Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Hypothetical Warning

So, say you're walking down the street with your jar of Fluff and you need to tie your shoe. You don't want to put your Fluff on the ground, right? And then you see me approaching and you think, "Hey, I can ask Jennifer to hold my Fluff while I tie my shoe." But that would be the wrong thing to do.

Because I have a spoon in my purse.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is best with peanut butter and bananas....that was how my papa always served it....and I know you probably think that I believe peanut butter and bananas make EVERYTHING great, but really I am not fibbing, great sandwich...best on wonder bread white
.....hey...the cabbage rolls were great...I hit it dead on on the first batch....kind of like your muffins...i just threw shit together...

Anonymous said...

You imply that you are above consuming FLUFF sans utensils. Your neice says you are civilized, but devious.

Not your average Jennifer said...

It's a hypothetical spoon.

Casey said...

It is fabulous mixed with cream cheese! A great concoction in which to dip fruit, so make sure you are also carrying a brick of cream cheese and some "pink lady" apple slices...

Anonymous said...

my purse is getting really heavy with all the needed just in case items...
I think tomorrow would be a good day for the guy to ask me to hold the fluff...peanut butter, banana, pink lady, wonder bread, cream cheese...check..all accounted for, and your right...who really needs the spoon...
Libby

Anonymous said...

And in case you're wondering, Fluff is vegetarian, unlike "real" marshmallows.

I sit here in an IHOP sipping hot tea, so that I can use their free two hours of Wi-Fi (who knew?!?!), because we've started day 6 of no electricity after Ike hit here on Sunday.

I've missed reading your blog. This entry makes me realize how much we have had to alter our eating habits, as without electricty we only have only our outdoor gas grill to cook on (which makes my morning cup of coffee a rare luxury), and it makes me wonder....does Fluff need to be refrigerated after opening?!?!

Betsey