Hmm is this a reflection of the younger generation that may seem so cute and innocent? lol Tho I think every generation has seemed scary to the older generation...
Love the pic- cute and evil wrapped up in one.
I always felt uncomfortable when those commercials came on. They always did seem a little sketchy to me.
I swear I have had those snack brownies before. I can taste it now, just thinking about it. Those fellas have mafia names too. Snap, Crackle, Pop. I'm sure it is Russian mafia.
But they're so cute! How could something so cute be evil? I do not believe you for one second............and that my friends.....is what people say about my youngest.....and why he gets away with so much!
Now I want a Krispy Treat or something. FourthGradeNothing.com
Mmmm. Nothing is ever as good as you remember it. Except Felipito's Santana burrito with no pico de gallo in Las Vegas, Nevada. It's on Tropicana off the strip, near Maryland Parkway. Seriously. You gotta get one of these. I can't find one that measures up, and I live in Texas, for God's sake! Oh, and In 'n' Out Burger too. I went to LV again 2 summers ago, and both places lived up to the memories from grad school. So much so that when I go, they are the main reason I rent a car because they are the only meals I want to eat. Nothing in the casinos is good enough. Seriously.
C - That's probably true…N - Like some kids I know.S - Well, now you know the reason why. Somebody had to finally let the cat out of the bag.C - They're like bricks of goodness, aren't they? Love them…R - Silent, but deadly.A - Now THOSE are good stuff; well, in small doses that is.F - Dick's Burgers in Spokane, Washington and Longhorn Barbecue are both the same way; nothing else seems to measure up to them.
Oooo suddenly I like Snap, Crackle and Pop. Not because they want to hurt you - but I like a little sass.Off to catch your perspective ;)
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