WEEK IN REVIEWS – 8/13/2011

Lemons - a rare treat

Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

Hand-crafted lemonade sounds nice, but I’d like someone to come out with lemonade that’s crafted by sitting on lemons. Butt-crafted, if you will. (via I Ate A Pie)

Great. Now I’m going to have nightmares about these creepy looking candies. (via Gobble Monkey)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Here on this rock in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, there are three Jack in the Box restaurants within two miles of each other on the same street. I will gladly destroy one of them with my bare hands so that In-N-Out can build a location here and I can enjoy this on a regular basis. (via Rodzilla Reviews)

McDonald’s has a S’mores Pie? Awesome. Now I have something to dip into my McDonald’s Hot Fudge Sundae. (via Foodette Reviews)

It’s Nutter Butter Blizzard Review Week on the internets. I wonder if next week is Exercise To Burn Off Nutter Butter Blizzard Week. (via Would I Buy It Again and Grub Grade)

9 thoughts on “WEEK IN REVIEWS – 8/13/2011

  1. I just looked at Google maps for Jack in the Box locations in Honolulu. Wow that is funny. No wonder every scene of Dog the Bounty Hunter has a Jack in the background.

  2. I would totally do the same thing about getting an In-N-Out, except replace Jack in the box with Dunkin Donuts. All. Over.The.Place.
    A maximum of 2 blocks between each of them, it’s crazy. The East Coast loves them some DD.

    1. We used to have a couple of DD here, but it seems no one went to them. Although I have to admit they were at shitty locations. One had limited parking; while the other was next to an adult video store. I always went to the one next to the adult video store.

  3. I think the one on king and kalakaua with the tesoro should be put out of its misery. There’s always a sense of gloom stepping into that one.

    1. That’s the one I always go to. I like that one because it doesn’t take three cars to clog up the drive thru lane like the other two on King Street.

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