Skip to comments.What Would You Select As Your Last Meal ?
Posted on 02/22/2014 7:07:19 PM PST by kingattax
Ted Bundy declined a 'special' meal, so was given the traditional last meal - steak (medium rare) eggs (over easy), hash browns, toast with butter, jelly, milk and juice. Timothy McVeigh asked only for 2 pints of mint chocolate chip ice cream. What would you pick?
Chocolate covered macadamias
Mac & cheese.
I like the story of the guy (who may have been a bit “slow”) who didn’t finish his last meal; he said he come back later and eat the rest.
Roasted Barack Obama, medium rare.
More and more, states are dispensing with a special last meal, often because of last minute appeals, stays and commutations.
And more importantly, those who are executed are vicious, sadistic and even savage murderers. They don’t deserve even a modicum of kindness before they meet their end.
Prime rib, 10 pounds of Alaskan King crab legs, and 10 pounds of Crawfish.
I think I would be too upset to eat.
I like Bundy’s last meal. I could do that. Just add bacon. LOTS of bacon.
That is excellent. Roasted alive then strung from a lamppost.
A Delta Smelt sandwich; I’ll wait.
If I knew I was going to get a last minute pardon, I would have shrimp and lobster fixed several different ways.
Chicken livers, stewed okra, boiled parsnips and rutabega pie.
Duck Marget and a Guiness.
"....???....a five mile long licorice"
I want the same but add some chocolate ice cream, warm apple pie and a pint of whiskey
Simple, a steak from the first cattle raised on Mars.
Babushka over easy.....with sauce.
And some fava beans with a nice chianti.
I really doubt I’d want to eat at all.
Turkey and dressing with green beans, corn, mashed potatoes, a couple dinner rolls with garlic butter, a glass of milk and a cup of coffee.
Omigod, that’s a cheap blade steak. You would think a 8 oz Ribye minimum.
Whatever you pick, don’t pick Chinese food. You’ll die hungry.
Ewww. Roasted Marxist tastes like crap.
That meal you have posted looks like it came from the restaurant called the “House of Prime Rib.” YUMMERS!
Either that or Lawry’s The Prime Rib. I hope to visit the Dallas location someday.
My Grandmas bacon eggs and biscuits and gravy.
She grew up cooking for wheat harvesters on my Grandpas farm in
I worked there for the food alone when I was a kid.
I drove one of the trucks. I was 13. It is an awesome memory that I cherish.
By 16 I was too much of a crap head to appreciate the honor, and ducked out even though I probably would have gotten paid money by then.
My Dad should have kicked my ass!
We live on the West side of the mountains, I suppose Dad having to work a his civil service job didn’t really have time to deal getting over there especially with my attitude.
...and a cigar.
Gun & Hacksaw pie.
I remember the first time I ordered “prime rib” I thought it was a prime rib eye.
Not what I expected but it was still really good.
I never met one I didn't like.
Thousand year old Eggs.
“What Would You Select As Your Last Meal ?”
A recent playboy playmate.
Oysters, raw, steamed, stewed, Rockafeller, and fried. I especially like fried oysters served as a Hangtown Fry which is fried oysters with scrambled eggs.
Add corn on the cob and salad to that and sticky toffee pudding for dessert.
Considering most of us don’t have our ending so well planned out for us like Ted Bundy had, it makes sense for us to select every meal as if it were our last. <:)
We used to bring home the bones for the dogs. They were REALLY sweet dogs UNTIL they smelled those BONES. Then, they turned into VICIOUS WOLVES!! We had to separate them and keep them separated for an hour or so!
Around 1970 I ordered fried oysters from a restaurant in Ft. Walton Bch., FL. It was a great meal. Around 20 years later I ate at the same restaurant which had moved to another location. The fried oysters were just barely edible.
Rickey Ray Rector. His ‘slowness’ was the result of a suicide attempt after the murders in which he shot himself in the head and survived but was brain damaged as a result. There is no evidence to suggest he was intellectually impaired at the time of the murders, and was therefore fully culpable for them and got what he deserved.
When I was a kid we used to buck hay. They would put on a spread to die for. Some would just take you to the snack shack but I never worked for them again.
The 20 years on death row would probably settle your stomach.
Well, it certainly wouldn’t be anything that wasn’t health-conscious.
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