When you grab a spoon and scoop out a hunk of peanut butter, and then proceed to thrust it in the bag of mini-marshmallows and then into your mouth, one of two things might be true. Either:
1. You’re a little too stressed for your own good.
2. You didn’t eat quite enough lunch.
Or maybe both.
17 thoughts on “One of two things”
Can you get Golden Grahams and chocolate chips? ’cause mini-marshmallows with those two is a taste treat that can’t be beat–great for stress.
No, but I’m putting them on my to-be-bought-in-America list now.
And…if you first dip that peanut butter covered spoon into cherry preserves before you scoop into the marshmallow bag…well…something really serious is going on there. We don’t EVEN want to talk about the chocolate sauce.
Not that I’ve ever done that, mind you.
Mmmm. Yummmm. Not that I’d ever try that or anything…be right back.
Or . . .
3. You’re trying to make Dot spew.
Gack! Peanut butter. Ew! Marshmallows.
*goes to pour an ice-cold glass of water*
What?!! You don’t like peanut butter? Marshmallows? Were you ever a child? 😉
Dot’s a little too self-righteous for her own good. LOL The rest of us understand COMPLETELY. Whether 1 or 2, the reason doesn’t matter. yummmmm.
Sometimes ya just gotta do what ya gotta do. And it was YUMMY!
We use nutella and marshmallows here. Yum.
Mmmm, Nutella. We have that here too. I’m no longer allowed to buy it. 😦
LOL! Hang in there, Kristy!
If I eat enough marshmallows, I’ll be sticky enough that I’ll freely hang in there without even having to try. (Just kidding. I’ve already hidden the bag from myself.) 🙂
Omigosh, a Fluffernutter sandwich, minus the Wonderbread.
You go, girl;)
You know of course, this sent me to my cupboards for marshmallows. . .I am serious!
Sorry I was a bad influence. 😦
What a clever marshmallow retrieval system!