12 November 2007

office food


office food
Originally uploaded by deepfry
how can something this gross be oh-so-good? one of my coworkers actually observe, reaching into the bucket for more, "this smells like my dog's vomit."

i didn't know they still made these things. i remember my parents getting one at some point in the mid-80s and thinking that it was just about the coolest thing since sliced bread. ...actually, since i was about ten at the time, i probably thought it was the coolest thing since poprocks or jelly shoes.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

that popcorn is the best! you can satisfy your sweet and salty cravings in one handful -- yum!

3:47 AM  
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3:09 PM  
Blogger Quixotic Bicycles said...

While this post is from November, that still makes it more fresh then these cans of pop corn come holiday season. This year my grandmother ostensibly bought one for me, but I really think she just wanted an excuse for a 55g drum of ick and a reason to have something metal decorated with lab puppies.

10:26 PM  
Anonymous oatmeal cookie guy said...

My dad used to get one of these tri-divided tins of flavored popcorn every Christmas. I remember the caramel corn always going first. The other flavors--cheese, as denoted by the Cheato-orange collor, and "plain"--always lagged in popularity.

12:13 PM  
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