Dr. June Bug Diddums here, and I’m preparing for Gobble Day! For this holiday week lesson, let’s look at the history behind the family tradition of food fights! Once again, we must look at politics!
The first meeting of the Brontosaurian and Boarausaurian parties took place shortly after their formation. As was the custom of the day, a huge feast was prepared by each party. Despite their dietary changes, there were many dishes still eaten by both sides.
One popular dish was the forefather of the quiche. Isis normally prepared the succulent dish but was under the weather. Stufi offered to help his beautiful wife and followed her instructions to the letter. That is, until it came to adding the spices.
Stu didn’t know his father, Zuri, kept his own private stash of Kahn Ibis smokes hidden amongst the spices. Because of this, Zuri’s stash was accidently added, bringing extra flavor to more than just the quiche.
Of course Ayana would be a major figure in the Brontosaurian party. She never forgave him for marrying her daughter, and despised him for introducing bacon to the families.
Stu played gracious host for the Boarausaurians, and was handing out blackberry pie for dessert. Always trying to impress, Stu brought Ayana the first slice. Unfortunately he tripped and the pie smashed into Ayana’s face.
Possibly it was the Kahn Ibis effect, or just her hatred of her son-in-law, but Ayana grabbed a slice and mushed Stu. Isis came to her man’s defense and threw some pie at her mom. Ayana ducked and an unsuspecting onlooker received a face full.
Needless to say, the room erupted with flying food. So the next time Congress convenes and you have to duck Aunt Buelah’s fruit cake, remember Stu Piede’s contribution!