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Stupid Fo'paw...

The dog got into my secret hiding place last night, and ate all the candy I had stored there. At first, I was angry. But then I saw the bits of wrapper, and it sunk in what she had grabbed:
    Two bags of horrible Sweet 'n Low candy, and a bunch of really stale Kit-Kat bars which tasted vaguely of fluoride.
She was throwing up all night. I suppose anyone would have been.


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Feb. 4th, 2001 07:00 pm (UTC)
Poor dog...
Why did you still have this gross stuff around anyways? Were you actually planning on eating it?

Kurt Onstad
Feb. 4th, 2001 11:51 pm (UTC)
Who, me?
Heavens, no! This is for trying to con my friends into eating...
Feb. 4th, 2001 11:52 pm (UTC)
Well, then...
Good thing I don't come over anymore, isn't it?

Kurt Onstad
Misses seeing his friend...
Feb. 8th, 2001 10:20 am (UTC)
Uh, I do.
How nice of you to have shared that way...

Wondering if that acrid taste lingering in my mouth is from sneaking that kit kat bar 2 months ago...
Feb. 8th, 2001 08:13 pm (UTC)
Could be worse.
You could have snagged one of the peanut-butter sweet 'n low bars.

To my taste, there is no more vile substance on the face of the planet.

My views on eating haven't come up in this journal, but Speedball and Seonsaint both know that's a pretty strong statement.</ul>
Feb. 13th, 2001 03:03 pm (UTC)
Yep, Mr. Cast Iron Stomach.

Folks if you read this, he once ate about half a cup of strawberry topping--- without the ice cream! He has an extremely tolerant if finicky stomach. So saying this is about as qualified as a world famous chef sying the same thing.

Wonders if those peanut butter bars are what they turned into the peanut butter bars for dogs...

Feb. 13th, 2001 08:52 pm (UTC)
Re: Stawberries!
Actually, a more accurate analogy is if a world-class chef told you that this one food item was the most exquisite thing he's ever tasted (and it wasn't something that he had made). Self knows a good deal about vile concoctions, having invented a few himself. Him saying that he has found the most vile creation ever means that in all likelihood, no human being on the face of this earth will like this item.

Kurt Onstad
So, how did this stuff actually get produced?
Feb. 13th, 2001 10:10 pm (UTC)
If I had to guess...
I'd say they either watched and liked the "Mockolate" episode of Friends, or failed to watch that episode. Either way, it's frightening when life imitates pop culture.
Feb. 13th, 2001 10:19 pm (UTC)
I should also point out...
World class chefs eat things no human should. At least, I hope they eat them. Maybe they just laugh at their patrons, and can look forward to an eternity in Hell consuming their life's work. (That'd be a good punishment for corruption in other fields, too. Bad architecht? Open wide!)

Oops. Rambling.

I had the same reaction to Seonsaint's post, but you already picked on it so I had to pick on yours instead.
Feb. 13th, 2001 10:20 pm (UTC)
peanut butter bars for dogs
Those are better.

(Don't ask)
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