Free Rice

Hello IGWers,

I just stumbled on Free Rice. I had heard about it for a couple of months, but I finally checked it out today. I think it is a great idea, however, donating rice is one thing; donating other types of food is another.

I decided to think of the worst foods to donate in mass.

1. Jello- This could be bad. Also, how exactly do you measure jello. I’d like to donate “some” jello? Wtf?

2. Burritos- Cheap burritos may be a college staple, but I don’t think they should be donated as regular food.

3. Hot dish- Maybe it is because I’m from Minnesota. I can handle hot dish, but elsewhere people would have no idea what is going on.

4. Pop or Soda- This is an endless mess. I would stick to donating water over carbonated drinks.

5. Bagels- I think that bagels are great, yet living on a bagel diet is tough. I tried to last for 7 days and didn’t last for one.

6. Can of corn- I think that corn in proportion is a great donation, while this is ok. A diet of can corn is ridiculous and should be stopped at all costs.

7. Jelly beans- Nope. This is not good. Jelly beans disguised as actual foods maybe, but I don’t think it would work too well.

To more hilarious food donations!


4 Responses

  1. I love Free Rice (the game, although I would also happily accept rice for free, as well). I was going to blog about it, too! But, yours is a lot funnier than mine would have been. I’m thinking pork and beans would be a bad donation. Plus you would earn four beans and two pork chunks for every right word.

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