Meatloaf: The most ironic of all foods.
"What once was meat, for now, is loaf.
A cow turns into bread.
Musculature, may serve as toast.
The world. Turned on. Its head." ~Oscar Wilde's 1st poem. About meatloaf.
The History of MeatloafEdit
Meatloaf was first invented by Weird Al Yankovic in 1234321 After Cheese as a cure for poverty by crossing a snake with a giraffe. But Oscar Wilde had already cured poverty by inventing bean dip, so Al was stuck with giant pair of pants full of meatloaf ( The pants were cheeper than a refrigerator ).
Devestated, Al, decided to give his invention to the local tourist office. They loved it, but decided it was a bit too expensive for popular sales, so they made one minor modification to the recipie...
Meatloaf is a famous singer, most noted for writing a billion albums with the words "bat" and "Hell" in the title. Most people think that this is a guy who calls himself meatloaf, but it's actually a giant singing slab of food.
Its singing abilities were advertised in the Rocky Horror Picture Show, along with its edibility ( although the latter has since been debunked ).
The New RecipieEdit
Meatloaf is not actually made from cows. No, it is made of people who have turned into cows. ( That is, meatloaf is either made out of members of the unfortunate cowated populace or one of the ever frightening Warecows ).
Meatloaf production starts with throwing a man-cow into a giant blender and then spitting on it. Then they add the "secret ingredient" ( dog blood, but don't tell them I told you ), and the other "secret ingredient" ( cat vomit, you can tell them I told you that. )
Bill, the Meatloafman ( of Olde Norse mythology ) anxiously sits on top of a mountain, waiting to shape the incoming sludge into bricks. He does so, and...
There's your meatloaf!