Ten Types of Pasta I Better Be Eating in 2017, Or Else
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Ten Types of Pasta I Better Be Eating in 2017, Or Else

There will be hell to pay if I don't have my pasta!!!!!

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Ten Types of Pasta I Better Be Eating in 2017, Or Else
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1. Linguini

Better eat some linguini or I'm gonna get meany.

2. Fusilli

If fusili enough to deny me this pasta, I will scream.

3. Spaghetti

Take away my spaghetti and you'll be upsetti.

4. Ravioli

There will be no point to 2017 if ravioli is not involved.

5. Penne

Penne for my thoughts? I better be eating some darn penne with vodka sauce next year.

6. Farfalle (aka bowtie pasta)

I am bow-tired of not eating this delicious pasta. Only farFOOLes would take away my farfalle.

7. Gnocchi

Life is jokey without precious gnocchi. You better deliver us 2017.

8. Tortellini

Life will be more like torture-lini if I don't have any tortellini in the coming year.

9. Lasagna

Garfield and I will start a protest against the pasta establishment if we don't have any of that sweet sweet lasagna.

10. Macaroni (specifically with cheese)

Macaroni and please for the love of all that is pasta, I macaro-need this dish in my life. I will seek vengeance if it is not provided.



Happy New Year, unless I don't get my pasta!!!!!!!!!



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