Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal of Good Mythical Morning, a YouTube morning show, purchased a giant bucket of apocalyptic food from televangelist Jim Bakker. Then they ranked the contents from best (“Armageddon-er Done!”) to worst (“28 Diarrheas Later”).
It only cost them $175 for the bucket, plenty of time for cooking, and whatever medical bills they’ll have to pay down the road.
They rank the foods relative to each other, so some fare well even if they’re bland, but it’s clear that none of this is anybody’s first choice for end-of-the-world cuisine.
If you have to eat it, though, be sure to sing the “My Girl” parody while you’re at it.
(Thanks to Brian for the link)