WEEK IN REVIEWS – 10/6/2012

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

Until this year, I didn’t know there were Count Chocula, Boo Berry, and Franken Berry products that come in a smaller, shopliftable form. (via The Holidaze)

Pick your throw-up-a-lot-in-your-mouth poison that also sounds like slang for a sexually transmitted disease: pickled bologna or corn smut. (via Dave’s Cupboard and So Good Blog)

If I open a pack of Glee Sugar Free Gum, will a bunch of high schoolers perform a current pop hit, which I can later buy on iTunes for $1.29? (via Candyblog)

Have you ever thought to yourself, “Hey, I’m going to Trader Joe’s and I’m not sure what I want to buy”? Well, here’s some Trader Joe’s porn to help you stimulate your saliva glands. (via An Immovable Feast)

Not only do the British spell “flavor” and “color” differently than we do in the U.S., they also apparently don’t spell “crusher” and “mixer” the way we do. (via Foodstuff Finds)

One thought on “WEEK IN REVIEWS – 10/6/2012

  1. Not just the British, assuming you’re American, it’s most of the English speaking world including mine (Australian) who spell it flavour and colour respectively. It’s the proper English way of spelling it which technically could be argued as being the correct way since the English language was after-all invented by the English and not Americans.

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