Cracker from the Titanic up for auction


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#2

Can I get two hardboiled eggs with that?


#3

That’s amazing! I just happen to have a whole package of Nip-Chee from the Titanic! I had no idea they were precious…


#4

Is it gluten free?


#5

This will go well with 138-year-old wedding cake that Elaine steals from J. Peterman.


#6

Best served with a slice of cheese from the Hindenburg


#7

Certified to float, even with Leo DiCaprio hanging off the edge of it.

May not necessarily stay crunchy, though.


#8

Oh the huge manchego!


#9

I’ll bet it tastes terrible.


#10

You don’t slice it, you melt it on, right?


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#12

There’s no Jesus on this. I’m out.


#13

But the Sea of Galilee (or Africa) :smiley:


#14

Polly want a cracker?


#15

Soggy biscuit?


#16

Yea, collectors of Titanic memorabilia will surely face stiff competition from the league of antique cracker aficionados.


#17

Gotta love raclette. “Screw it, let’s just melt a giant wheel of cheese and call it dinner”.


#18

And a silhouette of the last rat to jump ship!

(JesusRat wants his cracker back.)


#19

You people are good.


#20

@shaddack @awjt @japhroaig

We gotta buy this damn cracker!

Then Japh grinds it into a sourdough culture, and we make Titanic crackers! Billions of 'em!

All with a theoretical portion of that one cracker from the Titanic. Come to think of it, I guess we don’t need the whole thing…

We’ll need manufacturing, initial funding, international marketing…

Titano-Boingers?