Pianono

Philippines
July 20, 2011 12:02am CST
Of course this isn't the real story behind the Pianono bread. It's something I concocted to amuse my girlfriend. I guess I got carried away. I hope you enjoy this! There once was a baker named Pia Who lived in a town called Lantia With her utterly handsome husband Who was both a cad and a truant She would bake all day He would take the pay She was tired and spent With nothing saved, not even a cent One day the banker came to collect on the loan she used for her bakery to erect "You mean to say you've no money? Am I correct? Then I shall come back for your shop to get wrecked." She had no money Oh poor, poor honey Not even a penny To buy dough and make bread aplenty Off she went to her quaint home and found her husband, not quite alone with a buxom blonde and a wild brunette This was where her money went To the kitchen she sped in a fit of rage The two females rushed off, an impromptu race With a knife in her hand and a dastardly plan She went to their room to carve up her man "Pia, no! No!" Was all he could scream As each downward stroke released a crimson stream She did it again and again and again Until not a word escaped from the lips of this villain ... Tomorrow came much too soon The banker came in the afternoon "Do you have the amount of money?" "Yes I do..." She replied meekly She produced a tray of bread fresh from the oven So yellow and enticing, irresistible to the financer (With a knife in her hand behind her back, she braced herself to attack) He gingerly touched it, picked it up and then munched it "My dear!" He exclaimed "What do you call this wonderful treat?" (Good thing she heard the old man say, before she moved in to slay) "I must have more, I'll pay for more" "You can keep making pastry, I'll extend your loan" "So what do you call this again now?" She let go of the knife and breathed a sigh and said: "Pianono." Questions: What do you think did she do to the body of her husband? What ingredients did she use to make her bread? How did she come up with the money to buy ingredients in the first place?
6 responses
@celticeagle (121073)
• Boise, Idaho
20 Jul 11
She got the money back from the women and bought the ingredients. She used the very best ingredients and make lucious bread. Egg bread, fresh and true. Pianono. I Don't think she did anything to the body of her husband. She was classier than that and she was too busy making the bread.
• Philippines
21 Jul 11
good theory. sounds like a good ending. But she still did commit murder. So try again on the body theory
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@celticeagle (121073)
• Boise, Idaho
21 Jul 11
Murder of the bread then,not her husband. Don't say that.
@ddaguno (3110)
• Philippines
20 Jul 11
this is nice chip! is this the product of starving yourself? your story is very creative and original. it reminds me of a movie of alessandra de rossi (can't remember the title) and Sweeney Todd but only because of the ending.
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• Philippines
20 Jul 11
it was sweeney todd the barber something starring johnny depp oh yeah now i remember hahaha i must've been influenced by that but i don't think Pianono is the same as a meat pie hehehe and yeah starving kinda brings a lot of images to my mind
@mspitot (3833)
• Philippines
27 Jul 11
Nice story! I don't know if I have heard something like this before but your poem is really good.
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@Jlyn10 (10919)
• Malaysia
20 Jul 11
Nice story. I've seen a movie about a lady who murdered people and use the meat for dumplings. Some say it's a true story.
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@gloryacam (5543)
• Philippines
20 Jul 11
Nice one. Though, I think I won't be eating that bread again! Haha...crimson *shivers*... Kidding! My thoughts on the hubby's body are too morbid for even me, so I'm not telling.
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@jak2010 (1550)
• Papua New Guinea
20 Jul 11
Very good poem yet tricky. Your questions are challenging but I do not have time to answer. sorry.
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