Enter the Black Chili of death...................
Ahhhh how shall
I describe the chili Disgusting could be a word. The second
week me and Joe were rooming together I brought up the chili
that my mom cooked (my mother was trying to poison me). I didn't'
really trust it to eat, and Joe though he will eat a lot, he
wouldn't touch the chili. The chili was in a green Tupperware
container, and I set it aside........... Months later I found
this green Tupperware container, GESSSSHHH it reeked, I just
covered it back up and put it in the shelf......... Months later
I found this green Tupperware container....... and yet again
it smelled no better, but was developing these cool blue and
green colors, so well since it was looking rather unique I put
it on top of the TV to display. Joe was taking chemistry at
this time and brought some pretty cool chemicals back to the
room (and melted anything he could), he made some unique reactions
with the chili, and thus the chili started to grow. One day
I came back and the chili had popped it's top and was spilled
out onto the TV. Not only did it spill out onto the TV it melted
into the TV. Yes at the end of the semester we had to throw
the TV away since the chili melted itself all the way to the
picture tube. And one day while Al was attacking Joe (jumping
up and down on his back) Joe rolled and started grappling with
Al, Joe seeking out anything to grab, happened to grab the lid
of the chili and rubbed it on Al's back, and Al immediately
retreated totally disgusted by being touched by the chili. A
few weeks later Al developed a weird fungus on his back that
had to be treated by a doctor. The chili continued to change
and mutate as if alive. Only God knows what the Chili was now.
Over the years the chili has had a few things added to it and
is still in existence and a substantial reward will be given
to anyone who takes a bite of the chili. The chili is now 10
years old. And yet again food is a predominant story line.........