What a waist of thyme.
He likes keeping everything in odor.
Because it’s a thyme consuming activity.
...I got Rich Quick.
There was naan.
Dad walks about of the pantry holding an empty bottle of spice.
"We're almost out of thyme!"
Mom shakes her head, "he's been waiting years to say that."
Me: "If it's self rising, won't it make its way up here on it's own?"
Dad (sitting at the kitchen table) "GASP A CEREAL KILLER!!"
I told her to give them some sake, then they'd be drunken noodles.
Oops... Told ME.
I need closure.
I inquired if she checked the pantry.
They are just trying to get into your pantries.
GF: Don't you want to go check why the pantry door isn't closing.
Me: Wander over to the pantry, look inside, and spot the culprit immediately.
GF: So what was the problem?
Me: Slowly take the tin of jam out, and while grinning like an idiot, I look at her and say: Looks like the door had been jammed.
GF: Sighs and rolls her eyes.
All it takes is flours to get into her pantries
Grandpa: "Carol, do we have any tomato soup?"
Grandma: "Yeah, there should be some in the pantry."
Grandma: "On the left. I put two cans in there."
Grandpa: "Now why would you put birds in the pantry?"
He proceeded to laugh for a solid minute.
Me: You know, this lemonade is a pretty good deal, but only if you get three cases of it. And I don't want to take up that much room in the pantry.
Roommate: It's a dilemmonade.
Now they are in the kitchen making dinner. My husband pulls a box of Uncle Ben's out of the pantry and then grabs a soup ladle off the counter and is now dancing around singing,
laaadle riiiiiiice ladle rice
While cleaning out the pantry last night, my husband asked if I can see when the container of dates will go bad as he can't find a "Best if Used By" on the packaging. I take the container from him, look at it carefully and reply "Apparently, these are no expiration dates".
We have a big bag of walnuts in our pantry. In discussing what we should do with them my dad said in all seriousness "walnuts cost $20 a bag, isn't that nuts?" Laughing in a very obvious way I said "haha nuts" and my mom and sister groaned while my dad chuckled.
While my wife was in the kitchen fixing a snack, (after putting our little boy down for a nap) she says:
"Did you seriously eat all the peanut butter and then put the jar back in the pantry?"
Me: Damn Skippy
As her groans became stronger, I exited stage left
As my dad is looking through the pantry... "We got enough chips to sink an army!"
One of my favourites:
Whenever I hear my wife ask one of the kids to bring her two cans of something from the pantry, I say "Toucans?! We're having toucans for dinner?"
Upon noticing moths in our pantry, my dad, mom and I try to figure out what food they have gotten into.
Mom: Do you think they got into the life cereal?
Dad: I really hope not. If they did that would be the end of my life.