Stressed Out Casserole Recipe

Type of Literature: Poem/Song

Old: “The Child’s Faith is New” Emily Dickinson (1862)

New: “Stressed Out” 21 Pilots (2015)

Nothing says, “Let’s finish this meal faster,” than the Stressed Out casserole. Packed with time crunches and a gentle steam of student debt, this creation tingles taste buds with nostalgia. Venture back to your childhood with this dish that naivety never saw coming.

Ingredients:

1 cup of Emily Dickinson’s poem “The Child’s Faith is New”

1 cup of 21 Pilot’s song “Stressed Out”

1 can of condensed childhood memories

1/2 cup of wisdom gained through pain

1 teaspoon of growing pains sauce

1 dash of the need to earn a living

4 cups of cooked childhood purity and innocence

1 1/3 cups of fried hope

How to Make It

1. Stir the ingredients with verve into a large bowl. The more brutality you use when you mix the elements, the better. Make sure the growing pains, fried hope, and wisdom gained through pain blends well into the mixture.

2. Bake at 401K (if your oven doesn’t use Kelvin try, 262 Fahrenheit) for 18 years.

3. Bake another four years until childhood purity is baked a golden brown or until bubbles of student debt and sorrow surface.

Recipe Tips

  • The taste of childhood innocence, when burnt and almost decimated, should give off a pungent flavor. However, if you fear the ingredient will lack savor, add 2/3 cups of wisdom gained through pain.
  • The cups of “Stressed Out” and “The Child’s Faith is New” blend best through the use of ingredients that reflect childhood innocence that burns when introduced to wisdom, hurt, and the dying fantasies of a child (for specific ingredients for imagination, try “build a rocket ship” or ruling a kingdom as “emperor)
  • For agony lovers, add a dash of mistrust, and a pinch of stoicism.

Chef’s Notes

I recommend the Stressed Out casserole to those who want to saturate in childhood nostalgia. However, those with health problems may want to beware. Taste testers of the casserole have previously experienced heart break and insatiable moods of longing for the past (including the author of this article).

The casserole is not recommended for anyone below the age of 18. However, if it were up to the author of this article, no one should be allowed to eat such a dish.

https://allpoetry.com/The-Child’s-faith-is-new

 

 

Other posts by Hope

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/21-ways-to-defeat-bad-day

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/21-ways-to-defeat-bad-day

https://www.theodysseyonline.com/12-mistakes-that-kill-your-writing

 

 

 

 

 

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One thought on “Stressed Out Casserole Recipe

  1. It took me nine years to pay off my student loans and that was a long, long time ago. I can’t imagine having to do it now. Luckily, I was able to sell my house so that I could pay my son’s tuition. He will be able to have one less stresser when he graduates. If you are anything like your mom, and I hear you are, you will be fine Hope! Loved the recipe!

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