Oh no. That's not gouda. In queso emergency, they could call on me to help. And other cheesy jokes.
Take a moment and pour some velveeta on the curb for fallen homies, because we lost a treasure on Wednesday morning when an un-brie-lievable problem occurred on a Nashville, Tennessee interstate.
A semi-truck tipped over, spilling 40,000 pounds of dried macaroni and cheese powder across all lanes of traffic.
This wasn't the first food-related crash in Tennessee as of late. Earlier this week, two separate trucks had caught on fire: one hauling frozen chicken and the other pumpkin pie.
There were no injuries reported in the incident, and the mac 'n cheese was cleaned up... but where did it go?
Wash it off. It will be fine.