Rumproast Snack Pr0n: Tuna Rarebit Sandwich

Just gag me. There aren’t enough electric chairs for little Sally Gasco and her Mom.

Posted by StrangeAppar8us on 09/28/11 at 04:02 PM • Permalink

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Using rye seems a tad eastcoastelitist.

Using rye seems a tad eastcoastelitist.

That’s all Mrs. Gasco has, because Mr. Gasco threw out everything else in the refrigerator to make room for the Blatz.

A hamburger, a hot dog, and a tuna rarebit: Interestingly, none of these conform to the traditional notion of “sandwich” as its usage has been passed down to Sally Gasco and her family.  Oh, who cares.  So long as everyone is wearing a dress, a proper atmosphere of convivial hospitality has been obtained.  Except for the boys, of course!

Sally and her Mom (and narrator Ted Meyers) also starred in the ultra-creepy piece of Conformity Pr0n for the Consanguineous, A Date With Your Family, which was featured in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode Invasion USA.

So long as everyone is wearing a dress, a proper atmosphere of convivial hospitality has been obtained.

That, and yummy “accessory foods.”

@Scott C — Well-spotted! Just one more reason why Big Natural Gas needs to be indicted by The Hague.

Damn, I saw the title “Let’s Make a Sandwich” and I was expecting pr0n pr0n, not snack pr0n.

eeewwwww…..

Miss Gasco is quite the comely lass. I’d schedule an unhealthy obsession were she not in her mid-70s by now.

There are sandwiches and sandwiches, all right. I’ll have one of the ones that doesn’t look like barf and smell like cat food, if you please! (The narrator did say it was *gracious* to offer guests a choice.)

+ yup, Quaker, Miss Sally was a cutie in the old days.

Fucking 1950 Babylon, dude.  From the two young chippy guys ramming things down their throats (if you know what I mean, and I think that you do)to the 5,000-year-old mother teaching her “daughter” to convert industrial waste into appetizing horseshit,this is the cultural marker that shows America USA was dead 30 years before Reagan.

Well, OK, I’ve had about 1/2 a bottle of Sailor Jerry washed down with Yuengling Oktoberfest, but what the hey?

Please don’t tell me that lady intentionally styled her hair like that.
I’ve seen moose poop piles that looked better.

Sally and her Mom (and narrator Ted Meyers) also starred in the ultra-creepy piece of Conformity Pr0n for the Consanguineous, A Date With Your Family, which was featured in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode Invasion USA.

YouTube has it.

And here’s the MST3K version

Comment by Middlewest on 09/28/11 at 11:43 PM

MST3K version

I sure do miss that program.

Wow, apparently we are depressingly desperate for content right now.  Oh look, over there!  REPUBLICANS!!

OH, not that the video wasn’t, um, interesting and all, you know, so . . . and, uh, TUNA!!  RAREBIT!!  ;-)

@marindenver — We hadn’t done any food in a while, and “Make me a sammich” is a never an O/T meme on Rumproast.

And, anyway, if Sally and her Mom aren’t Cream Cheese People, I don’t know who is.

Imagine what that “rarebit” would look like if this was filmed in color….barftastic!

I would think you would want to condemn the “Gasco"s to the gas chamber in proper keeping with the sponsorship of this bit of claptrap.

Mother is a great believer in the aesthetic value of parsley.

That’s all I have to say.

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