I’m sure this is a scene that is unfolding in the parking lots across the globe. (Do they have twinkies in Africa?) Desperate Snack Aficionados (I keep using that word this week?) hoarding boxes of ding-dongs, but unable not to eat them in the car on the way home from the grocery store before they can make tens of dollars on the internet selling them like they are precious beanie babies. Am I the only person who has maintained confusion about why anyone would believe a beanie baby would ever be valuable? A Hostess twinkie I TOTALLY get. But beanie babies? Those wouldn’t be any fun to eat at all.
Just Made Me Laugh Today: Tiny Bottles
This isn’t nearly as compelling as it was when I saw it in the grocery store. If you could see them in context you would realize they are tiny four-packs of miniature wine bottles. I could down one of these four-packs sitting on the toilet. I love miniature stuff as much as the next girl, but “miniature” and “liquor” are not words that I believe have any place residing together. That’s like saying “modest” and “turkey” when describing your Thanksgiving spread. I believe “liquor” or “wine” should be discussed in the context of “bulk” and “gallon”.