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February 02, 2004
The sweet and the salty... memories of a multitude of artificial experiences.

Imagine what will happen to you when you just give in to your sweet sugar addiction. Just let it all go, comooon, just one more time. The sweetness will melt on your tongue and right between your teeth, there will be an instant satisfaction, a burst of pure energy. Oh, how delicious. What else would you need for the day? With just one single bowl of that stuff, mixed with some background providing milk you can cover all the bases, get the home run and even prevent strokes and heart attacks and get some extra free air miles… Oh, and then there are the beautiful little stories and ideas… oh… such goodness, such fun, such delicious memory plantations.
Mike still likes the stuff?… but of course…

And then imagine the deal you are getting here, the Jumbo, XXL, giants. They are so plump, they make so happy, they will give you vitamine B and they will boost your energy, will make you invincible, and bring your friends and family together, back to that great fire (the one you made, man!). Yeah… sizzle baby… there they are, the giant flames. Hot, hot, hot… and low on carbs and damn, this is clearly a great value… gobble up those proteins (add �99 for kosher)…

Pure pleasures of a sweet and salty virtual reality… what is the percentage of reality left in these particular products and how much of the appetite is actually for the stories and memories that surround them?…


Congratulations, Witold, on simultaneously freaking me out and making me laugh hysterically!

Posted by: resonance on February 3, 2004 02:00 AM

Food Hunh? Where is the best place to eat sauerbraten in New York City? It is a very reare dish in the US and I am always looking for restaurant that can make it.

Posted by: Scuba on February 3, 2004 10:15 AM

I remember arguing with my siblings over who got the toy out'ta the cereal boxes. Mom or Dad always found a good compromise. Remember Frakeys™? Count Chocula™? These were my favorites, however rare as we were typically stuck with oatmeal.

Posted by: Emily on February 3, 2004 11:57 PM

: )

Posted by: Witold Riedel on February 4, 2004 12:03 AM

Yeah were is da sowerbraaten? So sweet yet so salty oooh aaah

Posted by: Uwe on February 4, 2004 09:32 PM

The best Sauerbraten I know is to be had at Cafe Steinhof, a few blocks away from me in Brooklyn.
Ja so ist es.

Posted by: witold on May 1, 2006 11:55 AM
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