Did you ever think when you eat Chinese It's not pork or chicken but a fat Siamese. Yeah, the food tastes great, so you don't complain, But that's not chicken in your chicken chow mein. It seems to me I ordered sweet and sour pork, But Garfield's on my fork, yeah, he's purring there on my fork.
There's a cat in the kettle at the Peking Moon, The place where I go every day at noon. They can feed you cat, but you never know What they're frying up in dough, boy, They fry it real crisp in dough.
What I do is crumble up the cooked meat and mix it with a can of different kinds of beans or canned macaroni and beef, etc. And yes, I do break out the garlic salt. Adding the meat like that turns a cheap, bland, depressing meal into a truly awesome, luxurious feast.
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