November 16, 2004

Triscuit decadent phobia

You know, I've always liked triscuits. They're probably just as unhealthy as any other cracker/chip on the market, but every time I eat them, I think "These things are ripping up the inside of my mouth so easily, they've got to be healthy!" And then I proceed to eat half-a-box of the delicious, wicker-looking snacks.

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And just when I thought they couldn't get any better, they introduce Triscuit "Rosemary and Olive Oil." Now one of my favorite snacks includes two of my favorite women.

(Although I only like Rosemary Clooney because her name is so similar to mine)

And just when I thought that couldn't get any better, it turns out these new Triscuits taste exactly like dry Stove Top stuffing (you know you've tried it). And since I was getting tired of putting the stuffing on the triscuit myself, these things are perfect.

Honestly, I know I sound rather sarcastic here, but these things are pretty danged tasty. Go get some. Oh, and play this tenuously-related monster truck game.

Posted by Kevin at November 16, 2004 01:23 PM
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All we have in France is the Original version and "Roquefort and Brie", which is actually not too bad. It incorporates the smell of an old french whore, my favorite woman.

Posted by: Katie at November 17, 2004 05:54 AM

hmmm, now if only I can sneak into Kevin's place and put some real Wicker chips in his bag of triscuits. He won't notice. (Inside joke from Honey Bubbles) It's funny to us, the rest of you are reading this for no reason. Hah!

Posted by: B at November 18, 2004 05:11 PM

Man, to this day I can't eat Cookie Crisps, or just about any other food designed to resemble a different food (or rocks). Thanks.

Posted by: Kevin at November 21, 2004 11:23 AM

I am so proud that I was able to introduce the new staple in Kevin's diet. However, I am very glad to see that he got over his grilled crayon sandwich phase.

Posted by: Bizz at November 22, 2004 10:35 PM
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