September is upon us and many of us are going back to college for another semester of higher education and even higher bong hits. For a lot of people, school is an amazing wonderland that enriches the mind with knowledge and experience. If you are one of these people, I despise you — yet long to become you.
My days are mostly spent staring blankly like a grouper fish while my professors tell unfunny jokes. It has already come to the point where they barely register in my melted mind.
Melted is the key word here, as the recent heat wave has made walking around both uncomfortable and embarrassing. As I drag myself into class, I can’t help but think that looking like I’ve just run a marathon in a rubber suit raises some eyebrows. I no longer find it disturbing that I regularly fantasize about destroying the sun and gleefully frolicking amidst an Ice Age utopia.
So it’s strange that one of my new favorite snacks promotes the virtues and value of heat. Indeed, the Blazin’ Buffalo flavor of Goldfish has been both a tasty and satisfying snack whenever I feel the need to crunch on something. I’m probably ten years above the target market, but I can’t resist a snack that actually smiles back at me as I’m eating it.
The flavor appealed to me because I’ve been looking for something to curb my hot wing addiction for quite some time. Since football season is now coming back in full gear, I decided that buying the Goldfish for a little over a buck was a good choice to make for my wallet.
Ordering wings at my favorite place costs $35 for a tub of 50 and isn’t something I can really afford on a regular basis. It had gotten to the point where I had to sell my body for bottles of blue cheese. Actually, it never got that far, but it would make for a funny story.
So does the taste of these lovable crackers actually come close to buffalo wings? Well, sort of. It’s not actually all that spicy, certainly not spicy enough to warrant a “Blazin'” label. Thankfully, it’s also not as salty as the other “Flavor Blasted” varieties that taste as though they’ve been invented for the sole purpose of giving children high blood pressure.
Overall, it’s a tasty snack because it has a decent amount of buffalo wing flavor while still maintaining the addictive qualities of Goldfish crackers. It’s nothing to get too excited about, but at least I can now proudly hum the Goldfish jingle to myself as I’m slowly roasting in a poorly ventilated classroom.
Item: Goldfish Flavor Blasted Blazin’ Buffalo Wing
Purchased at: Target
Rating: 4 out of 5
Pros: Tasty buffalo wing flavor that isn’t overbearing. Great snack for kids, kids-at-heart, and kid lovers. Happily dancing in a frozen tundra.
Cons: Not as spicy as I would like it to be. Eating a children’s snack as a young adult. Sweating a lot more than other people. Prostituting my body for condiments.
13 thoughts to “Goldfish Flavor Blasted Blazin’ Buffalo Wing”
Goldfish are targeted towards kids? I thought they were targeting weed smokers with their commercials. I’m sure those Goldfish commercials are so much better when you’re high on weed.
Yes, they are.
When you are poor and in college and tired of ramen, goldfish are the way to go – they are good for you, too. They are baked and tasty even if you aren’t baked.
These actually sound pretty good. Maybe they’ll come out with a jalepeno version someday.
When I was a poor college student I couldn’t even afford goldfish crackers.
Do they have little sunglasses on them?
“Tasty buffalo wing flavor that isnâ€™t overbearing.”
Umm…did we eat the same flavor of Goldfish??
I’ve never liked Goldfish crackers. They make me feel kind of sick if I eat over a handful or two.
Anyway, I might try these, ’cause I love the flavour of buffalo wings, but don’t really like eating them due to mess, cost, and eating off of a bone has always kind of grossed me out.
I grew up on goldfish, but I must admit I have one issue with the new emerging “styles” of goldfish – the colors. Somehow the blue, green, red, or tie dye colors, just aren’t as appetizing as the traditional (although probably not natural) orange goldfish. Anyone feel me?
those little buffulos with the firey wings on the bag are so cute. i want one.
Marvo – They probably are, but you could say the same thing about pretty much any commercial. Except maybe that Viva Viagra one…ugh…
Nyfeh – Marvo might have a point, Goldfish are almost exclusively eaten by kids and poor people.
Clevegal42 – You should work for their marketing department, that was amazing.
Chuck – According to wikipedia, they actually have jalapeno cheddar in some areas. I wonder if the Goldfish wheres a sombrero in that one.
cybele – They don’t, but I guess you could try using a paring knife on them to achieve a similar look.
littlepurplegeltab – Maybe the taste depends on whether the buffalo are in season.
The Lazy Canadian – Eating off of the bone is half the fun of eating wings! That’s pretty much what you’re paying for, if they could put breast meat on a bone I wouldn’t be in credit card debt right now.
Melonie – I think the Tye Dye Goldfish give further credence to Marvo’s “marketed towards stoners” theory. There is something unsavory about those colors…
nicole – I kind of want one too. I wonder if they’d at least give me a collectible figurine if I sent in enough proof of purchases.
hm tiny little fish that taste like buffalo chicken wings…wow. i dont believe it.
Your BIGGEST fan (of buffalo wings that is)
buy me some
Pizza flavor has been and still is the best.
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