Resurrection of 1666...
> Celestine III Welcome Dinner...
15 August, 1769
Celestine III Welcome Dinner...
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We had long and tearsquirting conversation with Celestine III whereas some reasonable complains about quality of meals were discussed in profound details. It's indeed unthinkable that even villains like Henry IV and Richard ( not sure if they ever met each other on the surface, though ) were greeted with such disgusting dish. Yet, as a representative of nowadays environmentally conscious society, I seized my quest for instituting control over human rights in the hell, after Celestine has convincingly spitted in the air,"Eat recycled food, it is great for environment and "OK" for you ! "
Hello o Most Evil ONe. It looks like food... very similar to that you find in the "senior" specials you find in a diner's menu. "Well," the waitress says, if you lie about your age to get a meal at a discounted cost, then you deserve these turdy morsels. Now Old Celestine lived to be, if I remember my history, to be ripe old Pope. During his life he had the audacity to excommunicate Henry IV for imprisoning our good friend Richard the Lion-Hearted. Can you imagine that. So sure, this righteous pope deserves as his welcome during the Resurrection of 1666, these freshly fried turds as a welcome to the demonic society of papal nudnicks. Ciao, Michael.
UGH, UGH !!!!! :(
Worst thing is that it's sinners fat...
Too fattening, I don't want this Celestine III dinner. :)
If you're asking whether the meal has been made of previous customer...huh...While having hard time making sound judjement call, I wouldn't dismiss this possibility entirely...
I see the horns from the previous customer....did he eat the meal or did the meal...well...you know...V
Of course it's second hand meal, souls don't process food completely as we all know...
"Am I about to eat it or did I already eat it...?"