Someone made the 'traditional English trifle' from Friends

A pigeon has yet to eat it

A bored Friends fan has made Rachel's disastrous trifle. He's yet to offer any tasting notes, but I'm hoping it tasted "like feet".

In case you've forgotten the layers of the infamous dessert, which Rachel screwed up after the pages of her recipe book got stuck together, they were:

A layer of ladyfingers, a layer of jam, custard, raspberries, more ladyfingers, beef sauted with peas and onions, more custard, bananas and whipped cream.

@JPKillham assembled them in preparation for the horrific feast.

Three and a half hours later, voila!

Everyone was quick to ask how it tasted (in the show Joey was a fan, everyone else less so), but Neil is waiting until guests arrive.

"Not eaten it yet. That's happening tonight. We're all very excited." he wrote.

In other Friends-based silliness, someone recently sequenced every episode of the show simultaneously and put it on YouTube, resulting in some kind of Dadaist nightmare.

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