cheeses with a baguette and sliced apples. I would have to be able to make it myself though or it wouldn't be worth it. Oh yeah and an order of spadini (slow roasted prime rib sliced extra thin wrapped around delicious cheese and herb filling. Must be served with a friggin' COKE!!!!
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Mazuku » Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:41 am UTC

Brother Maynard wrote:Five pounds of cherries and a live beaver.

You are talking about food right?
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Kevin88 » Thu May 16, 2013 8:18 pm UTC

Frozen yogurt (a bunch of flavors), Thai green chicken curry, pasta with white sauce and seafood, crepes with fruit and fruit compote, spinach muffins, mac and cheese with extra cheese and hot dog pieces, chicken noodle soup, and my mum's pirogis.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby bouer » Sat Jun 08, 2013 1:16 am UTC

Barbequed baby. Rare. If I'm going to be executed may as well have a reason.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby EchoRomulus » Wed Jun 26, 2013 11:31 pm UTC

I would like Loki's ale horn, which was fed from the sea and never ran out of liquor. (How it turned seawater into hard liquor don't ask me) to stall for time.

But for the meal itself, I would want meatballs with farfalle pasta, seasoned with fresh golden oregano, trio formagio cheese, and just a hint of basil like us Italians love.

I would want the meat to be venison, and lobster meat shredded and added to the sauce. And Shittake mushrooms. Just a few diced onions. Sehr gute. Sehr gute.
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby You, sir, name? » Sat Jul 27, 2013 7:20 pm UTC

Well, if I'm gonna die anyway, I might as well experience things that others may not:

So, I'd go for
* A salad grown in Pripyat
* Raw pork served with butter-fried amanita virosa
* An amateur's fugu sashimi
* Water of the river Ganges
* A shot of methanol

I want my plates and cups to be made out of lead, and my cutlery cadmium.
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Whitekiboko » Sat Jul 27, 2013 9:57 pm UTC

My executioner's still beating heart.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Tomlidich the second » Thu Jan 09, 2014 5:42 pm UTC

i want a handcuff key, a handgun, and a 2014 corvette stingray.

in all seriousness:

appetizer: spicy wings with ranch

entree: seasoned tritip, as rare as they can cook it, in nice big slices.

desert: chocolate moose.

im a simple guy with simple tastes.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby haikyogirl » Sat Feb 15, 2014 5:54 pm UTC

Potassium cyanide, washed down with pentobarbitone. I'm going out on my own terms, thanks.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Shchenya » Tue May 05, 2015 12:31 am UTC

An apple that has naturally fallen from the tree,
Piece of tavern bread (soda bread made with half rye flower, half wheat and cheese and sausage meat baked into it)
Salted butter, single serving.
Glass of water.

Considering what my wishes for my body are might as well have appropriate meal.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby pkcommando » Wed May 13, 2015 4:53 pm UTC

A child's Happy Meal.

As in, go to McDonald's and take a Happy Meal away from a child. The child will not be given a replacement, or else I'll get that one, too. If I have to die, time for one final act of... evil(?).

St Peter: Look, we can get past the 700 counts of murder, but that Happy Meal thing? That's just a real dick move, man. *pulls lever for trap door to hell*

Seriously, though, I wouldn't be particular about a last meal. Kind of hard to enjoy it when you know what's coming. Burger and fries, probably. Maybe poutine instead of just fries.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Tyndmyr » Tue May 26, 2015 7:48 pm UTC

Whatever makes for the most terrible post-execution cleanup.

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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Ginger » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:50 am UTC

My last meal was something my mommy made with vegetables, cut up bits of meat, seasonings and somethin'-somethin' else on it. I always-always liked that dish. It doesn't satisfy my vegan obsession with the bits of meat but it still had vegetables. And diet cola.
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby flicky1991 » Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:22 pm UTC

Ginger wrote:My last meal was something my mommy made
I don't think you read the original post here. This thread is about what you'd eat for your last meal ever, if you were being executed.
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Ginger » Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:43 pm UTC

I... see. I have a bad habit of doing that. Okay: My last meal ever is cheesecake. Strawberry cheesecake. And alcohol. And what a silly-disturbing-silly idea for a thread. I'm outta here posthaste.
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Re: Your last meal.

Postby Sableagle » Fri Jan 05, 2018 8:04 pm UTC

Ten weeks' supply of healthy, sufficient, balanced diet.

Special request: distribute it to the ten poorest kids in town. I have no use for it. I'm dying today anyway. If you want to spend that money feeding someone, feed them.

You're gonna carry that weight.
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