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You need all those things to keep the bad guys at bay when you go into a convenience store. Or you need them to get some assistance from a clerk. . .
I literally laughed aloud. Sometimes things are funny because they're true.
Propagating urban myths, are we?
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"Urban myth", nothing - when I was in the first grade I had a classmate who got taken out by poisoned Hallowe'en candy. Granted, it was never established whether the candy in question was tainted at the factory or tampered with post-sale, but it was poisoned Hallowe'en candy all the same.(By "taken out" I mean "made very sick". He got better eventually.)
Now that's my kind of humor! For anyone of the opposite opinion, I suggest reading some old Charles Addams cartoons (speaking of Halloween).
That's perfect. I love your blog!
If I recall correctly, the vast majority of adulterated halloween candy encountered was actually tampered with by the child's parents. Not sure where I read that, but I'd guess that's the case...
Way too true.Almost as bad, the new 'Holiday Blow Out' aisle central to most walgreens - you go from a wall of Halloween to a wall of Thanksgiving to a wall of Christmas. In October!
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