June 4th, 2007
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Well, not only did A-Rod have to go and ruin a perfectly fine ballgame last night and it's raining that horrible drizzly spitty rain this morning, but the lady who created Cap'n Crunch has died. Well, she developed the flavor for the cereal, at least, and that gives the cereal more appeal than the mouth-shredding aspect, right?
Still no status on how the person who invented the Crunchberry is doing but boy, this is a pretty low start to the week, ain't it?
There are no words for the profundity of the Cap'n Crunch craving that has wrapped its air-popped grip around me. I will report back to this comment page after having secured some and some whole milk. May she rest in delicious, sweet-corn-like peace.
We wish you well on your quest for milk, Crunch Kitty!
|Date:||June 5th, 2007 02:36 pm (UTC)|| |
Re: KITTY WANT
Sidelined by ill-stocked local convenience store and rain-induced set of blahs leading to 10-hour night of sleep. Quest postponed but not cancelled.
I need to get to work on my caffeinated breakfast cereal idea. It turns your milk Coffee-ey!
do they still make either Quisp or Quake?
Quisp is still manufactured and sold in extremely limited markets. One of these markets happens to be the Star Market chain, and I remember buying Quisp at the Star/Shaw's/Whatever The Hell We Are Today across from the Ghetto Glen Mall.
You can also buy the stuff on line at http://www.quisp.com
but be prepared to pay a pretty penny for it; your minimum order is 3 boxes at just under five bux a box. But hey, if you gotta have it...
It could be worse--I was tempted to mail-order some Happy Joe's pizza
(local Midwest chain) but their minimum order + shipping works out to like $150.
I may have better luck convincing somebody local to make the Happy Joe special instead. (Canadian bacon and sauerkraut--do not knock it until you've tried it.)
The best tale of incredible expenditure that I can think of involves a fellow so enamored by the Monte Cristo sandwich at Disneyland's Blue Bayou restaurant that he actually had one ordered up and same-day flown to him in Chicago.
It was still warm when he got it, and hopefully he enjoyed it thoroughly.
|Date:||June 4th, 2007 09:06 pm (UTC)|| |
more incredible food expenditure
With the Soggies still at large and rumored to be bunkered somewhere in Afghanistan, this is a sad day...and a net loss for the forces of crunchiness everywhere.