Satirists To Decide Comedic Value of Breadsticks

WILLOW GROVE, PENN. Satirists are gathering at a conference titled “This Article Is An Inside Joke” in Willow Grove this weekend to decide if breadsticks are inherently funny or only so when mentioned in the same sentence as “Olive Garden”.

“Breadsticks by their nature are humorous, just mention the word breadsticks and people laugh,” said Conference Chairperson Freeman Bradley Stix.

“No, there must be a premise with proper execution or it means nothing,” responded TeeJ Nooby.

“Fresh bakery products are always a hot button issue. You’re either fir ’em or agin ’em, there’s no in between,” chimed Rusty Zipper.

To which RaisinCain responded “The more important question to ask, is the breadstick even there, and if not, what is it’s motivation for not being present?”.

MaximumMad added “Is this a joke or something because I’m not getting it. Why are we even discussing breadsticks OR Olive Garden, they both suck. Where in the hell is Willow Grove and who is John Galt?”

The Conference ended without a resolution.

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16 thoughts on “Satirists To Decide Comedic Value of Breadsticks

  1. I haven’t eaten at an OG for several years, but if memory serves the breadsticks were excellent!

  2. I’m actually eating at an olive garden right now. I have to admit the breadsticks are damned good! Damn you!

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  4. Not the script editor, the spell checker…and it’s on my puter or browser. Much of the time it works well but sometimes when it doesn’t recognize it just throws in something weird. I spend as much time correcting it as I do my own mistakes.

  5. I’m thinking he’s a potential conteda.

    On the site for two weeks and getting referenced ahead of veterans.

    Must be making some uncomfortable.

  6. I like that name, RaisinCain. But the more important questions are whether the concept of breadsticks is socially constructed and whether the phallic nature of breadsticks reinforces Western patriarchy.

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