I will be driving my car, but these are not my chips. Seriously. They belong to my 12-year-old, who put them in a seatbelt on the way home from the store. He loves this flavor. (And his pants fit.) This is a great insight into characterization - considering what one would do for the food he/she loves.
In the most recent book I listened to on CD, the main character described her distaste for fruits and vegetables and her frequent visits to a fast food joint for cheeseburgers. (Her pants fit, too.)
I recently talked to a friend who said that her doctor told her that her blood pressure was too low and prescribed eating potato chips. Seriously. I asked her for the name of her doctor.
When you want to munch, what do you prefer? Sweet or salty?
We fished this out of the river in Hawaii. I know our hostess, Genna, had a name for it, but I don't remember what it was. She sa...
After a big snowfall, the snow plow came along our street while I was at work, clearing the road but pushing up a ridge of snow across my d...
When I saw this cloud, I knew immediately what it looked like, but my teenager, Michael, said it wasn't what I said it was. WHAT DOE...
Someone brought cake to share at work. Someone forgot to bring a knife. Would you dig in with your bare hands to get your share?