October 15, 2010

GloBalls (make up your own quip here)


Say what you want about the insane amount of preservatives and junk associated with this little vice of mine.  Just know that this is the result of a woman with the dietary habits of a preschooler paired with the purchasing power of a 33-year-old.


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PS: Despite the french-fries-meet-car-seat incident several days ago, this little snack will not be shared with the Gravy Kids.  Only one poor food choice per week allowed.

12 comments:

Kelli said...

Everyone has a not-so-good-but-I'm-eating-it-anyway treat they love. Enjoy! And thanks for your encouraging comment on my blog.

Christina said...

Earlier this week I thought of a new rule ... I would only eat something if I would let my kids eat it. But then how could I have chocolate cake for breakfast?

hiyaluv said...

u always find the craziest things:)

Cassie said...

Hahaha, those are vibrant, but mmmmm they look tasty. I thought of you the other day when I was at Toys R Us. . .saw the creepy doll you showed us a few weeks ago. Your assessment was NOT an overreaction. . .that thing is creepy ;D

Jenn from Much to My Delight said...

Holy Glowballs. Those terrify me a little bit. I'm sure they are incredibly tasty, but I like to reserve that special brand of green for windshield wiper fluid and household cleaning supplies.

Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

WOW - those are quite LIME GREEN! I love that you find these things and share them with us!

The Frat Pack + Me said...

Okay, I am trying to eat really clean....but these look good!

Kim @ Frost Me! said...

wonder if affects anything like grape soda does *wink*

hugs! Kim @ Frost Me!
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staci @ lizard n ladybug said...

I may have to get some of those :)

Into Ablivia said...

That color is just all wrong for food.

The Bonjour Four said...

okay, now that looks delicious! i want one NOW! :)

Lindsay - Paint Me A Picture said...

You sound like my husband.
Every time he picks something up at the grocery store he comes home with things like this.
He has recently found a section that sells British convenience store food. Turkish Delight anyone?