Wordless Wednesday

I love Spam this is not Spam.
Look carefully at the other tasty flavors offered.

How many of you would be tongue loaf in a can?

The whole ad made me gag a little.


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  1. Hmmm I’m not sure about this product, lol. I love spam too.

  2. benzeknees says:

    In Canada our Spam was called Klik & I used to love it as a sandwich meat as a child. Then when I tried the real Spam as an adult, I was not impressed.
    Bernie, also wanted to let you know I tagged you in my post today for the Versatile Blogger Award, you are one of my new favorites.

    • My brother used to fry it black and dip it in peanut butter. I have no clue. That used to gross me out!
      Thank you for the award. I did a quick fly by your blog. I have to go back and read the other posts later.

  3. These things were geared towards the army back then. But I don’t think any serving military private would be longing for Tongue Loaf as rations. I actually have two cans of Spam in my pantry right now!

  4. Oh yeah, Spam was the first thing I thought of when I saw this. My mom used to tease us about eating tongue…she ate it, we wouldn’t get anywhere close.

    • When my folks were first married, Dad asked Mom to make tongue. It came rolled up. So she tossed it in some water and let it boil. When it started to boil it unwrapped and she freaked out! She called her sister whining that something was wrong and how gross it was. The two of them decided to just throw it away. *lol*

  5. OK… I’d buy the Tongue Loaf in a can just to give to those people who never seem to shut up. Put a bow on it and you have a cute, yet serious, warning! LOL

  6. Tongue loaf??? Oh gag me with a spoon. All I can think of is all those little taste buds all ground up into a pulpy mess. Thanks for ruining my breakfast….and maybe lunch and dinner also! :-)

    • That is what I think about when I think about tongue too! I think Malt o Meal must be little ground up taste buds of tongue.

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