Free Speech Online Blueribbon Campaign

Top 10 Things To Do With A Can of Spam

Description: For those of us who aren't vikings sitting in an English cafe, spam is not our fvorite food. But what should we do with all those exess potted meat products? A wide variety of things to do will be accepted from "throw it at your brother" to disgusting recepies.

Note, Spam is a registered trademark of Hormel Foods. All rights reserved.

    Guidelines:
  1. E-mail things to do to me at webcomment2014@trevorstone.org with the subject of Contest: Spam.
  2. It goes without saying (except that I am saying it) that you don't say "eat it." You need something else in the recepie.
    The Submissions:
  1. I would spell it backwards and then use it to find my way to Boise, Idaho.
    casco@leland.stanford.edu (Matthew Drasner)
  2. Put it under your pillow for the spam fairy.
    LCE1234567@aol.com (Lawson Earl)
  3. Instead of candy, hand out Spam to those annoying Trick-or-Treaters who stay out too late on Halloween night.
    CLrGoDDeSS@aol.com (Michelle)
  4. Bake it in the hot summer sun. Use it for bricks to build houses for the homeless. Otherwise, someone might expect them to eat it.
    mshauers@midusa.net (Margaret A. Shauers)
  5. Mass mail it to members of Congress.
    mshauers@midusa.net (Margaret A. Shauers)
  6. Slice it into cubes, stick the cubes in the ground, and grow a grove of Spam Trees!!!
    TDillman@home.com (Blair Parker)
  7. Feed it to little kids for punishment for bad behavior
    frogjam@todays-tech.com (jenny felin)
  8. Skin grafts for injured pigs.
    koohai@worldnet.att.net (J. Gallagher)
  9. Create a much more interesting 'Beware of' pet.
    kyubiko@comnet.ca (Fox Reinard)
  10. Throw away the spam and recycle the can. ican@whidbey.net (T.C.)

More contests
Back to my homepage

Last modified by Trevor Stone webcomment2014@trevorstone.org