Spaghetti was an idea started in Antarctica, where penguins would mash up unknown ingredient hoping to make it taste good (or slightly better than fish.) The first dish of spaghetti was invented by a penguin named penguin, who created spaghetti shaped ice that almost tasted like an actual something. Later spaghetti creating practices were invented by Willy Wonka, after conjuring the first ever tasteful spaghetti from an unknown ingredient (with more unknown ingredients inside it) commonly known as grey squish. He would wrap the long strips of grey squish with aged worm skin and then leave it to dry for several eons.
After Willy Wonka started sharing his mixture of spaghetti across the world, evil Lord Voldemort deconstructed the mixture of spaghetti and mixed it with dark magic. Soon later though, Harry Potter defeated Lord Voldemort and the mixture was soon disapproved by the Ministry of Magic. Seizing the opportunity, Mickey Mouse started conjuring a much less evil mixture of spaghetti, quite like Willy Wonka’s. After several years of finding the right mixture, he found a process that worked quite well. He would create the original spaghetti mixture but then cover the spaghetti with paint and watch it dry until the paint was done drying.
This newly invented practice was called tbdifhrifnrjvndjvndjfhfjfjdkfhr and was the best tasting mixture of spaghetti yet. Mickey Mouse soon spread the practice of spaghetti around the world, selling the recipe for the low price of 1,000,000,000,000. The last that people saw of Mickey Mouse was him sailing across the Caribbean on his diamond yacht, all owing to his spaghetti mixture. When Poseidon heard of Mickey Mouse creating such a fortune from his spaghetti mixture, he decided to pursue a career in cooking; but soon later realized he needed to actually work to do that and told one of his servants to do it for him.
Although Poseidon’s servant never finished creating the mixture we can thank Mickey Mouse for the mixture we have today. We can also thank penguin the penguin for inventing spaghetti.
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