10 Perplexing Stories About Pickles!

| Right | November 15, 2020

Dear readers,

Yesterday was National Pickle Day! Full disclosure: this particular editor hates pickles. I hate their texture, I hate their smell, and I hate their taste. Theoretically, pickling was invented as a way to preserve food when you lacked refrigeration. We have fridges now! Why do people insist on continuing to pickle things?!

Apparently, there are lots of people out there who actually like pickles. Well, my pickle-loving friends, you are more than welcome to them and all their vinegary glory. In honor of all of you weirdos out there, here are ten stories about people in pickle-related pickles!

 

In A Pretty Pickle – Who’d’ve thunk that such a delightful thing as a cucumber could become something so gross?

Putting Themselves Into A Bit Of A Pickle – Dive right into that briny deep.

Got Yourself Into A Bit Of An Unhygienic Pickle – That’s the only thing pickles are good for.

Ripe For A Correction – I guess it depends on your definition of “ripe”?

Is Anyone Else Craving Cheese And Pickles? – Hits from the comments: “OP camembert cheese, yet they still get a gouda sized portion.”

Getting Themselves Into An Extra Pickle – Perhaps a change of tactic is in order here.

That’s What You Get For Hiring Rick – Apparently, this is a Rick And Morty reference, but I heard the show was about pickles, so I haven’t watched it.

Leaving You In A Pickle – Your daughter was looking out for you, author!

Getting Into An Ordering Pickle – Hits from the comments: “I feel like this should’ve been titled ‘Bringing Home The Bacon’.”

In A Pickle Pickle – You could choose to look at it as one being bigger than the other, you know.

 

We hope you enjoyed this roundup about pickles! As for me, the word “pickle” has now lost all meaning. Want to send in your own story? Submit your story here!


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