Picnic

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“The four most over-rated things in life are champagne, lobster, anal sex and picnics.”

Yogi Bear about to steal a picnic basket

A picnic is a satanic ritual often practiced by small children and puppies to invoke the demon thief, Yogi Bear who is best known for conspiring with the Smurfs to cause the communist television revolution of 1929. Picnics are often organized around wooden altars in public places and are banned in several countries including Hyrule.

Origin[edit]

The Picnic was created by doctor Joseph Barbera when, in a spur of madness, he decided to attempt to bring a bear back to life on a public table. His materials were little more than a felt tip pen and an Atari 2600 however he succeeded despite the odds and created what is now one of the most popular television personalities in the world. It is reported by many historians that the bear then stole the basket which Barbera carried his tools in and then vanished into the woods. Picnics are now held throughout the world on December 25 (often confused with the birth of Christ) to commemorate the act.

Ants[edit]

Any sane person attempting to have a picnic will pack ants. Because of the abundance of food you must bring to a picnic, you will need ants to help carry it for you. Especially the watermellon.

Tools[edit]

Finally - now you can arrange your very own picnic without having to leave the safety of your home! Nature is just full of annoying ants, bees and flies anyway...

The tools used in modern picnics range from Apple Cores to Condoms ( Usually picnics involving only 2 persons tend to end up reproducing, ignoring the general public ), however they are always carried in a small basket with a handle and must include a blanket, at least one sandwich and possibly a boiled egg. Enthusiasts are known to weigh the basket down with lead to keep it from being stolen. The greatest asset to a picnicker is his wits. These are most commonly used for singing and looking for one's glasses.

A common song about picnics follows:


Famous Picnickers[edit]

Most people are aware that Ranger John is a devout picnicker, but there are a number of other well-known closet picnickers in public office, such as George W. Bush, Princess Zelda, and Moses. In addition, there are many devotees of the picnic within the entertainment industry, including Michael Jackson, Baskin Robbins, the entire The Wiire staff, Ronald McDonald, Little Red Riding Hood, and Tom Cruise.