(Editorâ€™s Note: Congratulations to Jim from Snooze Button Dreams for winning this monthâ€™s prize drawing for a $15 iTunes Gift Card. Thank you to all of you who participated.
If you didnâ€™t win this time, maybe youâ€™ll have better luck with Aprilâ€™s prize drawing. However, I have to tell you that next monthâ€™s prize is going to suck, compared to the iTunes Gift Card.
Now hereâ€™s todayâ€™s review. Enjoy.)
Iâ€™m not good with things that require knowledge.
For example, the game show Jeopardy. I totally suck at it. If I had to play against Ken Jennings, he would pull me across his lap, pull my pants down, and spank me badly. Also, I honestly believe that Alex Trebekâ€™s old mustache knows waaay more than me.
Then thereâ€™s Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? If Regis Philbin was still hosting, heâ€™d be yelling at me. Not the crazy, happy â€œYou just won $32,000!â€ yelling that he usually does, more like â€œYou are a moron!â€ yelling.
Oh, and letâ€™s not forget The Weakest Link. If I ended up on that show, I would totally be Anne Robinsonâ€™s bitch.
Sure, I could acquire knowledge through such things as books, the Internet, newspapers, magazines, and television, but books are for nerds, the Internet is for porn, newspapers are for lining bird cages, I only pick up magazines for the pictures, and my brain shuts off when watching television.
However, recently I came across Pringles Prints. They look and taste like regular Pringles, except on each chip thereâ€™s a trivia question and its answer printed with blue ink (which doesnâ€™t affect the taste).
Holy crap! I can learn from one of my favorite all-time snacks?
Why couldnâ€™t they have done this for the Russian class I failed in college? Nyet! Nyet! Nyet!
Despite being excited about finding a way to acquire knowledge through Pringles, I was disappointed that I happened to have picked up the Daytona 500 edition of Pringles Prints.
Now, if there was a topic that I wouldnâ€™t want to know anything about, it would be the Daytona 500. No offense to you NASCAR fans out there, but Iâ€™m more of a baseball, college basketball, womenâ€™s figure skating, and womenâ€™s bodybuilding kind-of-guy.
So instead of questions about the Daytona 500, I wish on these Pringles Prints there were questions and answers that many people want to know, like:
1. What is the Gaian Theory?
2. Who are the members of the G-G-G-G-Unit?
3. What happened to Tiffany-Amber Thiessenâ€™s career?
4. Has there been any moment this year that Anna Nicole Smith hasnâ€™t been drunk?
5. Where do babies come from?
Item: Pringles Prints: Daytona 500
Purchase Price: $1.13
Rating: 4 out of 5
Pros: Itâ€™s original Pringles-flavored and you canâ€™t go wrong with that. Perfect for NASCAR fans.
Cons: Questions were on a topic Iâ€™m not interested in learning. Hand got stuck in Pringles can…again. Stupid can!