Spam: Yet another story in 100 one-syllable words

This is yet another story in 100 one-syllable words, written on 21 September 2013, without repeating a single word. Not previously published. Whaddya think? See also A story in 100 one-syllable words and Another story in 100 one-syllable words. And how about giving this a try yourself?


What might you do with more than ten cans of spoiled spam? I would toss half, then think who should eat the rest I’d have left. If one gave cats such food, they’d not touch it. Dogs, too. Why take some down? Most taste buds are hard to please. But, by George, my own can’t be beat. Gorge on corn, peas, squash, fruit, toast, nuts, tarts, and meat in its place? No way! Scarf up rice, yams, grits, cheese, pie, cake, fish, shrimp, soup, sprouts, scones, eggs, or prunes? Come now! Beef, bread, beans? Nyet! Just give me that—!


In case you’re interested, here are all the words, arranged in alphabetical order:

and
are
be
beans
beat
Beef
bread
buds
But
by
cake
can’t
cans
cats
cheese
Come
corn
do
Dogs
down
eat
eggs
fish
food
fruit
gave
George
give
Gorge
grits
half
hard
have
I
I’d
If
in
it
its
Just
left
me
meat
might
more
Most
my
No
not
now
nuts
Nyet
of
on
one
or
own
peas
pie
place
please
prunes
rest
rice
Scarf
scones
should
shrimp
some
soup
spam
spoiled
sprouts
squash
such
take
tarts
taste
ten
than
that
the
them
then
they’d
think
to
toast
too
toss
touch
up
way
What
who
Why
with
would
yams
you